It's author is Adam Fanello of Bugsoft. Adam has, as of now, dropped support for the program and released it to the public domain. It is now made available by Mike Martin.
Centipede 128 has it's own web page for more information. http://www.snowpig.org/centipede.
Computer : Commodore 128 in 128 mode Video : 80 column RGB only Drives : Commodore drives, full CMD support, REU support Modems : 1650, 1660, 1670, Hayes, RS232, Swiftlink, 100-230,400 baud Input : Keyboard Output : Printer RAM use : As a swap area for system modules Special : 1571 flippy support
Pgm Struct : Large overlayed modules Menu Struct : Text changable, hotkey system (definable keys) Translation : ASCII, full CBM graphics, ANSI Access : 9 levels, semi-flexible definitions Handle/ID : Handles allowed, listed by ID number User info : Name, phone, handle, xfer blks, last call, baud, etc User Logs : Full keystroke log kept in memory, backed up to disk Calls/Time : Definable per access level, includes idle timer Network : Proprietary system (Net64), Comlink, and CommNet Customizing : Relatively easy, all code in uncompiled BASIC Programs : BASIC interpreted code, easy to change Displays : Most displays are SEQ files, text lines in BASIC Commands : Command keys changable only Areas : Most options accessed from single main area E-mail : From main menu Messages : From main menu Transfers : From main menu Network : Integrated with networked functions Programs : From main menu Text : Separate menu User Cmds : From main menu SysOp : From main menu Voting : From main menu, selection system News : Not implemented Help : Separate menu, extensive Other :
Offline : SEQ file, complete configuration/setup editors Online : Multi-mode chat, user access, programmable alt keys Remote : User, transfers, message editors; CBM-DOS shell On-L Display: User info line before prompt, user ac W.F.C. Utils: Terminal program, local logon Chatting : From legal areas, has split screen option User : Complete user editor Msg Bases : SubOp control, message editing Transfers : File editors and SubOp controls Programs : Extra programs integrated with main program Network : Unknown Drives : CBM-DOS shell, nice little extras Terminal : Full featured terminal program
Structure : N/A Header : N/A Weeding : N/A Display : N/A
Structure : Linear, with linked threads Bases : 15 Named bases with catagories, both access restricted Limits : All messages on bases under message limit for that base : Weeded during auto-maintenance Reading : By number, or global new reading Headers : Name, date, subject Format : Color graphics, cursor movements, etc Writing : Replies and new posts under same limits, access restr. Anonymous : Anonymous posts allowed with access Network : Supported Other : Scanning, quoting supported
Structure : Full screen and line editor Commands : Meta commands from a blank line Editing : Search/replace, deleting, or on-screen Formatting : Word wrap, uppercase graphics Graphics : Full color/gfx, cursor movements, smart delete
Bases : 26 Named bases, divided into catagories, listed by letter Storage : Directory files kept per base Limits : Maintained by SysOp/SubOp Credits : Definable ratio Protocols : Xmodem (CHK,CRC,1K), Punter (multi), Ymodem (bat), ASCII Headers : Blocks, filename, type, date Selection : By filename Listing : Global new files listing supported Network : Not supported Other : Full screen file selector
Structure : Linear list of titled files Storage : As standard SEQ files Network : Not supported Other : Downloading
Structure : Options from main menu, and message base reading Sending : By ID number, handle, or as reply Receiving : On command, or at logon Network : Supported Other : File attachments supported
Structure : From main menu Programs : Integrated into program, explicit interaction w/ BBS Network : Not supported Other :
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