There are a number of commands you can type into the text chat input field to do certain things. Typing a / at the beginning tells UpStage that what is following is a command, rather than text to be spoken.
Here is a list of the commands that can be used by players:
/a 1, /a 2 etc
displays a different frame of an animated or multiframe avatar
animates a multi-frame or animated avatar
/asize followed by a number will adjust the size of the audience text in your chat window (note – this only affects your own screen; the text size will not adjust for the audience or other players); the default size is 5. Audience can also use this command to adjust the size of font in their browser
/b 1, /b 2 etc
displays a different frame of a multi-frame backdrop
animates a multi-frame backdrop
lists the usernames of all players and the number of audience members who are present on that particular stage
gives you a list of some of these commands
shows information about UpStage including which version of the software you are using
allows you to change the name of the avatar you are holding – type /nick newname
provides information about the dual GPL and Creative Commons license
/psize followed by a number will adjust the size of the player text in your chat window (note – this only affects your own screen, the text size will not adjust for the audience or other players); the default size is 5. Audience can also use this command to adjust the size of font in their browser
/whisper or /wh
allows you to communicate with other players without the audience being aware; the whisper command is explained in the chapter Speech and Text Chat
typing : before your text will give you a silent thought bubble, rather than a speech bubble and spoken text. The text is blue in the chat window
typing ! before your text will make your avatar shout. The speech bubble outline and the chat text is red
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