TinTin++ Mud Client Manual
         EVENT

Command: #event {event type} {commands}

         Events allow you to create triggers for predetermined client events.

         Use #event without an argument to see a list of possible events with
         a brief description. Use #event %* to see the current list of defined
         events. Use #info {events} {on} to see events get thrown.

         Events, like triggers in general, are case sensitive and event names
         must be defined using all upper case letters. Only one event can be
         defined for each event type.

         To enable mouse events use #config mouse_tracking on, to see mouse
         events use #config mouse_tracking info.

         CATCH EVENTS

         CATCH <EVENT>
           Some events can be prefixed with CATCH to interrupt default
           behavior.

         CLASS EVENTS

         CLASS ACTIVATED [CLASS],  CLASS_CLEAR [CLASS],  CLASS CREATED [CLASS],
         CLASS DEACTIVATED [CLASS],  CLASS DESTROYED [CLASS],
         CLASS_LOAD [CLASS]
           %0 class name

         GAG EVENTS

         GAG <EVENT>
           Some events can be prefixed with GAG to gag default system
           messages.

         INPUT EVENTS

         EDIT STARTED, EDIT FINISHED
           %0 name  %1 lines %2 size %3 data

         RECEIVED KEYPRESS, PROCESSED KEYPRESS
           %0 character  %1 unicode index  %2 edit row  %3 edit column

         RECEIVED INPUT [NAME]
           %0 raw text

         SEND OUTPUT            %0 raw text %1 size
         SENT OUTPUT            %0 raw text %1 size

         MAP EVENTS

         END OF PATH,  END OF RUN, MAP UPDATED VTMAP
           These events have no additional arguments.

         MAP CREATE EXIT, MAP DELETE EXIT
           %0 vnum  %1 exit name  %2 exit cmd  %3 exit vnum

         MAP CREATE ROOM, MAP DELETE ROOM
           %0 vnum  %1 name

         MAP ENTER MAP, MAP EXIT MAP
           %0 vnum

         MAP ENTER ROOM [VNUM]
           %0 new vnum  %1 old vnum %2 direction

         MAP EXIT ROOM [VNUM]
           %0 old vnum  %1 new vnum %2 direction

         MAP FOLLOW MAP
           %0 old vnum  %1 new vnum  %2 exit name

         MAP REGION <MOUSE>, MAP ROOM <MOUSE>
           %0 row  %1 col  %2 -row  %3 -col  %5 vnum  %6 info

         MOUSE EVENTS

         DOUBLE-CLICKED <MOUSE> %0 row %1 col %2 -row %3 -col %4 word %5 line
         LONG-CLICKED <MOUSE>   %0 row %1 col %2 -row %3 -col %4 word %5 line
         MOVED <MOUSE>          %0 row %1 col %2 -row %3 -col %4 word %5 line
         PRESSED <MOUSE>        %0 row %1 col %2 -row %3 -col %4 word %5 line
         SHORT-CLICKED <MOUSE>  %0 row %1 col %2 -row %3 -col %4 word %5 line
         RELEASED <MOUSE>       %0 row %1 col %2 -row %3 -col %4 word %5 line
         SCROLLED <MOUSE>       %0 row %1 col %2 -row %3 -col %4 word %5 line
         TRIPLE-CLICKED <MOUSE> %0 row %1 col %2 -row %3 -col %4 word %5 line

         MAP <MOUSE EVENT>
           Mouse events can be prefixed with MAP to only trigger when the mouse
           event occurs inside the VT100 map region.


         SWIPED [DIR]
           %0 dir  %1 button  %2 row  %3 col  %4 -row  %5 -col
                              %6 row  %7 col  %8 -row  %9 -col %10 rows %11 cols

         OUTPUT EVENTS

         BUFFER UPDATE,  DISPLAY UPDATE
           These events have no additional arguments.

