|--cheat||This will enable the cheat, which wraps words instantly when they are written correctly. You dont need to press space/enter. It is another question if this "cheat" actually helps...|
|Start typespeed in client mode (where addr is network address of server) Typespeed will try to connect to the given address and start network play.|
|For debugging purposes. The whole network data is written into file. If you have issues with network gaming, attach this file to a bug report mail.|
|Turns off the curses colors. It can be a more clear way to play the game in some situations.|
|Tells what TCP/IPv4 port will typespeed be using in the network play. The default port is 6025.|
|--server||Start typespeed in server mode. Typespeed will wait for other player to connect.|
|--help||Little explanation of the parameters.|
In these files, you can specify the location of directories for game rules and word lists. You can also activate cheat mode in these files if you write "cheat = yes". If you create a configuration file in your home directory, you must also create a file called $HOME/.typespeed/score. All your personal high scores are stored in this file, not anymore in system wide high score file. This is needed to prevent malicious users to pretend to have 1000 points in e.g. words.eng whereby directory for word lists has been changed. In order to compete with system-wide users, you have to remove your personal configuration file.
If you would like to create your own word list, you have to follow these simple rules:
The first line contains the description that will be listed in word list selection menu. You cannot use more than 60 characters.
A word list must consist of at least 22 different words, i.e. no duplicated words. The words must not be longer than 19 characters. Should they be longer, they wont be parsed; instead they are silently dropped. Words must not contain escape sequences, tabs or spaces. These words will be dropped, too.
Blank lines will be ignored.
If you would like to see your created word list included into next release, please send me an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Do not use typespeed version 0.5.2 or higher with a version < 0.5.2. The usage of network control words has been changed, so you could not end games.
If you have used typespeed < 0.6.0 and you wish to use your high scores in newer versions, you have to convert them into new format. convert can be used for this task. convert takes two arguments: the old high score directory and the new high score file. Due to changed high score file format, it is expected that converted scores (especially cps) differ.
Written by Jani Ollikainen <email@example.com>, Jaakko Manelius <firstname.lastname@example.org>, and Tobias Stoeckmann <email@example.com>.
Report bugs to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Copyright (C) 1999-2003 Jani Ollikainen <email@example.com>
Jaakko Manelius <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (C) 2006-2007 Tobias Stoeckmann <email@example.com>
Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright notice and this notice are preserved.
|typespeed v0.6.5||TYPESPEED (6)||August 2008|