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  • TELIX Disclaimer
    respect to this software and accompanying documentation IN NO EVENT SHALL DELTACOMM DEVELOPMENT INC BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES INCLUDING DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFITS BUSINESS INTERRUPTION LOSS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION OR OTHER PECUNIARY LOSS ARISING OUT OF THE

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  • TELIX Licence
    than one person at the same time without making an illegal copy Users are granted a limited license to use the User Supported trial version of Telix for a limited evaluation period of up to 45 days in order to determine if it suits their needs Any other use of Telix or use past this period requires registration All users are granted a limited license to copy the User Supported version of Telix only for the purpose of allowing others to try it subject to the above restrictions as well as these Telix must be distributed in absolutely unmodified form including ALL program documentation and other files Telix may not be included with any other product for any reason whatsoever without a license from deltaComm Development Inc No charge or payment may be levied or accepted for Telix Bulletin Board system operators may post the unregistered User Supported version of Telix on their BBS for downloading by their users without written permission only if the above conditions are met and only if no special fee is necessary to access the Telix files a general fee to access the BBS is ok Distributors of User Supported and Public Domain software MUST

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  • TELIX Ordering/Registration
    and more A one year subscription to deltaComm Online including access to all of the above features and more is included with your order Payment may be in the form of check money order or with a VISA or Mastercard We also accept corporate purchase orders for amounts of 44 US and over All US dollar checks must be drawn on a US bank and all Canadian dollar checks must be drawn on a Canadian bank Note that we quote equivalent prices in both US and CDN but as we are a US company all credit card orders will be billed in US and your card statement will show any conversion between currencies To place an order please use the order form on the following page or call us toll free from North America at 800 TLX 8000 or at 919 460 4556 with your VISA or Mastercard ready Previously registered owners of Telix may use the 3 22 evaluation release at no charge or may use the posted patch files to upgrade registered 3 12 or later copies with serial numbers to the latest minor revision Users who have registered but do not have serial numbers some versions of 3 11 and prior will need to purchase an update disk for 10 US Shipping is 10 for a single copy shipped via Second Day Air within the United States and via Air Mail to other areas Please call 800 859 8000 or 919 460 4556 for shipping price on orders for multiple copies of Telix Quantity and Corporate Purchases The order form on the following may be used to purchase multiple copies of Telix with discounts as follows 1 10 copies no discount 11 20 copies 10 discount 21 50 copies 15 discount 51 100 copies 22 discount 101

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  • FILE.2 / CHAPTER.2
    mode While in this mode any nor mal ASCII characters you type will be sent to the modem port and any incoming characters will be printed on the screen It is from the terminal mode that most Telix commands are initiated Most commands are selected by pressing two keys at the same time For example to access the dialing directory you would press Alt D That is while holding down the Alt key you press the D key Table Of Topics TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 3 1 The Help Status Screen While in terminal mode pressing the Alt Z sequence will switch you to a help screen showing you a summary of all the available commands If the key for a command is pressed while the help screen is still on the screen will be turned off and the command will be executed On the bottom of the help status screen is some information regarding some current settings and the status of the current connection as follows in slightly compressed form Time 10 39 00 Online No Capture Off Date 06 29 91 Printer Off Baud 2400 Terminal VT102 Script None Port COM1 Reg Key TELIX KEY Add LF Off Dial Dir TELIX FON Items included are the current time and date the connect status the elapsed time for the call in progress the current communications parameters the state of the capture file and printer the currently executing script file if there is one the current dialing direc tory the current keyboard macro definition file and a few other items Table Of Topics TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 3 2 The Status Line Telix has an optional status line which may be displayed at the bottom or top of the screen it may be controlled via the Telix Configuration Menu or toggled on off by pressing Alt 8 in terminal Mode The sta tus line displays the current communications setting such as baud rate and parity the state of the Capture file whether or not the printer is on the currently executing script file scripts are explained elsewhere and whether Telix is On line or Off line The following is an example of a status line and what each section can contain The Status Line example screen display can not be shown in the DOC file format Telix manual due to width limitations Table Of Topics TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 4 Communications Parameters Pressing Alt P allows you to change the Communications Parameters This is the format in which Telix sends data over the modem and ex pects to receive it in After pressing Alt P a window is displayed with the current parameters at the top and the options in the rest of the window To change a value press the letter or number of the set ting you want Comm Parameters Current 2400 N 8 1 COM1 Speed Parity Data A 300 J None Q 7 B 1200 K Even R 8 C 2400 L Odd D 4800 M

