Syntax: <setenv [variable] [value]>
Sets environment variables which customize the way the game appears to you. You may set the following values:
PROMPT Sets the string displayed for your prompt ('help prompt', default: > )
SCREENLOCK Prevents automatic SCREEN detection
LINES sets how many lines appear for paged information (like the who command) (default: 20)
NEWS sets how news is displayed at login, 0 or on means show full news. brief, just say weather news has been updated. off, disable news. (default:0 or on)
MSDP Enables or disables Mud Server Data Protocol for sending variables to client
LINESLOCK Prevents automatic LINES detection
ERROR_MESSAGES sets which error messages you see for a typo. 0 (default) is the default 'What?', 1 is a normal type of random error message, 2 is for a silly type of random error message.
TERMLOCK Prevents automatic TERM detection
MSP Enables or disables Mud Sound Protocol for playing sound and music effects if supported in client
ENCODEMXP Force encode of all greater than, less than, and ampersand characters into MXP entities,Mudlet clients assume this is on unless you explicitly set to off
SCREEN sets how wide your screen is so that information coming to you automatically gets wrapped to fit your screen width (default: 75)
MORE Allows you to disable or enable the MORE filter
MORELOCK Prevents automatic MORE detection
POST_PROMPT_LINE Prefixes a newline to the next message you get after a prompt
KEEPALIVE If non-zero the mud sends telnet 'IAC NOP' after KEEPALIVE seconds without sending text. Hopefully this will reduce linkdeath for some people. Set to 0 to disable.
ROOMNUM Display the rooms unquie number to the left of the room name
TERM sets what set of instructions your terminal needs to be in colour (see help terminal) (default: unknown)
TZONE Sets what time zone you are in for conversion of real world times into your time zone (default: US/Pacific) see help timezones for list
COMBAT Disable idle combat messages (on|off, default=on) WARNING! this may cause you to miss your healing and could cause you to die in combat easier, use at own risk
MSG_CLASS_MODE If 0 display things normally. Add 1 to print colour codes literally, add 2 to turn off mud terminal SCREEN wrapping (SCREEN is still used to calculate widths in places) You may also add either 4 OR 8, both of which print the message class in a different manner.
See also: prompt, timezones
04:37, Shadowday, Praxi 16, 165 AD.