To bring up this window, right click Mojo’s on-game icon (the small blue square with an M on it that appears in the game window) and select ‘Show client info’.
Game.dll build time is the last time the DAOC client program was modified by Broadsword. The time is shown in three ways: in ordinary English, as a Unix timestamp, and as the number of days that have elapsed from that moment until now.
DirectX mode can be Windowed or Fullscreen. This is an operating system setting made by the client. It’s not the same as the choice you make on DAOC’s Options window. For more info, see DirectX Mode in DAOC.
Priority is the process priority of this instance of the client. To set this with Mojo, go to Settings on Mojo’s main menu and select ‘Set DAOC client options’.
User.dat path is the path of the copy of user.dat that was loaded by this instance of the client. This file contains the client’s options settings.
This page was first published on May 27, 2020, last revised on September 1, 2020, and last republished on September 1, 2020.