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Explanation of a few Tin-tin commands.
# or #verbatim off
This enables Tin-tin commands and speedwalk.

#speedwalk
With this command you disable/enable speedwalk.
If you type 3e2n3w, then sent to the worlds is: e;e;e;n;n;w;w;w
\ is useful when you don't want to speedwalk,e.g.: \news

#nop
A nop is a comment, everything behind it is not used.

#alias { what you type} {input to the world} 
eg: #alias {gac} {get all corpse}
You type "gac" and the pueblo client sends you your world "get all corpse"

#action {trigger text} {commands} {priority}
eg: #action {waves goodbye to you.} {emote waves back.}
If someone waves to you, then you wave back

When you type #alias or #action, you see the list of aliases 
or actions you have at the moment.

#ignore
All actions (triggers) are now ignored

#kill all
Removes all pueblo triggers, aliases etc.

#write myfile
You save your aliases and actions to the file myfile.txt

#read fd.txt
Reading the aliases and actions from the file fd.txt
(When it is placed in the pueblo directory.)

#4 {quaf heal}
You -try to- quaf 4 healing potions.
You don't always have to use the {} so : "#4 quaf heal" also works

#loop {1,5} {say %0}
Your input to the world is: say 1;say 2;say 4; say 5

#pathdir {north} {south}
If you type north, then it remembers it. 

#path
It gives as output what directions you typed.

#mark
You reset the path, it is cleared again.

#return
You go one step back.

#savepath path_name
It saves the path to an alias path_name
eg: at recall you type #mark and then walk to a baker, then type #savepath shop

#showme {Good morning!}
You see "Good morning!", it sends nothing to the world.

#playsound {filename.wav}
It plays the wav (and only wav) file.
eg: #playsound {drumroll.wav}  (When it is placed in the pueblo directory)

#bell         #alert
This makes sound (ding / tada)

#name smokey
Your session has now the name 'smokey'

#session {fd} {mud.fataldimensions.org 4000}}
You open a new session (screen) and connect with Fataldimensions
and names the session fd

#smokey say hi
In your "smokey" session will send "say hi"

#fd hop
In your "fd" session will send "hop"

#all say hello
All your sessions will send "say hello"

#log filename
All events you will see in your world with be saved in the file 
"filename.txt" in the log directory of pueblo.

#help
You switch to the help files, 
you can find any command on this page there for more information.

Just some examples if you have more (or to much) time:
#mbox {Would you like to play a game of chess?}
#action {%0 has arrived.} {say Hi %0!}  (This does not -always- work properly.)

#alias grin {emote grins so %1 that you want to %2.}
Then, when you enter the command: grin wickedly {slap him}

#alias tkill {kill %1;#var target {%1}}
#alias blast {cast fire $target;cast acid $target}
 
#action {^hp:%0 } {#var {points} {%%0}}
#variable {name} {value}
#action {^hp:%0 } {#var {points} {%%0}}
#alias {stat} {#if {$points > 50} {#showme Healthy} {#showme SICK!}}
#action {2%1/2327hp} {#if {%%1 < 500} {#showme good}}

#ticksize {300}
#tickon
#tickkey {XXX-Tick}
#action {TICK. (XXX-Tick)} {, "thinks what am I doing here"?}

There are (a lot of) other commands, 
If you want, you can find more about them in the help of the puebloclient.