From: George (
Date: 01/14/99

On Thu, 14 Jan 1999, Dan Argent wrote:

>Sorry, what I meant was a time-check of the order of a few hundred
>milliseconds. Eventually, if two characters were separate then you would
>receive characters from their terminals within that time-span. Show me
>someone who can change windows that fast.

Except your telnet client is line-based, not character-based by default in
CircleMUD so that won't work.  The MUD only receives text when the player
hits enter.  That's why TinTin++ and other clients are free to have
"special" commands internally.

George Greer

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