         RECEIVED LINE          %0 raw text %1 plain text
         RECEIVED OUTPUT        %0 raw text
         RECEIVED PROMPT        %0 raw text %1 plain text

         PORT EVENTS

         CHAT MESSAGE,  PORT MESSAGE
           %0 raw text  %1 plain text

         PORT CONNECTION        %0 name %1 ip %2 port
         PORT DISCONNECTION     %0 name %1 ip %2 port
         PORT LOG MESSAGE       %0 name %1 ip %2 port %3 data %4 plain data
         PORT RECEIVED MESSAGE  %0 name %1 ip %2 port %3 data %4 plain data

         SCAN EVENTS

         SCAN CSV HEADER        %0 all args %1 arg1 %2 arg2 .. %99 arg99
         SCAN CSV LINE          %0 all args %1 arg1 %2 arg3 .. %99 arg99
         SCAN TSV HEADER        %0 all args %1 arg1 %2 arg3 .. %99 arg99
         SCAN TSV LINE          %0 all args %1 arg1 %2 arg3 .. %99 arg99

         SCREEN EVENTS

         SCREEN FOCUS
           %0 focus (0 or 1)

         SCREEN LOCATION        %0 rows %1 cols  %2 height %3 width

         SCREEN MOUSE LOCATION
           %0 row  %1 col  %2 -row  %3 -col  %4 pix row  %5 pix col
           %6 -pix row  %7 -pix col  %8 location

         SCREEN RESIZE          %0 rows %1 cols %2 height %3 width
         SCREEN SPLIT           %0 top row %1 top col %2 bot row %3 bot col
         SCREEN UNSPLIT         %0 top row %1 top col %2 bot row %3 bot col

         SESSION EVENTS

         SESSION ACTIVATED      %0 name
         SESSION CONNECTED      %0 name %1 host %2 ip %3 port
         SESSION CREATED        %0 name %1 host %2 ip %3 port
         SESSION DEACTIVATED    %0 name
         SESSION DISCONNECTED   %0 name %1 host %2 ip %3 port
         SESSION TIMED OUT      %0 name %1 host %2 ip %3 port


         SYSTEM EVENTS

         DAEMON ATTACHED        %0 file %1 pid
         DAEMON DETACHED        %0 file %1 pid
         PROGRAM START          %0 startup arguments
         PROGRAM TERMINATION    %0 goodbye message

         READ ERROR             %0 filename %1 error message
         READ FILE              %0 filename
         WRITE ERROR            %0 filename %1 error message
         WRITE FILE             %0 filename

         SYSTEM CRASH           %0 message
         SYSTEM ERROR           %0 name %1 system msg %2 error %3 error msg
         UNKNOWN COMMAND        %0 raw text
         SIGUSR                 %0 signal

         TELNET EVENTS

         IAC <EVENT>
           IAC TELNET events are made visable using #config telnet info.

         IAC SB GMCP [MODULE]   %0 module    %1 data  %2 plain data
         IAC SB MSSP            %0 variable  %1 data
         IAC SB MSDP            %0 variable  %1 data  %2 plain data
         IAC SB MSDP [VAR]      %0 variable  %1 data  %2 plain data
         IAC SB NEW-ENVIRON     %0 variable  %1 data  %2 plain data
         IAC SB ZMP <VAR>       %0 variable  %1 data
         IAC SB <VAR>           %0 variable  %1 raw data  %2 plain data

         TIME EVENTS

         DATE <MONTH-DAY OF MONTH> [HOUR:MINUTE], DAY [DAY OF MONTH],
         HOUR [HOUR], MONTH [DAY OF MONTH], TIME <HOUR:MINUTE>[:SECOND],
         WEEK [DAY OF WEEK], YEAR [YEAR]
           %0 year  %1 month  %2 day of week  %3 day of month  %4 hour
           %5 minute  %6 second

         VARIABLE EVENTS

         VARIABLE UPDATE <VAR>  %0 name %1 new value %2 path
         VARIABLE UPDATED <VAR> %0 name %1 new value %2 path

         VT100 EVENTS

         VT100 SCROLL REGION    %0 top row %1 bot row %2 rows %3 cols %4 wrap

         To see all events trigger use #event info on. Since this can get
         rather spammy it's possible to gag event info messages.

Example: #event {SESSION CONNECTED} {#read mychar.tin}

Comment: You can remove an event with the #unevent command.

Related: button, delay and ticker.