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    Lots of great ideas here!

    Alphabetizing triggers, aliases, gags, and tickers is a great idea and it’s on my list.

    A few people have asked about MUDRammer for Mac. MUDRammer is my personal project in my spare time, and I don’t mean to sound crass, but it would be helpful for me to know: how much would you pay for MUDRammer for OS X?

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    After thinking about it a bit more, a separate page would be nice too.

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Definitely as part of a trigger or alias. Here's a specialized example: In my MUD you can track a target which allows you to automatically move one step in that direction. So if I want to keep tracking something, I would want to store the target and keep recalling the alias over and over until it's found. I'm really liking the strings I can pull from the text so maybe something like this would work: "track $target" would store the target as the variable $target until another command replaces $target. I hope I'm making sense!

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Am I the only one who would use this feature or is it already implemented and I've missed it? I used stored variables in all of my clients. I think this is the only missing feature for me.

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