AT_Telnet was originally developed by Tom Hunt in and around 2000 and BF2K+ took it over about this time. It is a PC-based terminal client for accessing ATASCII BBSs on the internet from your PC. Refreshed by BootFactory BBS Sysop BF2K+ AT_Connect II has been released with new features and functionality.
Connect to Atari internet BBSes in ATASCII mode.
Use the BBS Editor to maintain your BBS list with all setup options in an INI
compatible text file.
BBS File holds 255 BBSes (currently)
ATASCII graphics in 40 or 80 columns.
Capture your BBS sessions to text files that can be played back in AT_Connect.
Dump the screen contents to a bitmap file or printer (40 column mode only).
10 unique Macros for each BBS. The content of these macros can optionally be
hidden from sight and encrypted in the BBS file.
Connect on any port.
Each BBS can have multiple port designations.
Allows you to save a website for each BBS in the list and shell to your browser to
connect to that website.
Can filter out unwanted characters (ATASCII code 0) generated by the LANtronix
devices that many current BBS sysops use to connect their Atari machines to the
internet these days.
Simulate the baud rates of yesterday using the BaudSim mode.
A 'stay alive' mode keeps you connected to the BBS while operating in BaudSim
Use a PC-based Text Window Editor (The Box) with full PC editing options for
entering messages or pasting text into a BBS.
Detect URLs in the data stream and make them available to your favorite
browser via 1-click.
Use the ATEditor to capture, edit and send macro-like strings of ATASCII
characters... graphics, inverse, control and text.
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