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Chat Commands
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There are many commands which specifically relate to MudMaster chat. Most people will use only a few:

  • /chatname to set what others on see you as
  • /call to call someone else to establish a chat
  • /chat, /chata /emote /ematea to send some text to others you are connected to
  • /unchat to disconnect a chat connection

Here is a complete list of commands related to MudMaster chat.

 autoaccept

 autoserve  call  cg 
 chat chatall chatback chatcommands
 chatfore chatgroup chatgroupremove chatgroupset
 chatignore chatname chatprivate  chatport
 chatserve chatsnoop  chattransfers chatversions
 dnd  downloadpath eg emote
 emoteall emotegroup filecancel  filestatus
 peekconnections ping requestconnects sendaction
 sendalias sendarray sendbaritem sendevent
 sendfile sendgag sendgroup sendhighlight
 sendlist sendmacro sendsubstitutesendvariable 
 snoop startchatserver stopchatserverunchat
  uploadpath chatExcludeServe  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Call 

Format: /call {address} {port}

Call establishes a link with another user using Mud Master. Once you are connected with another user you can chat, transfer commands and transfer files. The number of people you can be connected to at one time is limited only by the number of socket connections windows will let you have.

  • {address} The address of the person you wish to call. This can be either
    a named address or an IP address.
  • {port} The port is optional. If you don't specify a port number MudMaster will use a default of 4050.

Example: /call {joe.hopto.org}{4099}

 


Chatname

Format: /chatname {name}

Sets your chat name. You must set a chat name before you can make any chat calls.

   {name} The name you wish to be known by.


Chatall

Format: /chatall {text}

Sends text to all of your chat connections.

   {text} The text to send.


Emoteall

Format: /emoteall {text}

Sends an emote to all of your chat connections.

  {text} The text to send.


Unchat

Format: /unchat {reference number}
Format: /unchat {chat name}

UnChat hangs up a chat connection.

{reference number} The number of the chat connection you want to hang up on. 
{chat name} The name of the chat connection you want to hang up on.


Chatprivate

Format: /chatprivate {reference number}
Format: /chatprivate {chat name}

ChatPrivate toggles the Private flag of a chat connection. Private connections are not returned when somebody requests your connections.

{reference number} The number of the chat connection you want to change. 
{chat name} The name of the chat connection you want to change.


Chatserve

Format: /chatserve {reference number}
Format: /chatserve {chat name}

ChatServe toggles the Serve flag of a chat connection. When you serve a chat connection any /chatalls from that person are sent out to all of your other connections. Likewise, when text comes in from any of your other connections, it is sent to anybody being served. This would allow two people who are both firewalled to still communicate with each other as long as they connected with another person who can connect to the both of them.

{reference number} The number of the chat connection you want to change. 
{chat name} The name of the chat connection you want to change.

ChatExcludeServe 

Format :/chatExcludeServe {chatname or number}

Defaults to false which means not excluded. When you  want to set a chat connection so it will not be sent "chat to everyones" received from chat connections you are serving you set their ExcludeServe to true.


Chat

Format: /chat
Format: /chat {chat name} {text}
Format: /chat {reference number} {text}

Chat has two purposes. Without parameters it lists all the chat connections
you currently have. It is also used to chat privately with another user.

  • {chat name} The chat name of the person you want to send some text to.
  • {reference number} The number of the person you want to send some text to. The number is from the list of chat connections.
  • {text} The text to send.

/chat
Displays all the chat connections you have.  Like this:

# Chat Connections:
     Name                 Address         Port  Group           Flags
     ==================== =============== ===== =============== ======
001: bosozoku             10.17.28.22     4050  Uninitialized         
002: arithon              142.7.128.22    4050  Uninitialized    P 
Flags:  A - Allow Commands, F - Firewall, I - Ignore,  P - Private
n - Allow Snooping  N - Being Snooped,  S - Serving, T - Allows File Transfers

/chat bosozoku Heya Boso!
Sends a private chat of "Heya Boso!" to Bosozoku.

/chat 1 Hi.
Sends a private chat of "Hi." to the first connection in your chat list.