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  • TELIX Features
    for a specific terminal you would always select the user table Telix will present the following menu Load Save Clear Display displayKey Edit eXit To load definitions from a previously saved key definition file into memory select the Load option Telix will ask for the name of the key definition file and use the extension KEY if none is speci fied Current key assignments will be cleared The standard key defi nition file is TELIX KEY and is loaded at start up if it exists To save the current key definitions to a disk file select the Save option Telix will ask what file to save them to and use the exten sion KEY if none is specified Selecting Clear will clear all the current key definitions in this table Selecting Display will show what text is assigned to each key Selecting displayKey will allow you to look at what is assigned to one specific key by pressing it when prompted To actually enter or edit the text assigned to a key select Edit Telix will print the existing definition and allow you to edit it En ter the characters that you want the key to send when pressed Control characters and pauses can be included in the definition in the manner described previously in the manual under Output String Translation Remember that if you make any changes they will be lost when you exit Telix unless you use the Save option as described above to save them to disk Telix also allows you to run a script file when a certain function key is pressed If a function key definition has an character as its first character Telix will assume the rest of the definition is the name of a script file and will try to execute it For example press ing the function key whose definition is logon would run the script file called LOGON SLC If you really want to send out an character as the first character in the key definition then use two of them in stead e g the definition Hello would send out Hello Table of Topics DOS Shell Pressing Alt J will let you jump to a DOS shell You will see the DOS prompt and will be able execute any DOS command for example dir If there is enough memory left you can even run programs There is an option described later in the configuration section that allows you to free up most of the computer s memory when shelling to DOS To exit the DOS shell type exit and press Return You will be back in Telix with the screen undisturbed from before your jump to the shell In order to run the DOS shell there must be enough memory left and Telix must be able to find the file called COMMAND COM If either of these requirements is not met Telix will tell you so The file COMMAND COM is the DOS command interpreter It is usually pointed to by the DOS environment variable COMSPEC See your DOS manual for more information If you run a serial port related program in the shell there is a good chance that it will re initialize the com port and another piece of information called the com interrupt vector If this happens Telix will notice and re initialize the port to the old values when you return from the shell Table of Topics DOS Command Pressing Alt V allows you to enter one DOS command or filename to run This command is then executed and control is returned to Telix As can be seen this is similar to the DOS shell but is useful when you have only one command to enter There are many uses for this command For example if your file viewing utility is called List you could press Alt V and then enter List TELIX DOC This would load your file view utility and let you look at the TELIX DOC file After you termi nated this program you would be back in Telix Any DOS command is le gal for example copy a ZIP c or ren data dat1 If for some reason you might want Telix to pause after the command is finished add a character to the end of the command string for example type TELIX DOC This stops the last screen full typed from scrolling by too quickly when control returns to Telix Table of Topics Editor Pressing Alt A will allow you to run your favorite editor from within Telix In order to do this you must go to the Configuration Menu and supply the full name and path of your editor in the Filenames and paths area As well there must be enough memory left and if you specified a batch file to be run Telix must be able to find the DOS command processor COMMAND COM Table of Topics DOS and File Functions Pressing Alt F will display a menu of some common DOS operations For convenience a few commands available elsewhere have been included Jump to DOS Shell This performs the same function as the Alt J command Files Directory Telix will prompt you for the optional filespec for example DOC If you want to list all the files in the current directory then just press Return Telix will then do one of two things If you have defined a directory program to use in the Configuration Menu Telix will run it Otherwise Telix will use its own inter nal directory program which is similar to the DOS dir command but also displays the time it would take to transfer each file shown The time is correct for the current default upload file transfer protocol Change Drive Directory The current directory is displayed and you are asked to enter a new one You can enter a new drive a new directory or both This will become the current directory Note that this is slightly different from the DOS chdir command

