Synchronet v3.19b-Win32 (install) has been released (Jan-2022).

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digital man Beautification
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digital man [Listening] Typo
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 | ''​Pet80Port''​ | 128     | TCP Port used for 80-column PETSCII terminal connections | | ''​Pet80Port''​ | 128     | TCP Port used for 80-column PETSCII terminal connections |
  
-If any incoming TCP Terminal connections are accepted on either of these configured ports, then the terminal will be assumed use PETSCII characters and terminal control sequences.+If any incoming TCP Terminal connections are accepted on either of these configured ports, then the terminal will be assumed ​to use PETSCII characters and terminal control sequences.
  
 The initial terminal //width// (either 40 or 80 columns) will be determined based on which Terminal Server port answered the connection. The initial terminal //width// (either 40 or 80 columns) will be determined based on which Terminal Server port answered the connection.
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 ===== Listening ===== ===== Listening =====
  
-By default, the Synchronet Terminal ​servers ​only listen ​on the standard TCP ports for the protocols ​supports ​(e.g. 23 for Telnet, 513 for RLogin, 22 for SSH). To add support for either or both PETSCII ports, you'll need to add one or both port numbers (following a colon) to one of the comma-separated address values for one of the ''​Interface''​ keys in the ''​[bbs]''​ section of the ''​[[dir:​ctrl]]/​[[config:​sbbs.ini]]''​ file. Example:+By default, the Synchronet Terminal ​server ​only listens ​on the standard TCP ports for the protocols ​supported ​(e.g. 23 for Telnet, 513 for RLogin, 22 for SSH). To add support for either or both PETSCII ports, you'll need to add one or both port numbers (following a colon) to one of the comma-separated address values for one of the ''​Interface''​ keys in the ''​[bbs]''​ section of the ''​[[dir:​ctrl]]/​[[config:​sbbs.ini]]''​ file. Example:
  
   TelnetInterface = 0.0.0.0,​0.0.0.0:​64,​0.0.0.0:​128,::​   TelnetInterface = 0.0.0.0,​0.0.0.0:​64,​0.0.0.0:​128,::​

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