chat - talk to other players
- chat <message>
- chat <command>: NB! Note the colon!
- chat <command>:<message>
<command> should be substituted by one of
- msg - prints 'message' to a channel. (default action)
- emote - a slightly different format (guess in what way :)
- join - selects a channel as default output channel. If no message, silent entry.
- topic - changes topic of a channel to 'message'. If 'message' is "delete", the channel will be closed.
- name - changes the name which is used as an alias to the number.
- on - you'll receive messages from the channel. 'message' is sent to the channel as a greeting.
- off - you turn off messages from the channel. 'message' as above
- list - list the channels
- who - lists the listeners to a channel
- level - participants on channel must be at least of level 'message'
- feeling - perform the feeling <message> on the specified channel.
You can specify the channel as part of the command, ie. "chat topic 20:" will operate on channel 20, and "chat off 2:" will turn off channel 2. If no such channel is given, the commands will operate on the default output channel. "chat" alone will tell you which that is.
A channel must have a topic to be regarded active.
chat emote chat:does the disco duck.
chat Amiga:Got any new demos lately?
chat join Amiga:
chat off chat:
chat off shout:I'm sick and tired of your 'claims'!
chat feeling love:snuggle cindy
View various settings.
- (1) view channels
- (2) view who [on <channel>]
1. Lists the currently available channels. The format is: Number, name, an '*' if you're listening, an '!' if it's deactivated, the topic, the level you must be to listen, and the level you must be to speak.
2. Lists who's listening to the specified channel, or your current one.
Turn dials and knobs to customise your environment
- (1) turn on <channel>
- (2) turn off <channel>
1. You will now listen to activity on the specified channel.
2. You will now ignore messages on the specified channel.