From Tapestries MUCK
table-talk.muf(#2891FLM2) is a program to allow people it sit at numbered tables of various sizes and talk to each other privately at the table.
You can look up all this information in game with tt #help.
Sitting and Standing
To sit at table number three, you use the sit command. There are two syntaxes that work:
sit at table 3 sit 3
You may also specify a person instead of the table:
sit with MyFriend sit MyFriend
To get up, simply stand:
Talking at your Table
You can say or pose with the tt command, for example:
tt I am saying this. tt :is posing this.
This will result in a message like:
At your table, Player says, "I am saying this."
Who is where
You can find out what tables exist, and who is at which table with:
It gives output like:
Table #1 (4 chairs): --Empty-- Table #2 (2 chairs): --Empty-- Table #3 (6 chairs): PlayerOne and PlayerTwo Table #4 (10 chairs): --Empty--
table-talk.muf requires one exit with three names. Tt, sit, and stand. To create the exit, go to the room you are installing it, and do this:
You may now add tables. Each takes a number of seats that the table has. For example:
tt #add 4 tt #add 4 tt #add 2 tt #add 2
This would add two tables with four seats, and two tables with two seats.
You can then go change the size of a seat with:
tt #reseize 3=6
That would change table number three to six seats.
The tabletalk program on Tapestries is owned by User:Nightwind, and does not list who wrote it.