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# This is a sample Unix Frotz configuration file which contains examples
# of all supported options.

# If this is actually $HOME/.frotzrc instead of the systemwide
# configuration file, $HOME/.frotzrc will override.  These options are
# explained in more detail in the Unix Frotz README file and the manpage.


############################################################
# These options control some basic characteristics of Frotz.

# Use color text 		(default "yes" if supported)
color		yes

# Set foreground color		(default "white" if in color mode)
foreground	white

# Set background color		(default "blue" if in color mode)
background	blue

# Set error-reporting mode	(default "once")
errormode	once

# Set path to search for game files (no default)
zcode_path	/usr/local/games/zcode

# Use plain ASCII only		(default "no")
ascii		no

# Turn sound on or off		(default "on")
sound		on


############################################
# These are some less-commonly used options.

# Set random number seed	(default comes from the Unix epoch)
randseed	1234

# Set number of undo slots	(default 500)
undo_slots	500

# Set Tandy bit			(default "no")
tandy		no

# Alter piracy opcode		(default "no")
piracy		no

# Use Quetzal save format	(default "yes")
quetzal		yes

# Expand abbreviations		(default "no")
expand_abb	no


#########################################################################
# These options are useful for weird terminals or if you want to force a
# certain mode.

# Force color mode		(default "no")
# Useful for use with supposedly current flavors of Unix that still don't
# understand what the "xterm-color" terminal type is.
force_color	no

# Set screen height		(default is detected height)
screen_height	24

# Set screen width		(default is detected screen width)
screen_width	80

# Set script width		(default is screen width)
script_width	80

# Set context lines		(default "0")
context_lines	0

# Set left margin		(default "0")
left_margin	0

# Set right margin		(default "0")
right_margin	0


#############################################################
# These options are mainly useful for debugging and cheating.

# Watch attribute setting	(default "no")
attrib_set	no

# Watch attribute testing	(default "no")
attrib_test	no

# Watch object movement		(default "no")
obj_move	no

# Watch object locating		(default "no")
obj_loc		no