Projects / tkMOO-light


tkMOO-light is an advanced chat client suitable for use with muds and especially MOO systems. The client runs on UNIX, Windows, and Macintosh platforms. tkMOO-light is the ideal choice if you're looking for a single chat client which is able to run on different operating systems.


Recent releases

  •  24 Dec 2001 15:25

    Release Notes: A rare start-up error was fixed. Support for Unix Web browsers was improved. A help page which details installed plugin configurations was added. There are fixes for the standalone client on Mac OS 9.x and for the Preferences Editor on all platforms. You can now control the color of the client's input window.

    •  26 Oct 2001 16:15

      Release Notes: Installation and operation on UNIX machines were improved. Support for debugging plugins was added. Triggered highlights and ANSI color can now exist on the same line. A new plugin provides support for the dns-com-awns-timezone package. The Help menu now has a quick link to the client's demonstration server at Moo.Awns.Com.

      •  10 Sep 2001 18:10

        Release Notes: This release contains many minor fixes for all platforms. Stability and look-and-feel for Macintosh and font-chooser behaviour on Windows have been improved. The built-in MacMOOSE MOO-code browser has been improved. The Macintosh version is available as a single-file download, and doesn't require a separate installation of Tcl/Tk.

        •  23 Apr 2001 21:38

          Release Notes: Fixes for broken local-echo behaviour, better defaults for local-echo colour, and improved support for MCP/2.1 messages.

          •  06 Dec 2000 23:19

            Release Notes: This version has improved word-completion and new command-completion behaviour, and improved support for clickable URLs. ANSI colour codes have been updated and blinking text is now supported. You can control the ANSI code behaviour from the Preferences Editor, and no, blinking isn't mandatory. The standalone distribution for Windows platforms is now based on Tcl/Tk 8.2.3.


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