Idling and Timeout - Achaea Online Help

19.1 Idling and Timeout

(See also HELP AFK and HELP TRIGGERS)

You may set a timeout limit, in minutes, which controls how long you may be
idle before you are automatically disconnected from Achaea.


Why set a timeout?
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A timeout is meant solely to keep your defenceless body from remaining in the
realms if, by some twist of bad luck, you are disconnected or lag severely.
Otherwise, your body may be still in Achaea, and you may reconnect to find
yourself dead, robbed, or worse.

You should not change your timeout in order to accomodate going AFK (away from
keyboard). You should also not set a trigger to prevent yourself from being
timed out if you are not actively playing. Should you die, get robbed, and/or 
lose experience due to your triggers keeping you online while AFK, you will not
be compensated for these losses.

Autoreconnect options on your client could also cause a lot of trouble for you.
Either do not use them, or be certain you know the risks.


CONFIG TIMEOUT <#> is the command

CONFIG TIMEOUT 5 means if you do nothing for five minutes, you'll be
disconnected.

(See also HELP AFK and HELP TRIGGERS)