20 Dec, 2012, Splork wrote in the 1st comment:
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Recently added Kavir's protocols snippet. During the process we had to interweave it with our existing code protocols, as already had most of them. It appears we introduced an odd bug which I have come across before but do not exactly remember what was done to find/fix the issue.

Here is an example of what players are seeing:
*Immortals of SlothMUD*
[ *Creator* ] Splork .

<321hp 413ma 154mv>
Stun utters the words, 'uiguoph'

<321hp 416ma 154mv>
Stun utters the words, 'ashuhjoculo'

Does anyone have any advice or remember solving similar issues in the past? If I remember right, this is the default telnet escape character or something like that.

Any help would be appreciated,
20 Dec, 2012, Rarva.Riendf wrote in the 2nd comment:
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More likely that you have a one char offset in a buffer somewhere in your code. Maybe a problem due to a color code you supress incorrectly.
20 Dec, 2012, quixadhal wrote in the 3rd comment:
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My guess is a combination of the infamous incorrect Diku line-ending issue (\n\r, instead of \r\n) and a TELNET go-ahead sequence at the end of the prompt which isn't being processed through kavir's snippet (perhaps a raw send_to_descriptor or similar).
20 Dec, 2012, Tyche wrote in the 4th comment:
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is a partial telnet command (IAC WILL)
WILL what?