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I added this page in hopes that we could share our links to various clients.

For a while, I was using MudMaster 2000, and before that I was working with a cracked version of ZMud that I had 'shared' from the net. I got rid of ZMud because 'sharing' is bad, m'kay. Currently, I am using MUSHClient. I haven't registered it, so I still have the free version and it's annoyingly slow start-up screen. Other than that, it has all of the features I like. I can set up timers and triggers, and these can be multi-line, which is very useful when outfitting a squire and giving him a series of commands over time. It also has the capacity to store everything from OOC onto a separate window, which makes it much easier to scroll back and check the conversations going on without any combat spam--Bladestorm 15:06, 28 March 2008 (EDT)

I've been using PuTTY and it's pretty good considering it's free, but I'm kind of looking for something else. -Zyll

I use SecureCRT. —Chaos 14:35, 28 March 2008 (EDT)

I use Cmud here [Cmud] (basically the windows update to Zmud -- you can get Zmud instead of that if you really care, same developer). It actually does a couple things I don't care for at all. You can't use go commands most of the time ('go 20 north' just errors); haven't been able to figure out what's going on there. I also have this odd problem where in larger scrolling output (like trying to 'skills' or maybe 'help rune summary') it'll turn the output to italics, and you have to empty your scrollback to see it normally again. This would be with 'default' settings on XP. Other than that it's a pretty solid client. --Ryal 19:52, 28 March 2008 (EDT)

I use ZMud 7.04 and am mostly happy with it. No serious errors or problems. --Kilelen 22:53, 29 March 2008 (EDT)

I use Wintin .Net 2.10 -- I used to use tintin++ on a Solaris system via PuTTY, and this is just a port of tintin++ over to .Net on Windows, and uses PuTTY as the terminal emulation, so it's a nice all in one version. Highly recommended.

--Nirnaeth 00:28, 30 March 2008 (EDT)

I am currently using KMuddy to great results under Ubuntu/GNOME. It's fast and lightweight while retaining a full feature list of aliases, triggers, macros, etc. KMuddy homepageErebus TinyFugue

Here is a tinyfuge hack to put the vitals in the tf status bar instead of on the main screen.


/def setstatus= /let statline=%*%; /set userstat_$[textencode(world_info())]=%{statline}%; /if ( fg_world() =~ ${world_name} ) /set userstat 0%; /endif

/def -p1 -agG -mregexp -q -t"^\[ Spirit" statline_lostsouls= /eval /setstatus $[strcat({P1},{*})]


NOTE: This should be two lines, each line starting with a /def tag NOTE: Needs to be fixed to work when decimals show up in stat numbers.

--Deomer 18 June 2008


I use Mudlet for Mac OS X. It runs nicely, but I have no idea how to get advanced stuff going. I'll try to figure it out and then post on here (or create a new page).

--Adogah 10 July 2011

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