Who (Social command)
who [<filter>] [sortby <age | level | alpha>]
The who command will give you a list of all users presently logged onto
the mud, regardless of their privacy status. Players who have died and are
currently ghosts will not be displayed. The who command supports a variety
of filters, such as race, profession, alignment, and rank. For each
filter, placing a '!' before will show all people not matching the filter.
who dwarf who ranger who heroic
For logical arguments, operators such as >, <, <=, >= and = may be
applied. The logical arguments are levels, alignments, ranks, and ages.
who >19 who age>=20 who <=immoral
Communities and organizations can also be shown. Examples:
who neighbor who guildmate who clanmate
who helper who newbie who ainur
who guildally who guildenemy
In addition to 'who guildmate' the who command allows you to display
guildmembers which have set public guildinfo. For the list of public
guilds, you would use 'who guilds'. For each guild on the 'who guilds'
list, you can 'who <guildname>'. You can use 'who <friend|enemy>' to see
people you have entered with the 'friend' and 'enemy' commands.
Who arguments can also be combined for more precise filtering, only
returning users who match all criteria. Examples:
who >5 <10 who dwarf warrior who gm age>20
who sindar !wizard
The arguments can also be combined such that who will return a
combined list of people, the list containing users matching one criteria
and users matching the next criteria. Examples:
who <5 and newbie who gm and newbie
who hobbit and dwarf who thief and assassin
Sorting is also possible. Valid sort criteria are age, level,
alphabetically, and surname. Sorting by default is by rank and level.
who sortby age who sortby alpha who sortby surname
Who also supports programmable default arguments. To override your
default and see all users, you would type 'who all'. To set your default
arguments use 'set whodefault'. Examples:
set whodefault friend and guildmate and ainu
To turn on the support for colored titles in the who list, use 'set
whocolor on'. Additionally, you can toggle this setting under the
'Who/Legend' section of the settings menu, accessed by typing 'settings'.
You can customize the output of the 'who' command by using different
colors for different players, such as friends, guildmates and so on. This
can be done using the 'color' command.
, social commands
, color classes