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    • deuce's avatar
      Added Menu item to run SyncTERM under System Options. Requires syncterm · 58ad114b
      deuce authored
      to be in exec directory.
      
      Changed Edit CFG files to Edit CFG/INI files and added sbbs.ini and
      services.ini since newer versions use it.  May take out services.cfg
      later.
      
      (Any reason that it was changed to ini?  Somewhat confusing having some
      cfg and some ini.)
      			- RuneMaster
      
      .ini files are in .ini format, .cfg files are in whatever format seemed like
      a good idea at the time.
      
      Eventually, all the cfg files will be replace with an ini file.
      58ad114b
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    • deuce's avatar
      uedit: Some minor code changes that do not affect functionality. · 08ac2976
      deuce authored
      umonitor:
      Updated copyright date in comment header and startup printf statement.
      
      uedit is now called from umonitor in two places.
      Under System Options as:
      Run User Editor
      This runs uedit as normal
      Edit User
      This runs uedit directly into edit user mode passing user number on the
      commandline and editing the online user directly.  (edtuser gave me the
      clue how to do it.)
      
      uedit is called the same way scfg is called.  This requires that uedit
      is in the cfg.exec_dir.
      
      I realized that having an edit user function on a node with nobody there
      was pretty lame.  Since I wanted Edit User as the first option, I put in
      some code to give a "No User Online!" message for now.  I will better
      tweak the code later.
      
      I did the same for Spy On Node option with a "Spy On Who?? :)" message.
      <g>  Again I will tweak the code to improve this handling.
      
      Added help to most areas.
      
      The menu displayed when hitting enter on a node is now context sensitive
      depending on whether or not a user is online.  It makes no sense to Spy
      On a node that waiting for a caller :) :)
      
      - RuneMaster
      08ac2976
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