|prompt [default | compact | verbose | <prompt string>]|
|When fullscreen mode is enabled, your prompt is displayed in the infobar between the mud's output and your input line. In non-fullscreen mode, it is used as a standard command prompt.|
The prompt is highly customizable. You can build a string to be anything you like, or you can use one of three example prompts: default, compact, and verbose. You may want to look at these before you build your own prompt to get an idea of how it is done.
With no parameters, the command shows you your current prompt string.
Variables can be embedded in the string. They start with a dollar sign ('$') and are followed by a single letter indicating which value to use. The letter is case sensitive.
The following variables are available:
You can also change the text color with an ampersand ('&') character followed by a single-character codes. The following codes are available:
prompt $n [$p/$f/$u/$i] Exits:$x
prompt &gl$n&Rl [$p/$f/$u/$i] Exits:$x