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Chat commands are commands a user may enter into the chat box to perform certain actions in-game, ranging from personal to something that effects others. They are available in any Atelier 801 game that has a chat box.

A chat command is signified by starting with a forward slash /. Any messages starting with a forward slash will not show in the chat box publicly, even if the command is not valid (the game does not offer feedback on wether a command is valid or not). If you wish to share a chat command with another player the "standard" way to do so is to add a period before the command. ex: ./ping

Chat commands are also "unique" in that while guests may not speak (except on Module 801 games), they may enter in chat commands (although some many not work for guests since they effect an account).

General CommandsEdit

While all games have different chat commands that may work with them, here is a list of ones found across most games:

Command Effect Alt
/room [roomname] See Rooms. /salon, /sala, /kamer, /zimmer
/salonauto [roomname] Move to a room starting with roomname indicated (ex. /salonauto mouse could redirect to room mouse1).
/mort While not available in all games, this is how one would kill their won character if the game allows them. The effect this may have on a player's score / stats varies.
Interacting With Others
/w [username] [message] Allows you to whisper another player privately. /c
/s

[message]

Sends a message to room chat.
/friend [username] Adds the specified user to your friends list. /amigo, /ami, /vriend, /freund
/ignore [username] Adds the user to your ignore list.

/negeer, /ignorieren

/chat Creates / joins a chat room.
/who Displays the list of players in your current chat room. /quem, /qui, /quien
/mute [username] Lets you ignore a player's messages.
/silence [reason] Toggles all whispers on/off, except for friends (give a reason is optional)
/silence* [reason] Toggles all whispers on/off, including for friends (give a reason is optional)
/ban [username] If enough players (in the same room) vote to ban a player, they will be removed from the room for an hour.
/report [username] A popup will appear and will ask you why you want to ban the player. Different reasons result in different ban times, if enough players vote.
/clear Clears the chatbox.
/profile [username] /perfil, /profil, /profiel
Tribe
/t [message] Sends a message to tribe chat. Pressing T also allows you to use tribe chat.
/tc Opens tribe chat in a new tab /t*, /mt
Technical
/ping View your ping.
/ips Shows in the upper left corner of the game screen, the frame rate per second and current data in MB / s download.
/cips Shows a graph with the current frame rate per second. The chart can be dragged anywhere on the screen.
/font [fontname] (default = verdana)
/fontsize [#] # is positive whole number (default = 12)
/langue [language] Change the language used by the game (doesn't affect messages already onscreen). Must be a valid 2-letter language code, or else the game the game while be stuck with a black semi-transparent overlay and unresponsive to mouse clicks. Ex: /langue es
/version Shows the current version and sometimes a "changelog" for it (in French).
/mod Shows a list of online moderators.
/parrain Opens up the referral window.
/x_aj Opens up other games window.

Other CommandsEdit

These commands may work in a limited way on all/most games, but weren't coded to work properly in all games.

Command Effect
/tutorial Sends you to "[Tutorial] YourNameHere". In Transformice this room is specially coded, but in others it is not.
/tribunal Help moderators by watching reported players. Works to some extent in some other games, but only works fully in Transformice. Has an unknown requirement to be able to use.
/bootcamp Sends you to a random room started with "bootcamp". In Transformice these rooms are specially coded, but in others they are not.
/vanilla Sends you to a random room started with "vanilla". In Transformice these rooms are specially coded, but in others they are not.
/survivor Sends you to a random room started with "survivor". In Transformice these rooms are specially coded, but in others they are not.
/racing Sends you to a random room started with "racing". In Transformice these rooms are specially coded, but in others they are not.
/defilante Sends you to a random room started with "defilante". In Transformice these rooms are specially coded, but in others they are not.
/x_eneko Sends you to a random room started with "Entrainement".
/clavier Alternating between English and French keyboard.
/debug Toggles debugging on / off (currently doesn't do anything).
/title Lists out your current titles (currently none available).
/lua Opens up a window to write the lua scripting language. Doesn't currently appear to do anything.
/module Displays a list of lua modules in chat. Only Transformice has a list to display, in others "none" is indicated. 
/nosouris Displays "Espèce de vieille souris." in chat

Removed CommandsEdit

These commands used to work on multiple games, but were latter removed (either all together, or limited to working on only 1 game). This is not a comprehensive list, but contains notable / interesting ones. These often were only in multiple games because they all share a codebase and they weren't toggled off for other games.

Command Effect Removal Reason
/code Opened a box for typing codes that give rewards (from contests, attending a convention they are at, etc). Unknown. It may be added back to specific games if it's ever needed. Still works in Transformice.
/menu Opened up the Transformice picture menu even when not in Transformice. Bug.
/filtre Disable/Enable chat filter allowing see bad words

See AlsoEdit

Chat commands on the Transformice wiki.

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