TinTin++ Mud Client Manual
Config
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Syntax: #config {option} {argument}
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When TinTin++ starts up it will generate a config file, it can be modified with the config command. Typing config without an argument will show the current configuration, and these can be written to file with the #write command.
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The following configuration options are not enabled by default:
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#config {CHILD LOCK} {ON|OFF}
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This option disables all user issued tintin commands. Scripts will continue to work. Useful for MUDs who want to locally run a tintin setup for people to use.
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#config {CONVERT META} {ON|OFF}
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This options makes metacharacters visible, both for keyboard input and server output. It's useful for debugging, creating macros, and creating color triggers.
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#config {DEBUG TELNET} {ON|OFF}
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This option will display most telnet negotiations. Useful when creating telnet events.
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#config {INHERITANCE} {ON|OFF}
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When set to OFF triggers won't be inherited from the startup session. Config settings will still be inherited.
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#config {LOG LEVEL} {LOW|HIGH}
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The low setting logs mud output before triggers, the default is high.
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#config {MCCP} {ON|OFF}
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This option is enabled by default, and can be used to turn off MCCP support. Useful for MUDs with broken MCCP support.
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The following configuration options require further explanation:
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#config {CHARSET} {AUTO|ASCII|BIG-5|FANSI|UTF-8|BIG2UTF|KOI2UTF}
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This option allows setting various character set modes. BIG2UTF and KOI2UTF require for UTF-8 to be enabled locally and will translate input and output to the right character set.
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#config {COLOR PATCH} {ON|OFF}
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This option fixes color code usage in split mode on some muds, most notably Achaea. It's off by default and is likely to impact color triggers when enabled.
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#config {PACKET PATCH} {ON|OFF}
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If your MUD does not use MCCP, setting packet patch to a value between 0.5 and 1.0 will help with broken packets. If this causes a small delay before your prompt is displayed you can fix this by using #split and using the #prompt command to place your prompt on the split line. Some MUDs allow enabling EOR or GA, which will get rid of the delay as well.
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