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Display suggestion - Beery Miller - 01-12-2018

If I may, can I offer a suggestion for the display.  Is it possible to display what the current baud rate configuration is for the device?  I've been testing various terminal emulators and going through various baud rates trying to determine what the limits are on transferring display data and file transfer speed.

It would sure help if when I came back the next day on asking myself what was the last baud rate I was using, etc.  It may also help prevent the need for doing the hard reset.

Beery


RE: Display suggestion - Kailef - 01-14-2018

That's a smart idea.


RE: Display suggestion - admin - 01-14-2018

I am looking at adding some rotating screens to show various data.


RE: Display suggestion - Beery Miller - 02-01-2018

Another feature request, if it is possible.

It used to be with modems, if I was sending an "ATDT(phone number)", if the line was busy, I could do an "A/" and it would use the last command string again. This was good for manual autoredialing a BBS as one was waiting for a BBS connection. For Telnet connections, this is less likely to be an issue if the BBS software they are calling supports multiple connections.

However, I do have a couple of BBS's I have been calling that are busy, or if I call back too quick, they are not ready to answer yet. Thus, if I could simply do an "A/", it would save a lot of typing.

If it is possible to buffer that command to reprocess the last previous issue command, it would be nice.

Beery


RE: Display suggestion - admin - 02-01-2018

Yep, A/ is on my list of things "to do".