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Pueblo HTML Converter
How to store colored text from a mud on a webpage
This by using the Pueblo mud client.
The HTLM log files created with Pueblo on windows xp:
Since logging to a normal txt file is a lot easier,
only the HTML version will be explained.
There are three parts : Create, Open and Convert
Create the Client Log File
Step 1: click on
– log to a file
- Change “Save as type” to HTML
- Enter a file name.
- click on [Save]
Everything you type and see now, will be stored.
If you want to add the events that were already on your screen:
check the “include text currently in the window” box,
this will only store the plain text of part before you start to log.)
Step 5: To end the client log file
- Click on “File – log to a file”
(or type in the inputbar: #log)
Open the client log file
Find the file
Go to the directory where your Pueblo is installed
(in my case “C:\Program Files\PuebloUE” ) and go to the logs directory
Open the file, if possible with notepad or some other plain editor
(To see the text with codes)
Copy all the text in the logfile.
Select all: “[Ctrl]+A"
Copy selection: “[Ctrl]+C”
Convert Pueblo code to HTML
Step 1: Go to the HTML converter
Step 2: Paste the text
click at the middle of the screen and paste the text “[Ctrl]+V”
Step 3: Convert the text
Click on "Pueblo to HTML"
(this removes redundant text and changes some pueblo codes to actual HTLM)
Step 4: Copy the info in the screen
- Select the text and copy it “[ctrl]+A, [Ctrl]+C]
This to place it later in a new (HTML) file
Step 5: HTLM preview:
Check how it looks like with
- click on "Show HTML"
It should now look like this:
Step 6: Back to previous screen
Open notepad and make a new file
Paste the text into the new file and save it with the extension .html
( Short keys: "[Ctrl]+V, [Ctrl]+S" )
The conversion is DONE
This new file can be placed on a website.
Maybe it does not work all the time and for every mud,