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Re: [COLD] Best Client

daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Wed Jul 16 04:22:01 1997 )

From: Andrew Wilson <a.wilson@elsevier.co.uk>
To: clay@incite.com
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 1997 09:18:03 +0100 (BST)
Cc: coldstuff@cold.org
In-Reply-To: <00C10E5358C0CF118D4600805F70748044E363@RAPHAEL.incite.com> from "clay@incite.com" at Jul 15, 97 06:19:19 pm


	In what respects was tkMOO-light a bit too wobbly for your tastes?
the client is being actively developed, with new versions being made
available every couple of weeks.  I make a point of listening to good
suggestions and I'm always looking for new insights which may enhance
the client.

If you let me know what's wrong then perhaps I can, er, reduce the wobble.


Andrew.Wilson@cm.cs.ac.uk          http://www.cs.cf.ac.uk/User/Andrew.Wilson/

> What clients do people like the best to use with the ColdCore?
> I've got a NT Workstation, but I also have an X Terminal, on my desk.  I
> am running Cold on a Linux box.  When working on moo, I like to use
> XEmacs.
> I've been using Pueblo to talk to the Cold mud.  I tried tkMOO-light,
> but it was a bit too wobbly for my tastes.  I'd prefer something
> strongly X or NT based that works well with Cold.
> Suggestions?
> Thanks.
> ---
> Onegaishimasu.
> Clay Luther
> clay@incite.com
> Please note, our corporate phone prefix is changing from 447 to 855.  My
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