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Old 03-26-2006, 07:40 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by (Mabus @ Mar. 27 2006,05:12)
I have to admit I was quite surprised to find that I was not alone. My MUDding friends lauigh at me when I tell them I use GMud.

Still a GMud user. Haven't had to change for years. I have several clients on my computer but nothing matches the simplicity of GMud for me.

Only problem I have ever had with it is trying to copy text from the screen.

I would love to get a copy of the source and an "OK" to modify it. Been wanting to add numpad directional support and more trigger button support. Love to add an additional window and MSP/MXP support.

So "Three cheers for Daniel Kelly!" from me for a useful, simple and free client.
I'd have to say that you should really consider donclient - I have tried hard to keep it as simple as possible, while still allowing for numpad directions trigger buttons additional windows and soon MSP. MXP will take a little bit longer because of deciding how to integrate it with the trigger system - but it will come too.

The most important thing to know is that if you want simple triggers - then you choose type trigger - if you want simple aliases - you choose type alias when creating a trigger or alias respectively.

With power you have to have a little more complexity but I'm always working to try and minimise that. Any suggestions on how to make it easier to use without sacrificing flexability, I'm always interested.
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Old 03-27-2006, 12:38 AM   #22
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Hmm... I'm not gonna go in a big rant about whhy i use what i use, and why everyone else should use it. But for what I need, and use, Portal seems to be pretty easy for me. Free, and fairly easy to use, it's just what I prefer to use.

Also, just for another name to the list. I'm not sure how popular it is, but I know quite a few people who use ROAclient as well. I didn't like it, due to it doesn't echo your commands so you can see what you typed, but asides from that, it's good

http://www.gameaxle.com/ - Portal
http://rhoneware.com/RoAClient - ROA Client
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Old 03-27-2006, 02:24 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by (gth @ Mar. 26 2006,17:53)
For the sake of adding a new name to the list, what about puTTy? Still hosted on the author's original homepage, still fits on a diskette (school, anyone?), and ssh support too, if you want -
right on, yeah I swear by puTTy for ssh, and it's a great terminal program and all, but when you say client....I think that assumes it has a bit more features that simple I/O. I'll putty to a unix server then use tintin or tf.
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Old 03-27-2006, 06:41 AM   #24
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I use the tinyfugue MUD client to satisfy my Linux terminal fetish.

Graphics are for nancies.


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