MUSHclient output window
- Holds up to 500,000 previous lines in memory for each open world
- Fast scrolling back and forwards using keyboard or mouse
- Copy from output window for pasting into command window or elsewhere
- Can be paused to review messages without them scrolling out of view
- Supports user-chosen font (per world)
- Supports user-chosen palette of colours (per world)
- Recognises ANSI colours, hilight, inverse
- Recognises Telnet escape sequences
- Multiple windows can be open per world, so that you can be viewing different
parts of MUSH output at the same time
- Automatic line wrapping at end of line so words are not chopped into two
- Pages, whispers, chats and mail notification messages can be displayed in a
different colour to make them stand out
- Status line shows name of active MUSH, when input was last received, number
of lines received and other useful things
- Tool bar provides access to common functions (logging, wrapping, North, South
etc., cut, paste, and so on)
- Status line and tool bar can be optionally hidden
- You can right-mouse click to bring up a context menu of useful commands.
- The buffer-handling of the saved lines in the output window has been designed
for high speed, even with thousands of lines of data.
- You can "paste to the world". This allows you to send text from the clipboard
to the world directly (including a user-specified line preamble and postamble).
For example, you could paste in an interesting quote, with "say " in front
of each line.
- You can use a "find" command to search the output window for text you specify.
- You can save the "selection" to disk as a text file.
- Each line is time-stamped as it arrives, thus you can find when it arrived
by just moving the mouse over it (see picture below).
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Page updated on Tuesday, 6 December 2005