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Chat Console

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The Chat Console

The Chat Console is used to communicate with other players and execute certain commands.

To access the chat console, click the chat icon (Chatconsolebutton.png) or press the chat key (mapped to ↵ Enter by default).

Chatting

To chat with other players, open the chat console and type a message, then press ↵ Enter to send it.

Players can change which chat domain they send messages to at any time by selecting from the drop down menu in the chat console or by appending a message with the appropriate tag character. Additionally there are some chat domains that can be quickly selected by pressing the correct key combination.

Domain Tag Shortcut Purpose
Local N/A <chat key> Chat with nearby players within a town hub or zone instance.
Global # ⇧ Shift+<chat key> Communicate with a multitude of players within the same league.
Party % Ctrl+⇧ Shift+<chat key> Chat with all party members.
Whisper @<character> Ctrl+<chat key> Chat with a specific character only. The keyboard shortcut can be used to reply to the last whisper received.
Trade $ Communicate with players for the purpose of trading items.
Guild & Communicate within your guild.

To avoid having the chat console fill up with unwanted messages, players can leave global and trade chat by un-ticking the Join Global Chat and Join Trade Chat checkboxes respectively.

Within each league, the global and trade chat domains are made up of separate channels. When joining global or trade chat, players are automatically assigned to a channel. Players can change to a different channel at any time by using the /global <number> and /trade <number> commands. For example, entering /global 3 would allow the player to join global chat channel 3.

Commands

Various functions can be executed by entering commands in the chat console. The syntax of a command is a forward slash (/) followed by a string. Commands that require additional parameters are appended after the command string followed by a space.

Command Function
/help Displays a list of most console commands.
/bug Reports a bug and gives you the report reference number.
/ladder Displays the top ten characters on the current ladder.
/played Displays the length of time the current character has been played.
/age Displays how long ago the current character was created.
/passives Displays a summary of all passive skill points the character has gained.
/deaths Displays how many deaths the current character has incurred.
/remaining Displays how many monsters remain alive in the current area.
/destroy Destroys the item on cursor. Use with caution!
/itemlevel Displays the level of the item on cursor.
/pvp Displays Win/Loss/Disconnect statistics for 1v1 and 3v3 PvP.
/fixmyhelmet Updates an existing non-unique helmet to new art.
/oos Forces resync.
/dance Perform a dance.
/status Change your status. Status is displayed to all friends as an alert when changed, and is shown to friends in the social window.
/debug Displays debug information.
/invite <character> Sends a party invite to <character>.
/kick <character> Kicks <character> from the party.
/party_description <description> Changes the description of the party to <description>.
/tradewith <character> Initiates a trade with <character>. Characters must be in the same town hub instance to trade.
/friend <character> Adds <character> to the friends list.
/unfriend <character> Removes <character> from the friends list.
/accept <character> Accepts friend request.
/ignore <character> Adds a player account specified by character name to the ignore list. No messages will be received from ignored players.
/unignore <character> Removes a player account specified by character name from the ignore list.
/squelch <character> Alternative to /ignore. Adds a player account specified by character name to the ignore list.
/unsquelch <character> Alternative to /unignore. Removes a player account specified by character name from the ignore list.
/clear_ignore_list Removes all player accounts from the ignore list.
/whois <character> Displays a character's level, class, league, and whether he is online.
/dnd Toggles Do Not Disturb mode for chat. When on, no messages including whispers will be received.
/global <number> Joins global chat channel <number>.
/trade <number> Joins trade chat channel <number>.
/cls Clears the chat console of text.
/hideout Sends you to your hideout. Only useable while in town.
/hideout <character> Sends you to character's hideout. Only useable while in town.