Started by Lutagar, April 22, 2013, 05:15:20 PM
Quote from: jigglypuffs on May 09, 2013, 07:44:21 AMCMUD. It was hugely popular with the first MUD I really played, although I'm not sure I'd recommend buying it now as it hasn't been updated in over two years now and the guy officially abandoned the project. It supports the infobar (although there's a huge problem with it that I can't get around) and has a nice mapper.Looking forward to switching to Mudlet or TinTin++ at some point.
Quote from: chrisdcoulombe on May 15, 2013, 02:19:28 AMI have a question. Is there a way in Cmud to not refresh the page when my command line goes over one line?Oh and google docs are awesome.
Quote from: Jozhole on May 15, 2013, 09:13:04 AMI wish they would implement a multi line command line like mushclient has. Though that is about the only thing I like about mushclient
Quote from: hatchets on April 23, 2013, 12:27:06 AMI use AL Client. It can be downloaded for free from www.ashavar.com It was a mud game at some point, that I dabbled with a bit but loved their client. The client is pretty simple and allows you to ultimately customize most things about it as you learn to work with it. I have used it since... sometimes in the 90' it feels like forever now.
Quote from: Jozhole on May 15, 2013, 09:13:04 AMYou can turn off word wrap for the command prompt by going into options,general,user interface,command line and uncheck word wrap command line. It's not a perfect solution. I wish they would implement a multi line command line like mushclient has. Though that is about the only thing I like about mushclient
Quote from: Refugee on May 14, 2013, 02:13:45 PMThe absolute best thing about cMUD and zMUD is the ability to split the screen quickly with a touch of the mouse wheel, and freeze what just happened so you have time to read it while the live stream is still feeding in the lower pane. This is incredibly useful in large scale combats. Love this.I don't use the automapper anymore, I prefer going through logs and mapping on Excel, a terribly time-consuming method but I like what I end up with, with all my notes and a nice big map riding in another window beside my client, with color-coded cells etc.I don't use most of the capabilities of zMUD but I can't imagine playing with anything else after all these years. It's very good stuff.
Quote from: Barsook on May 15, 2013, 02:36:32 PMDoesn't Mudlet have it that?
Quote from: Lutagar on April 22, 2013, 05:15:20 PMWhat mud clients to you guys use?Is there one inparticular that's easy to alias spells for?
alias wek gith
alias mon templar
alias * * *
cast '%1 %2 element sphere mood' %3
alias nil wek gith
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