KMush is a simple MU* client for the K Desktop Environment
KMush is a simple MU* client for the K Desktop Environment. KMush is a native KDE application written in Java using the qtjava/koala bindings.
Its intended use is for softcoding and roleplaying in MUSH environments.
Here are some key features of "KMush":
MDI Style Connection Management
Configurable Colors / Fonts / World Specific Options
Configurable ANSI Color Support
Configurable Toolbars / XMLGUI
System Tray Icon (optional)
Spell Checking (live)
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Paste to file
What's New in This Release:
ANSI Color Schemes
Improved Telnet Negotiation
UI Improvements / Bug Fixes
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