TinTin++ Mud Client Manual  
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When TinTin++ starts up it sends \e= to the terminal to enable the terminal's application keypad mode, which can be disabled using #showme {\e>}
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       Configuration A             Configuration B             Configuration C
  +-----+-----+-----+-----+   +-----+-----+-----+-----+   +-----+-----+-----+-----+
  |Num  |/    |*    |-    |   |Num  |/    |*    |-    |   |Num  |nkp/ |nkp* |nkp- |
  +-----+-----+-----+-----+   +-----+-----+-----+-----+   +-----+-----+-----+-----+
  |7    |8    |9    |     |   |Home |Up   |PgUp |     |   |nkp7 |nkp8 |nkp9 |     |
  +-----+-----+-----+     |   +-----+-----+-----+     |   +-----+-----+-----+     |
  |4    |5    |6    |+    |   |Left |Centr|Right|+    |   |nkp4 |nkp5 |nkp6 |nkp+ |
  +-----+-----+-----+-----+   +-----+-----+-----+-----+   +-----+-----+-----+-----+
  |1    |2    |3    |     |   |End  |Down |PgDn |     |   |nkp1 |nkp2 |nkp3 |     |
  +-----+-----+-----+     |   +-----+-----+-----+     |   +-----+-----+-----+     |
  |0          |.    |Enter|   |Ins        |Del  |Enter|   |nkp0       |nkp. |nkpEn|
  +-----------+-----+-----+   +-----------+-----+-----+   +-----------+-----+-----+
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With keypad mode disabled numlock on will give you configuration A, and numlock off will give you configuration B. With keypad mode enabled you'll get configuration C.
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Terminals that support keypad mode
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Linux Console, PuTTY, Eterm, aterm.
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Terminals that do not support keypad mode
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RXVT on Cygwin, Windows Console, Gnome Terminal, Konsole.
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Peculiar Terminals
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RXVT requires turning off numlock to enable configuration C.
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Xterm may require disabling Alt/NumLock Modifiers (num-lock) in the ctrl-leftclick menu. Or edit ~/.Xresources and add XTerm*VT100.numLock:false
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Mac OS X Terminal requires enabling "strict vt100 keypad behavior" in Terminal -> Window Settings -> Emulation.
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