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Terminal Information

The Nightmare Mudlib supports several different sets of escape sequences for maximum compatibility with the various terminal emulations out there. Most terminal emulations (vt100) for example either use the full ansi escape sequences or the sequences for bolding.

SWmud supports the following escape sequence protocols:

(this is default, for non-color terminals)

Use the setenv command to set your terminal protocol. You can check your current setting with term_settings.

Check color to see how to say things in color.

NOTE: Many mud clients use escape sequences, and therefore may become confused by certain terminal types. The unknown setting has no additional sequences that may confuse the client but also has no color.

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