TinTin++ Mud Client Manual
Cursor
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Syntax: #cursor {option}
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Typing #cursor without an option will show all available cursor options. The cursor command's primarly goal is adding customizable input editing with macros.
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Example: #macro {\e\e[3~} {#cursor clear right}
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When pressing alt-delete all input right from the cursor is cleared, which by default is set to ctrl-k.
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See also: Alias, History, Keypad, Macro, Speedwalk and Tab.
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