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  • FILE.4 - CHAPTER.4
    dial a user entered list of entries by selecting the List function from the dialing directory menu Telix will ask you to enter up to 10 entries to dial in sequence to make List dialing even more convenient you may also select the List function by pressing a numeric key while in the dialing directory menu this number is then carried over and entered as the first digit in the string you are asked to enter While you are entering the list of entries to dial you may also scroll through the directory as described above If you specify more than one entry to dial each should be separated by a space Sometimes you may want to dial a number that is not in the dialing di rectory To do this select the Manual option of the dialing directory menu which stands for manual dial You will be asked to enter a number to be sent to the modem Whatever you supply will be sent out exactly as is except for Long Distance codes see below which are still valid Table Of Topics TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 6 1 Long Distance Codes A Long Distance code is an advanced dialing option which adds some flexibility There are four Long Distance code characters and which when encountered while dialing expand to user defined strings see section below on revising Long distance codes If Telix is dialing a number from a dialing directory entry and one of the Long Distance code characters is encountered in the number Telix will instead send whatever string has been assigned to that code For example a dialing directory entry could contain the phone number 967 1111 If the string 9 was assigned to the LD code character Telix when dialing this entry would first send the 9 fol lowed by the commas and then send the rest of the digits LD codes may also be used with the List dial function When you place one of them in front of or behind an entry number to dial it will be expanded to a string For example you could have the exclamation sign be expanded to 9 or any string you specify You may place up to 3 Long Distances codes in front and one Long Distance code after each entry number For example specifying the entry 21 would send the string for the Long Distance code followed by the number from entry 21 followed by the string for Long Distance code The string 10 15 20 entered at the prompt would dial entry 10 then entry 15 with a Long Distance code in front of it and finally entry number 20 with a Long Distance code after it These numbers are redialed repeatedly until a connection is reached To learn about the redial window see the Redial function below Table Of Topics TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 7 Other Functions Selecting Other from the dialing directory menu will present a menu of secondary functions dealing with the

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  • Telix External Protocols Support
    the file You may use the wildcard characters and see your DOS manual for more information about wildcard characters You may change the currently displayed upload path by entering a new path here Filelist This window contains the files in the currently displayed upload path This window may contain a maximum of approximately 700 files Files listed in this window may be added to the Tagged Files List by highlighting the file and pressing Enter or Space If you wish to add or remove all files in this window both those on and off the screen to or from the Tagged File List you may do so with F3 and F4 respectively Drives This window contains a list of all available disks in your system except for floppy drives Users of removable disks such as Bernoulli boxes may have to load a cartridge to upload a file You may change the drive on which the Filelist is read from by selecting a new drive from this window During the file transfer a full status window is displayed unless you are using ASCII protocol in which case only a status line is displayed Information shown is the expected time the transfer will take the time remaining the number of bytes to send the number of bytes left and an approximate Character Per Second rating which can give an idea of the effective speed of the transfer To abort a transfer at any time press the Escape key Table of Topics File Transfer Protocols Xmodem Xmodem is often called the lowest common denominator protocol and is the father protocol of many others Xmodem sends files in blocks of 128 characters at a time When the receiving computer is satisfied that the block has arrived intact it signals so and waits for the next block Error checking is a checksum or a more sophisticated Cyclic Redundancy Check Telix supports both and will automatically use the right one During a download Telix will attempt to use the CRC but will switch to checksum if it seems the host does not support CRC The Xmodem protocol also needs a setup of no parity 8 data bits and 1 stop bit If your communications parameters are different from these when you start an Xmodem transfer Telix will switch to the required setup for the transfer and back to the original setup after it is finished In the Configuration Menu you may enabled Relaxed Xmodem timing This is for use with remote services that can not tolerate strict timing during Xmodem transfers Xmodem 1k This is a small variation of the above that uses blocks that are 1 Kilobyte 1024 bytes in size This protocol is still mistakenly called Ymodem by many programs but people are gradually moving over to the proper name Xmodem 1k g This is a variation of the above that is meant for error free channels such as error correcting modems or null modem cable links between two computers It achieves great speed

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  • FILE.7 / CHAPTER.7
    this terminal to make screen dis play more interesting and colorful This emulation supports some known bugs in the DOS ANSI SYS driver that are not part of the ANSI standard per se The ANSI KEY file contains definitions for the arrow keys and is au tomatically read when this terminal is selected These definitions are supported by some full screen editors for example Table Of Topics TABLE OF CONTENTS 7 3 ANSI This is the real ANSI terminal type defined by the American National Standards Institute Many BBS programs when told to do so can send sequences supported by this terminal to make screen display more in teresting and colorful This conforms to the ANSI committee defini tions of ANSI Table Of Topics TABLE OF CONTENTS 7 4 VT102 The DEC VT102 terminal is one of the most popular and most emulated terminals in existence It was developed by Digital Equipment Corpora tion The VT102 terminal has a large number of functions Telix sup ports all of these except for 132 column mode and double height mode As well Telix only emulates double width mode by adding a space af ter every character Telix fully supports both normal and application cursor mode in VT em ulation The VT102 keyboard layout used by Telix is stored in the VT102 KEY file which is automatically read by Telix when VT102 termi nal emulation is selected Once Telix has loaded this into memory the definitions can be edited through the use of the Alt K Keyboard macros function The default keyboard layout is best suited for the newer 101 key style keyboards with separate arrow and numeric keypads and functions keys across the top In this layout press F1 to F4 to simulate the VT s PF1 to PF4 With the NumLock

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