TinTin++ Mud Client Manual
Message
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Syntax: #message {listname} {argument}
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Without an argument message will show the lists you can toggle. If no argument is given it will toggle the specified list flag. You can more specificly change the message flag using ON or OFF as the argument.
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Example: #message variable off
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Once executed variables will no longer create a message when they are created or removed. Keep in mind that messages are only displayed when manually entering commands or when commands are executed as verbose.
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#config {verbose} {on} will cause messages generated while reading in a script file with #read to be displayed.
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#line {verbose} {argument} will cause the argument to be executed in verbose mode, all messages are displayed.
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#line {quiet} {argument} will cause the argument to be executed in quiet mode, no messages will be displayed.
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See also: Class, Debug, Ignore, Info and Kill.
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