TinTin++ Mud Client Manual

Command: #tab {word}

         Adds a word to the tab completion list, alphabetically sorted.

         If no tabs are defined tintin will use the scrollback buffer for auto
         tab completion.

         Tabbing behavior can be modified with the #cursor tab command which
         by default is bound to the tab key.

Example: #macro \t #cursor tab list scrollback caseless forward

Comment: You can remove a tab with the #untab command.

Related: alias, cursor, history, keypad, macro and speedwalk.