From A.W. Network Services:
tkMOO-light is an advanced chat client suitable for use with muds and especially MOO systems. The client runs on UNIX, Windows and Macintosh platforms. tkMOO-light is the ideal choice if you're looking for a single chat client which is able to run on different operating systems.
fix for initialisation error. in some configurations the client would fail to start properly, complaining about an undefined 'worlds_worlds' variable
worlds.set_if_different $world $directive $value. worlds.set 'touches' the worlds database causing the file to be written out when the client exits. this is a way to only write if a value has changed
changes to menu items in the Preferences menu will be saved to the worlds.tkm file, and remembered the next time you connect to the world. before this the only way to permanently change values was by using the preferences editor
added 'Help->Installed Plugins' menu item. this details the location of the plugins directory and lists the set of plugins that were identified when the client starts up
webbrowser.tcl plugin will now also look for 'mozilla' executables on unix, it already looks for 'netscape'
The Preferences Editor would sometimes display the wrong world's preferences when connected to a site that had been reached via the Connect->Open dialog. Fixed so that the correct preferences are displayed. Underlying problem was with inconsitencies in the use of worlds.get_current worlds.set_current
Fix to make sure the disconnect script is sent to the server, whichever way you choose to perform the disconnection
Trim whitespace from entries typed into the Connect->Open... dialog box
Fixed standalone Mac OS 9 build. You no-longer need a separate installation of Tcl/Tk
You're now able to change the colour of the client's input window. Added ColourForegroundInput ColourBackgroundInput directives, controled by settings in the Colours and Fonts category of the Preferences Editor