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Chat commands perform useful functions in the Transformice client such as changing titles or whispering to another player. To use a chat command, type a forward slash (/) into the chat window followed by the command name. Commands are not visible to other players, and they must be entered into the main chat window to function.
Below is a full list of commands supported by Transformice.
If 8 players (in the same room) vote to ban a player, they will be removed from the room for an hour. A message is sent to the chat when a player is votebanned: "[•]Nickname#0000 o/".
A popup will appear and you will be asked why you would like to report the player. A moderator will decide about the case when two people report.
If a player you reported gets banned from the game you will receive Karma. Karma tells the moderators how believable your reports are.
All mice are turned semi-transparent (including NPC mice), except the mouse with username entered who is tinted pink. Multiple mice can be selected. This can be turned off by typing just /watch by itself. This is used a lot in racing rooms
Plays the YouTube video/MP3. YouTube videos will only play if there's a TV in the tribe house. The link with ".mp3" in the end of it will only play for mice who has "Play music" option selected in the in-game settings window.
Displays all the commands available in the FunCorp mode.
/changesize[player names/"*"] [size/"off"]
Temporarily changes the size (between 0.1x and 5x) of players.
/colormouse[player names/"*"] [color/"off"]
Temporarily gives a colorized fur.
/colornick[player names/"*"] [color/"off"]
Temporarily changes the color of player nicknames.
/linkmice[player names] ["off"]
Temporarily links players.
/meep[player names/"*"] ["off"]
Give meep to players.
/transformation[player names/"*"] ["off"]
Temporarily gives the ability to transform.
Free gifts and promotional codes
Each ones of these commands will award you the first time they are used (although /code can use different code, each code is only good for one use).
Will award your mouse with 20 cheese the first time, as well as open up the Transformice Facebook page. Added in V0.126.
Gives you a cake hat in your shop inventory.
Opens the box for typing codes that give rewards (from contests, attending a convention they are at, etc.).
While wearing the mustache, go to any Village room. Standing on the red chair located in the treehouse with Elise and Papaille, type /anvilgod 73.
Note: the mustache item must be the default color in order to obtain the badge.
While not a chat command, you can also gain the Transformice 4th birthday badge by performing the action sequence "confetti, dance, confetti, clap, kiss" (don't do it too fast, also must be done on either map 0 or a user-made map).
Disables/Enables the display of accessories used by other mice. Begins to assert in the next round. This does not override the game disabling them when there are 50+ mice in the room, on bootcamp rooms, etc.
Changes the chat's font. font is a font you have on your system (default = verdana). Typing "/font" without a font specified will reset your font to the default.
# is a positive whole number (default = 12)
/music or /musique[number]
Play a YouTube video while enjoying maps.
Change the language used by the game (does not affect messages already onscreen). Must be a valid 2-letter language code, or else the game the game while be stuck with a black semi-transparent overlay and unresponsive to mouse clicks. E.g. /langue es.
Change between English and French keyboard.
Enable / disable the fullscreen function (full screen).
Writes "Espèce de vieille souris." (Species of old mouse) into the chat and turns off the tutorial.
/cafe or /cafee
Spawns multiple small Café icons across the screen that can only be removed by logging off or clicking them. Clicking also has a small chance to spawn over 5 more buttons at that location, making clicking to remove them tricky if you have a lot on screen. This command is mostly used for trolling other players.
Shows in the upper left corner of the game screen, the frame rate per second and current data in MB / s download.
Shows a graph with the current frame rate per second. The chart can be dragged anywhere on the screen.
Shows the collision boxes and physics of the game at work.
Removes text bubbles above mice. Intended for better videos where you can always see names and hide chat.
Shows the version number. Previously, it showed the "changelog" for the current version (in French). Some descriptions of version updates were kept for months and the descriptions were removed in V1.291.
Opens up a window to write in the Lua scripting language.