Cheers Intric8! I thought AT3 may have had an ANSI mode, hence why I was so tentative in claiming that it didn't support ANSI.intric8 wrote:Dude - thanks for the link. I'm always on the hunt for more Terminal programs to contrast and compare. I'll definitely check it out. Looks like it has a bazillion different options. If it lets me customize the color palette and font sizes (like A-Talk III) I'll call that a keeper.
FWIW, AT3 does support ANSI. It's on a mouse-over selection under the "Terminal > Emulator" menus.
Everything just seems like a compromise, what you gain under one terminal package you loose in another. One package is stable, the other is not, a constant battle! Thanks for the comments.Zippy Zapp wrote:Cool, thanks for sharing. I remember back when we were using this stuff new, we were always on the hunt for the ultimate Terminal program both in the 64 and Amiga days. I can't even count how many terminals we tried out then. I have a vague recollection of Term. I think at some point we were using Terminus. I say "we" because it was usually not just me, but my 64/Amiga friends too as we were all borderline obsessed with terminal hunting.
Cheers my friend! When I'm not using 64Door on PETSCII sites, this is my terminal software of choice.LambdaCalculus wrote:I think I may have found myself a terminal program for AmigaOS 3.x at last.