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Wow, I'm in awe of your knowledge of this system, Joe! How can I download the color Pterm program? I'd like to check it out. Are you very familiar with the CRPGs I discussed in the piece? If so, I'd love to learn more about them.
Using these TUTOR-like languages was my bread and butter from 1980 through 1995, it was the system I learned to program with, so the Cyber1 resurrection is a blast and I guess I like to give it some props here and there.
To get the colorized Pterm, which first became available in version 4.0.6 (I believe) in mid-late 2006, simply revisit the www.cyber1.org website and follow the installation link. There are Pterms for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and others.
I was never a big RPG gamer, sorry to say, as that is the bulk of the users of Cyber1's interest. But if you do signon to Cyber1 again, be sure and drop a note in notesfiles =gamesnotes=, =frp=, =pad=, or even =pbnotes=. Each of the major games typically has it's own notesfile (forum), so be sure when running one of the games to look for options to go to the associated file.
If you need assistance while on-line, typically myself or one of the other "sysops" are around to respond to a TERM-consult request, if none of us are available the system emails us a notification that you are waiting - I am setup so that such notifications go to my cell phone. To do a TERM-consult, on Mac press CTL-T then type "consult" and press Enter (On Windows you can also press Shift-F2 then "consult"). Or you can do a TERM-talk and enter "stanton/s".
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