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robtillaart

@Eried,
what is THE feature HTERM has that other terminals are lacking? or what is the shoe that kicks the A. ;)
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eried


@Eried,
what is THE feature HTERM has that other terminals are lacking? or what is the shoe that kicks the A. ;)


Hahaha with some German/Dutch wooden shoe I guess. Well I am not sure about *the feature*, it is just rock solid in everything, UI, features, no-bugs. I haven't checked recent monitors however.
My website: http://ried.cl

robtillaart

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with some German/Dutch wooden shoe

that really hurts I know  ;)

Rock solid sounds good, I downloaded HTERM to my desktop and give it a try

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rbright

HTerm seems to lack macro buttons as available in Bray Terminal (Terminal 1.9b). I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong....

eried


HTerm seems to lack macro buttons as available in Bray Terminal (Terminal 1.9b). I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong....


8) In fact is way better in HTerm, you can make sequences in the left panel in a tree-like structure to quicly send them, or use them as 'templates'.
My website: http://ried.cl

Continuing on this subject. Does anybody know some software that can echo a COM port to another COM port?
For example to connect 2 Arduinos to the pc, let them talk to each other, and you can 'listen' to what they are saying in a terminal window.

I'm not using 2 Arduinos, but an Arduino and a device that currently only has a USB plug on it. I will eventually connect the RS232 directly to the Arduino, but looking for a quick solution.

robtillaart

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