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Date: Fri, 02 Nov 2018 05:35:56 -0600
Subject: Re: Fidomsg
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On 11/01/18, Ruben Figueroa said the following...
That's what I'm getting now, I had it working before I changed my setup to use a XP VM under W10 so I'm thinking it has something to do wit.
It reads the nodelist and very slowly but it doesn't find the node# ent
if I use PXtools I can search the nodelist just fine so thinking thenodelist
isn't the problem.
Well I did find fidomsg.zip file which has the source file. I looked at it and if I read it right it looks for drive and folder. But I am not a programmer so I will need to find someone to take a look at it to maybe only look for the path without the drive desginator.
Which part of the WCC file are you lookcing at?
--- Mystic BBS v1.12 A39 2018/04/21 (Linux/64)
* Origin: New Mystic BBS (1:116/18.1)