It worked for casual MUCKing without a real keyboard. Decent dumb terminal. Gestures are intuitive and include history and real vertical scrolling... and that's it. Font in server output is small enough to get plenty on screen and large enough to be readable. Font in editor is larger, suitable for finger pointing. Hold menu on server text doesn't seem to offer regular text copy, but with logging turned on that isn't so important. Some sort of "activity since last foreground" notification would be nice, as would autoscroll to the VERY bottom when switching in. Scrolling the cursor right required finagling.
Mukluk not Telnet compliant Those gremlin characters of gibberish you see in Mukluk when connecting or handshaking with a mu* are due to Mukluk ignoring Telnet RFC 854.and never responds to the IAC character properly. This is why other clients, even PuTTY, work better.
Connected well and was generally good (UI, etc.) but it was a real problem when only some of the text was being shown. Also didn't seem to pick up when I would input text sometimes, so 3 star for now. I'm trying to play the Discworld MUD specifically using port 4242 if that helps diagnose at all...
No frills, no nonsense. Simple, easy to use but not very heavily featured, it focuses rightly on just making things work. Because of this, it's stable and reliable. I really commend the creator for such a simple but easy to use Mud client. Bravo.
Works well, buuut... I do a lot of stuff on MUSHes and the like, and I have to write long chunks of text. This has proven to be impossible. It's just too easy for me to accidentally slip and tap a cursor key, and then it goes to a previous command.. and the paragraph I just wrote? Gone forever. No way of getting it back. The text entry box is a single line, so I cannot see what I just typed, and editing is a hideous pain because I have to do things to scroll around and then.. oops! Gone forever! I see no way of expanding it. I am looking for a client with a better ability to edit the text I am trying to type now, because this client just is not working for my needs.
Wondering if there's any functionality for ignore or gag commands? Otherwise, it's just about perfect. :)
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