World: <human readable string for the Connections Menu> ClientMode: <character | line> default value is character Host: <host name> Port: <port number> Login: <user name> Password: <some password> ConnectScript: <lines of text to send following connection> ConnectScript: ... DisconnectScript: <lines of text to send before disconnecting> DisconnectScript: ... KeyBindings: <keystroke emulation> World: <a different string for a different world> Host: <a different host name> Port: <a different port number> ...Directive names are not case sensitive. The following definitions are equivalent:
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ConnectScript:header is present it is assumed to contain *all* the information required to connect to a site as well as additional commands which are sent after the connection is made. This means that if you're sending several lines of
ConnectScript:data then the first line needs to be 'connect %u %p'.
For example, the following definitions explicitly send the
connect %u %p to the MOO and then send
additional lines of data:
ConnectScript: connect %u %p