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3 Script files, DIAL, EXIT, & FILES for Telix 3.x.
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3 Script files, DIAL, EXIT, & FILES for Telix 3.x.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
DIAL.SLC 24 24 stored
DIAL.SLT 288 190 deflated
EXIT.SLC 24 24 stored
EXIT.SLT 105 89 deflated
FILES.SLC 242 147 deflated
FILES.SLT 935 505 deflated
README 1614 807 deflated

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Contents of the README file


These Files are for telix version 3.xx

All should and could be put on a function key as a 'macro'. Simply use ALT-K
to enter the key edit function. Select the Function key you wish to edit
and enter the following:
@files

Repeat for '@dial' and '@exit' on other function keys, and save

FILES.SLT
Whenever you are on line and wish to see what files you have in your upload
directory for sending to bbs's just hit the proper function key for 'files'.
At the prompt for a 'filespec' you can enter any DOS drive/directory/filename
pattern or just hit return for the default telix upload directory.
Remember that in ALT-O, 'F'ilename setup, you must put a trailing '\' on the
directory name for your upload directory.


EXIT.SLT
'EXIT' simply exits telix back to DOS. Shortcut for ALT-x etc....


DIAL.SLT
'DIAL' reproduces the ALT-D function. Puts you in the dialing directory.
The nice part about the alt-d as a script is that it can also be run when telix
is first loaded by put the following line in your bat file (hopefully you have
one):
c:
cd \telix
telix sdial

(Note! Change the above drive letter & telix directory if you don't use these).
This forces telix to start and run the script which puts you into the dial
directory automatically. In the newer telix Version 3.21 (as with others)
it removes the startup unregistered noticed. And if you are like most....
why in the world did you start telix if you didn't start it to dial someone....
shouldn't this be the default place to go when the program is started!?

Sun 04-18-1993


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