|01-05-2004, 07:42 AM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2002
This isn't necessarily a newbie question per se, but it seemed to fit better here than in any of the other forums. A few years ago I used to use a client that I foolishly deleted it when I was pressed for hard drive space, and now I am feeling nostalgic and I'd like to look at it again. Here are the features I remember:
*It ran in Windows 3.1
*It did not support ANSI color
*The numeric keep pad acted as one button direction keys. For example instead of having to type "w" and "enter" you could just hit "4" on the numeric key pad.
*It did not have a GUI interface. No buttons, just drop down menus.
*It was small, it ran on a 386 with just 4 MB of RAM. It was small enough to run off a floppy disk.
*It was written sometime in the early 1990s.
Sound familiar? Searching for mud clients doesn't bring up anything that looks right, but I'm sure if I knew the name I could find a copy floating around somewhere. Nothing ever really disappears on the internet.
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