Category : BBS Programs+Doors
Archive   : SS!27.ZIP
Filename : FEATURES.NEW

 
Output of file : FEATURES.NEW contained in archive : SS!27.ZIP

Changes in v2.7
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- Fixed a bug in 'Your Stats'.
- Added number of turns left to 'Your Stats'.
- Added SysOp configurable number of turns per day.
- Changed local mode of operation. The SUPRSLOT.CFG file is now read
in this mode. New LOCAL.BAT is included with new calling syntax.

Changes in v2.6a
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- Fixed a problem when running SuperSlots! for the first time with the
/MONTHLY option.
- Corrected cosmetic mistakes (oops).
- Instant On-Line registration is now available with your VISA, MasterCard
or Discover credit card. See the registration section in SS!SYSOP.DOC
for details.
- We have changed our name from <<< B-Ware >>> Software to J & W Software.

Changes in v2.6
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- Added 'Last Bet' to the playing screen as a reminder of the last amount bet.
- Added command line option to reset the score file monthly instead of weekly.
- SuperSlots! will now allow a player to re-enter the DOOR later the same
day and play any remaining turns.

Also please note our new address:

Jim Brewer
9426 N. China Pink Way
Crystal River, FL 32629

Support BBS - Gulf Coast BBS
(904) 563-2547


Changes in v2.5b
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- Super Jackpot was not being reset properly after being won - corrected.
- Hitting [ENTER] alone on first bet now causes 'Invalid Bet, Bet again!'
to be displayed.


Changes in v2.5a
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- Corrected a problem reading SFDOORS.DAT.
- Corrected documentation on upgrading from v2.3.


  3 Responses to “Category : BBS Programs+Doors
Archive   : SS!27.ZIP
Filename : FEATURES.NEW

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