"Furnarchy is a pluggable, scriptable, skinnable extension program for the social game Furcadia.
Furnarchy can be considered a "proxy," in the Furcadian sense of the word, but while most other proxies work by sitting between the Furcadia client's and the game server's network connection, Furnarchy instead embeds itself into the actual Furcadia client, modifying its code and behavior on-the-fly. In doing so, Furnarchy seamlessly integrates its features with the client to make for a much more enjoyable and intuitive game experience.
"Furnarchy 2 is technically the successor to Furnarchy 3, though, despite the strange naming convention, and improves in many areas where Furnarchy 3 was deficient."
What does not
In the script API: flashWindow() does not cause Gnome/KDE windows to flash, as it this is currently unimplemented in WINE.
What was not tested
C++ modules that write to memory and use system calls in strange ways. As much of the added functionality is in the form of scripts, there aren't that many modules available for this release, to begin with.
C# / CLI (.NET) modules require .NET 2.0, which must be installed via winetricks. Furthermore, there is a slight lag experienced during the loading of Furnarchy that only occurs with .NET modules installed.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Ubuntu 8.10 "Intrepid" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Dec 13 2008||1.1.10||Yes||Yes||Gold||Saul|