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MUTT(tm) Mutli-User Trivial Terminal - Copyright © 1995 Robert M. Free - All rights reserved
MUTT(tm) and MUTTER(tm) are trademarks of Robert M. Free
MUTT(tm) is a Winsock-based MUD client that features:
Multiple Sesssions and AutoLogin Scripting
Multi-threaded send/receive for better battle performance
C-like programmable scripting, hotkeys, cursorkey navigation
Triggerable sounds, video, pop-ups, 3rd party applications
Logging, path recording and drag&drop file quoting
Autodisplay pause, accelerated cut&paste features
Runs on Win3.x, Win95 and NT
MUTT(tm) is available in several flavors:
If you want a free MUD client - that supports a scripting
language, triggers, hotkeys and cursor key navigation -
without the overhead of a fancy GUI, or the drawbacks of a toolbar
(forcing you to repeatedly switch between keyboard and mouse),
Lite is the one you'll want.
If you just have to have ANSI color support and/or a fancy UI,
Live is a MUD client that
provides dialogs for easy configuration, a built-in script editor and
a number of other new features.
If you want a 32bit MUD client, with DLL support for 3rd party addons,
Elite is the way to go.
Still in its design phase, the
MUD client will offer 3D roaming and multimedia effects.
for tf, TinyMUSH and FurryMuck users, provides MUD client addons.
addon for enhanced command aliasing.
- an early draft.
NEW with MUTT(tm)
and feedback from users.
MUTT's Mud List
Quite a few people have offered to be beta testers for Live and Elite.
Thank you - I appreciate the offers! However, due to the number of requests,
I am limiting beta releases to those who can excersize MUTT's scripting
If you would like to receive a beta license, please contribute
some interesting MUTTER(tm) scripts - if they exhibit an understanding
of how MUTTER scripting works, or if they exercise a unique feature
of MUTT(tm) - you'll be added to my beta list.
Please send all script contributions uuencoded to:
Note: Live is not yet available for beta.
For more information on MUTT(tm) and MUD Clients, email