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Adventurers' Help: terminal


Command: set term - shows and sets your terminal type

Description:
	'set term' shows your current setting of your environment variable
	'term' aka "terminal type" (see 'help set').
	Your terminal type variable will be set at login, but you can re-set
	it with this commmand.

	The initial setting at login depends on the answer the Nemesis'
	GameDriver (GD) gets from your client when requesting terminal type
	information via telnet-negotiations.
	It is set to 'unknown' if the GD cannot determine the type or your
	(MUD) client does not support it.

	It has influence on the behaviour of 'cls', 'xtitle' and 'xicon'
	(see 'help cls', 'help xtitle' and 'help xicon').

Syntax:
	set term
	set term <type>

Examples:
	set term
	Variable term is currently set to: xterm

	set term
	Variable term is currently set to: mushclient

	set term
	Variable term is currently set to: tinyfugue

	set term
	Variable term is currently set to: tintin++

	set term xterm
	Terminal type set to 'xterm'.

Note:
	Be CAREFUL: Messing with the environment variable 'term' could ruin
	your Nemesis session. If your (MUD) client does not support the
	required control sequences for ANSI terminals or xterms you will get
	"strange" output in your Nemesis session.

	This setting is not permanent.

See also:

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