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Author Batch file (.bat) I made to log sessions. Telnet required.
Miek
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Joined: Aug 29, 2006
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Posted: 23-11-2016 07:34   
Hopefully this is useful for someone.
It logs all your telnet sessions into a .txt file.

Step 1
Replace the directory (G:gaming.. etc) with directories on your computer, and just create blank files MUDLOGS.append and MUDLOGS.txt in that directory.

Step 2
Save the below quote as a ".bat" file, call it whatever, and just load the .bat file to play MUD and you will now have a dated .txt file to keep track of your resets.

**You need the telnet application to do this.
**It won't show your last log until you start a new session.


*edit: SORRY you will have to type it out unless someone tells me how to stop forum taking offense to typing links?

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Havoc
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Joined: Feb 16, 2003
Posts: 327
From: portland, oregon, usa
Posted: 19-12-2016 06:37   
Wow. Do people not use proper clients to play with!?
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Miek
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Posted: 19-12-2016 21:23   
I haven't tried a proper client in a while! Does the FES command briefly override a typed command?

For example if I was to type FLEE and a FES was due; wouldn't my flee then be the 2nd command in the queue? If it is, its less than a fraction of a second anyway. Isn't it?

I might fire up a few clients this week and see if I do better with them

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