Features

Here are some of KildClient's features:

  • Support for Perl scripting. Perl statements can be executed by entering them prefixed with "/", or functions can be defined and called.
  • Several worlds can be opened simultaneously.
  • Easy switching between worlds with the tabs or Perl functions.
  • New text notification.
  • Plugins to extend the basic functionality.
  • Extensive ANSI support, several attributes such as italics, underline, reverse video, etc. are displayed
  • vt100's line drawing mode supported for displaying nice tables.
  • Supports a 256-color mode (the same used by xterm).
  • SOCKS4/5 and HTTP proxy support.
  • Triggers and gags, using regular expressions for matching.
  • Triggers can change the color and/or style of the line that matched (highlighting).
  • Aliases, allowing you to substitute what you type with some other text.
  • Macros for sending text or executing commands with a single keypress.
  • Timers for repeated execution of commands.
  • Hooks for executing actions when some events happen.
  • Graphical Interfaces for adding triggers, aliases, etc. easily.
  • The input bar can be enlarged to display several lines if there
    is need to send very long lines.
  • Support auto-login, and a World can have several characters associated to it, sharing the same settings.
  • Hability to display the time at which each line was received.
  • Support for logging the output to a file, including optionally a timestamp.
  • A function to send multiple lines of text and/or the contents of a file to the world.
  • Speed-walking feature to ease walking around.
  • Associate notes with a world (with the use an included plugin)
  • Search the buffer for a string.
  • Spell checker for the text you type.
  • Direct chat with other users of KildClient or of other clients compatible with the MudMaster or zChat protocols.
  • Supports MCCP (Mud Client Compression Protocol) versions 1 and 2, to compress data sent from the server and thus reduce bandwidth.
  • Supports connection securely with SSL to hosts tht support
    it.


To see some images of KildClient in action, visit the Screenshots page.