A window that prints out actions either in game or in the editor that shows every action that takes place. Map - The file that is saved which contains all of the placed actor properties and thus the layout of the entire scene you've created.
A copy of what you RP. For example, when you take a lesson, you can log it so that everything that shows on the screen is saved to a file for later use. Refers to a variety of role-playing games, all of which start in 'M'. The astericks mean that any letter can fit in those spaces - thus, when you say M**, you're covering MOOs, MUDs, MUCKs, MUSHes... and more. It's simply a bit more accurate than saying something like 'I play on many MOOs' when you really mean that you play on many games, some of which are MOOs and some of which are, say, MUSHes. Thus, 'I play on many M**s'.
There are no equivalents to NBOR Logs in other software. It is not like a conventional computer file. Logs are fully-operational environments that capture the entire graphical content, activity, functionality, context and operability of everything that exists in Blackspace at a certain point in time. Logs are always interactive; namely, you can modify and/or operate all items within them. This includes all text, pictures, devices, sketches, documents, Dyomations, and equipment that exist at the time you save a log.