So! I'm an adoring user of the HTML5 client but lately I've noticed it lacks support for advanced scripting/packages/etc and not enough people use it to provide helpful feedback. At the urging of a few friends, I've been dabbling with Mudlet a bit .. but for some reason, I keep defaulting back to the familiar ease of the HTML5 client.
Mudlet is just so big and there's just so much .. plus I'm impatient and very finicky about my setup. I like windows and centered text boxes and highlighted phrases and large fonts. The web client is soooo much easier because I've already customised it to my liking and it's so beautifully compact and familiar.
I realize, however, that I'll probably need to get more and more comfortable with Mudlet because it just offers more in terms of extras. So I'm asking ya'll: what prompted you to make the switch to Mudlet? Was it difficult? What eased the transition? What client[s] had you used previously??
(XXXX): Peak says, "You worry me."