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  • 215.BRD
  • TPS609.625
  • ARTICLE.416
  • ARTICLE.408
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≥4 Communication Software Reviews ≥1 By: Divine Tyrant The Pirate Syndicate TPW Issue #2 ≥p Well, below are my opinions and those of some other pirates. I reviewed most of the popular communications software out. I hope this helps out on which one you should use. Program: Telix 3.12 Well, I used to use this but I switched over to Telemate. It is very good for low baud rates, meaning 2400 and under. But I've talked to people that have had problems with it, when using high speed modems. It has many features, and is just a normal comm program. Very widely used by pirates. ≥p Program: TeleMate 2.00 This is fucking awesome! I only have a 1200 for now, and Telemate kicks ass with it. I know, for a fact, that the high-speed users don't use this cause it has so much multitasking that it interferes with the high-speed. The only drawbacks that I have noticed are that it reads the comport line by line somehow, I think it is that slows because of th multitasking. And I have not figured out how to use LD codes, if someone has figured it out I'd appreciate the help. It's awesome features include while downloading, you can edit a file, edit dial dir, and even dos shell, but I think that when you shell, it pauses the download. ≥p Program: Qmodem 4.1b This is the one that most HST users use. It has the best comm routines. It has an ANSI scroll-back, and you can have dial prefixes in your dial directory phone number, unlike Tmate. Let's make it short but sweet, use this muthafucka if you have an HST... ≥p Well, that's it for my reviews. I might have an updated version of this review file, if I get that new comm program, Robo-Comm, but I don't think so, cause the name even sounds cheezy.
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