What do all the Windows XP users use to access Sindome, client wise? I have an older version of ZMud... but it won't run in XP.
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|j||Johnny||9h||New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.|
|j||Kwisatz||16h||Definitely not a GM.|
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Pueblo is the shit, and what I run on my desktops, but for some reason that angers/confuses me to no end, it doesn't work on my laptop, so I use mushclient on that. It's O.K. but In my opinion pretty much anything beyond Pueblo is a waste since most of the extras are illegal/twinkish anyway. Not to mention the fact that pueblo is disgustingly straightforward.
uhm, fresh and tastey downloads?
Damned, no HTML support.
er.. nevermind... MAGICAL BGBB GOODNESS
(Edited by Bias at 11:53 am on Aug. 9, 2004)
I use Vmoo as well. Used to use SimpleMU. When I first started playing SD I ran Pueblo.. but for some really bizarre reason it always seems to get worse and worse each time you run it, eventually leading to the crash of the client software, or even your computer.
Well, at least that's what happened to me. And a few others I've talked to about it..
Meh.. yes, I'm late in posting a reply.. I'm just.. bored and browsing.
I know this is an old post, but I am interested in clients and I'm looking to broaden my understanding of them.
I use a client called tk-MOO (http://www.awns.com/tkMOO-light/), and it has worked well for me on XP. It is also available for Unix and Mac as well. On OSX, though, I have been using telnet via the Terminal (set up with colors/fonts the way I want them and ANSI on), which works fine, except there is no seperate window for input.
I will try out vMOO, since it has gotten such rave reviews here.
Since I work only from a MAC environment, and do not run even that filthy virtual PC on my computer. (At home my machine is too old, at work my machine is too not-mine.) I use one of two:
Savitar (mentioned above by Bias)
Cantrip which is a fine client on MAC OS-X, and has been recently updated. It seems to be regularly worked on, which is a unique thing in the M** client world periond. You can find it at: http://www.solidsun.com/cm/