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How to set aliases triggers or macros in MushClient

 

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Knowing how to set aliases, triggers or macros for your preferred MUD is important in making your playing experience enjoyable. This will teach you the basics you need to know for MushClient.

  Aliases

  We'll start with aliases. To add a new alias, go to game->configure->aliases or use the shortcut Shift+Ctrl+9.


Muhclient - aliases

  Here, click the add button. First of all, choose the actual alias for the commands you want to be executed. This is what you will type instead of the actual list of commands. For example, if you have an attack that consists of three commands, you can use the alias "att *" to replace the actual commands.

  You can use wildcards to put variable information in your alias. An wildcard is represented by a "*" in your alias. In our example, "*" replaces the name of the target of the attack. You can, of course, use more than one wildcard if you need to.

  In the send box, put the commands you want to send when you use the alias. To get the information from the wildcards, use "%1" for the first wildcard, "%2" for the second  and so on:

Edit alias

  In this example, typing "att jack" will send:

  kick jack
  punch jack
  punch jack

  It's also a good idea to choose a label and group your aliases, so it will be easier for you to keep track of them.

  This is the easiest thing you can do with your aliases. If you need more complex things, you should know that MushClient also offers you the possibility to send commands to your command line instead of sending them directly to the mud, or you can choose to send commands to your script, which allows you to run small scripts using an alias. These and other options can be chosen from the Send To field in the Edit Alias box.

  Also, if you have a script file with functions in it and you want one of these functions to be executed when you use the alias, you only need to write the name of the function in the script box at the bottom of the window. The function should have three arguments, and the values that will be passed are: name of the alias, matching line, an array of 10 wildcards.

  Triggers

  To configure triggers, go to game->configure->triggers or use the shortcut Shift+Ctrl+8.

  Click the Add button and you will be taken to the Edit Trigger window. Here, first choose the line you want to be triggered. You can also set the trigger to only fire on a line of a specific color.

  In the send field, choose any commands you want to be sent when you receive the line. For example, maybe, when you receive the wake up message from your MUD, you want to stand up immediately:


   Edit trigger


  Normally, you should leave the Send To field alone, but if you need to do more complex things when a trigger fires, like running a small script or modifying a variable, you can use the drop down menu to choose where you want to send your commands. Or, if you want to run a function from your script file, write its name in the script box at the bottom, but remember that it should have three arguments.

  You can choose to modify the color of the matching line, so it catches your attention, by using the change color and style drop-down menu. Choose a label and a group for your trigger and you are done.

  Macros

  To add a macro, go to game->configure->macros or use Shift+Ctrl+2.

  Unfortunately, you can't define a macro combination, you must choose one from the list of key combinations available. After you choose one, write in the send field the text you want to send.

Edit macro

  You have three options where you want to send the text. Send it directly to the mud(send now), replace what you have written in your command line(replace) or append it to the text in your command line(insert). The easiest way to get used to them, just try them. Also, if you choose the send now option, you should know that it will be first checked against your aliases and then sent to the mud. So, if you have the commands already under an alias, you don't have to write all of them again, just write the name of the alias.

  Configuring your NumPad

  You can also configure your NumPad to send commands when one of the numeric keypad keys is pressed. To do this, go to game->configure->keypad or press Ctrl+Shift+1.

Choose what commands to send for each key.

Configure NumPad

  Again, you can use already configured aliases in the send field to send multiple commands or if you need to run scripts. For the keypad to work, you should have NumLock turned on.

  Related articles:

  Getting started with MushClient



Posted by: Quarc on March 5, 2006 at 04:34.
 

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