cMUD Plugin Installation Instructions

To create a new session that uses the package:

  1. Download and install cMUD if you haven't already. It can be found here.
  2. Extract the folder that's found in the zip file.
  3. Launch cMUD and choose New Session.
  4. Give the session a title such as Abandoned Realms, use for the host and 9000 for the port.
  5. Click the Package Files tab.
  6. Note the path to your cMUD packages. Windows 8.1 it looks like: C:\Users\--your user name--\Documents\My Games\CMUD
  7. Move the AbandonedRealms folder that you extracted into the cMUD folder you just located.
  8. Once the folder is in the proper location, click on the Browse button in cMUD's Package Files tab.
  9. Navigate to the folder you just unzipped and choose ar.pkg
  10. Click Save Changes on the left menu.
  11. Optional:
  12. Highlight the session you just created and choose Edit Session from the left menu.
  13. Under the Session tab, find where it says image file and click the Browse button.
  14. Choose ar_logo.jpg
  15. Click Save Changes

To upgrade an existing session to the latest version of the package:

  1. Extract the AbandonedRealms folder from
  2. Begin a session how you normally would.
  3. Click on the Triggers button on the main toolbar.
  4. Ensure that none of your personal triggers, aliases, etc. are in the MSDP, Captures, or General class folders.
  5. Right click the MSDP class folder and choose delete setting. Repeat for the Captures class folder and General class folder.
  6. Highlight the name of your main game window on the menu to the left (this is important).
  7. Go the the File Menu > Import XML and navigate to the the folder where you extracted the zip file.
  8. Choose msdp.xml
  9. Make sure the name of the main game window is highlight again and repeat for captures.xml and general.xml
  10. Close cMUD and relaunch. The windows will launch as the script calls for them. Customize as needed.
  11. There's an AR icon in the folder if you want to use it for your session image (Edit Session on startup screen).