Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : TMHOST22.ZIP
Filename : README.1ST

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** TMHOST22 beta by Bob Wiatr **

1. You **MUST** install all files into the Telemate directory (eg. C:\TM)

**NOT** the script directory. (eg. C:\TM\SCRIPTS)

2. Under The "Options" menu in Telemate. Go to the Directory menu
and change the Scripts Directory to the to the directory
Telemate is in. (eg: C:\TM\)

In fact you could, if you want, move all the scripts to the
Telemate directory. This does make a messy Telemate dir., but
it works.

3. Run the TMHCFG.SCR (Script) next.

4. Below is the set-up I use.
Note below that "H" and "I" are the same. (The telemate directory)
Also note there are no backslashes after the directories name.
º A: New USER Level : 1 K: Colour Change (If ANSI TRUE) º
º B: Normal USER Level : 2 General Bkground : BKBLACK º
º C: SYSOP Level : 3 General Text : FGCYAN º
º D: Detect BAUD rate : ON Hilite Text : FGWHITE º
º E: Initial BAUD rate : 9600 Header Bkground : BKBLUE º
º F: Yell time : 5 seconds Header Text : FGYELLOW º
º G: Yell sound : 1 seconds Special Text : FGYELLOW º
º H: Telemate directory : \TM Local View Box : FGRED º
º I: Host directory : \TM Local Info : FGYELLOW º
º J: Download directory : \DOWNLOADS ANSI : Yes º
º º
º M: Setup or Add Message Areas - Existing Message Areas(10 max) : 2 º
º S: Save configuration and run Host Mode º
º Q: Abort configuration º

5. With this set-up as well with a few minor changes I did,
Tmhost22 should work. If there are any problems contact
Bob Wiatr at Mr. Skid's BBS (312)-248-4799.
***Please note the exact point in the host mode where
problems occur.***

  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : TMHOST22.ZIP
Filename : README.1ST

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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