craftsman1234 wrote:With my set up 2400 bauds works great with no errors.
Great to hear.
craftsman1234 wrote:The address book does work but Iong names can not be entered. Particlesbbs.dyndns.org will not fit. Luckily TCPSER has an address feature so I have the BBS names as "1". So the address book works this way.
I believe all of the internet modem solutions contain an address book feature, which is why I wasn't worried about the 13 character limit. Unlike CCGMS on the C64, only having 22 chars across posed a lot of logistical problems that I wasn't comfortable trying to work around in assembler (yet).
craftsman1234 wrote:On ParticlesBBS there is a feature that that you can have all the messages in a thread play back continuously. This works well if you have a buffer to store to and allows you to read the info later. This sends a lot of data across and the program handles it well and I can't see any errors. When doing this I have noticed it does not stop most of the time when you press a key. It should abort to the end of the message and go back to normal reading mode. I'm going to test this more at 1200 baud.
I'm not an assembler expert by any means. There is a lot of unrolled loops in the code and because of that it uses a LOT of the RAM in the system. Also, the font takes up another 8k, and the three screens take up about 1/2 K, I could possibly stick a buffer in bank 5, but I'd have to really think about how to do it.
craftsman1234 wrote:Also a suggestion on the Function key. I would move the BAUD rate to a different key. Seem that since F1 selects the menu and baud I seem to be always inadvertently changing the Baud rate.
Hmm, hadn't thought of this. I may swap F1 and F2, but then you'd be jumping to the address book. I wanted to keep the function keys consistent between the screens where possible.
craftsman1234 wrote:A small buffer will be nice and of course the ability to download files (with a dos command feature)
I'm working on adding PUNTER right now. I might be able to finagle a wedge in there, too.
craftsman1234 wrote:This works really good and been having a lot of fun testing it.
Thank you. I put a lot of effort into it.