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This file is the default configuration to set some sensible values. It can be found in the download files in the subdirectory de/mud/jta/default.conf.

Important: When installing the applet be reminded that only values that are mentioned here or in applet.conf can be set using the <PARAM> tag of <APPLET>.

# -- IMPORTANT NOTICE --
# Copy this file when creating your own configuration and name it different.
# default.conf is used by the software for initial setup. Your own config
# may not need all the fields found in this file but only those you want
# to change.
# -- IMPORTANT NOTICE --

# ======================================================================= # common program defaults # ======================================================================= plugins = Status,Socket,Telnet,Terminal pluginPath = de.mud.jta.plugin layout = BorderLayout layout.Terminal = Center layout.Status = South layout.MudConnector = North

# help url/filename Help.url = /index.html

# ======================================================================= # Applet defaults # ======================================================================= Applet.detach = false Applet.detach.fullscreen = false Applet.detach.immediately = false Applet.detach.menuBar = true Applet.detach.startText = Connect Applet.detach.stopText = Disonnect Applet.disconnect = true Applet.disconnect.closeWindow = true # to make Netscape behave good we would like to have some privileges Applet.Netscape.privilege = UniversalConnect,UniversalPrintJobAccess ,UniversalSystemClipboardAccess

# ======================================================================= # Socket defaults # ======================================================================= # This is set to the webserver by default. Socket.host = Socket.port = # for SSH use the port below #Socket.port = 22

# ======================================================================= # Timeout settings # ======================================================================= Timeout.seconds = 60 Timeout.command = exitn

# ======================================================================= # Terminal defaults # ======================================================================= Terminal.foreground = #ffffff Terminal.background = #000000 Terminal.cursor.foreground = #000000 Terminal.cursor.background = #ffffff Terminal.print.color = false Terminal.border = 2 Terminal.borderRaised = false # if you use your own file use a fully qualified URL! Terminal.colorSet = /de/mud/terminal/colorSet.conf Terminal.scrollBar = West # now the real terminal configuration Terminal.id = vt320 Terminal.buffer = 100 Terminal.size = [80,24] Terminal.resize = font Terminal.font = Monospaced Terminal.fontStyle = plain Terminal.fontSize = 11 # if you use your own file use a fully qualified URL! Terminal.keyCodes = /de/mud/terminal/keyCodes.conf Terminal.VMS = false Terminal.IBM = false # the setting below should be correct, but it does not work #Terminal.encoding = ISO8859_1 # the setting used it probably incorrect but forces the default behaviour Terminal.encoding = latin1 #Terminal.beep = >>http://www.mud.de/se/jta/BOUNCE.WAV

# ======================================================================= # MudConnect defaults # ======================================================================= MudConnector.listURL = >>http://www.mudconnector.com/java/Telnet/javalist .db

# ======================================================================= # MudConnect defaults # ======================================================================= Capture.url = Configure this URL!

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