│ Does that you can revert it now, now that you know why it was there?
│ (Just askin')
As the original poster of the message in question, I am 99.9% certain that it happened because I posted it in the wrong echo. Once I reposted it in the ADS echo, no one complained and it looked better on the board I checked it on
That said, I am not sure it needs to be changed. I think it worked as it should have.
As the original poster of the message in question, I am 99.9% certain that it happened because I posted it in the wrong echo. Once I reposted it in the ADS echo, no one complained and it looked better on the board I checked
What software did you use to post the original message in this echo?
Was it the *same* software you used to post the message in the ADS echo?
Perhaps, but I still would like to know: what software is replacing ESC with `
n ANSI-encoded text, and under what conditions?
If it's your BBS software, what BBS software is that? Is this message area con
gured somehow differently from the "Ads" message area that would cause it to b
It is configured to 7-bit ASCII, where the ADS echo is configured at
When the message was transmitted from that board to a Magicka system,
did display mostly correct... it was in color and quite legible, but
high-ASCII had been converted. So that there was an issue was not immediately apparently. On Synchronet and, apparently, Mystic, it
was not legible at all.
apam wrote to MIKE POWELL <=-
Was the message to magicka sent on from the 8-bit ADS echo or the 7-bit FSX_BBS echo? (Sorry, it wasn't clear to me)
The ESC character isn't high ascii, but perhaps GT-POWER does some
extra conversion for non-printable characters?
Might be worth downloading GT-POWER and having a play, though i think
the website is gone?
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