On Tue, Feb 19, 2002 at 06:54:45PM +0000, Niall Brady wrote:
> for the handiness of being able to wander around to net cafes when
> travelling, or in offices/colleges where the machines are too tightly
> locked down to allow you to import a .reg file...
>> [although ye may as well just compile a custom version which has all yer
> settings compiled in, so
took the custom compile option, I have binaries with built-in
saved sessions and some with buttons with everything I need.
(http://redbrick.dcu.ie/download/putty.exe is one such, with
two extra buttons, the previous had 5, bah couldnt fit them)
If anyone else has either borland (which you can get for free
now) or vc++ ling around on their machine , I can forward the
patch, or just post it somewhere.
colmmacc at redbrick.dcu.iewebmaster at redbrick.dcu.ie
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