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Syncterm is a portable terminal emulator that is popular for BBS users. It supports various ANSI protocols, has support for X,Y,Zmodem transfers, and it can connect via telnet, ssh, rsh & direct serial connections.
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Information from the homepage
SyncTERM is a BBS terminal program which supports: Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP, Linux, OpenBSD, NetBSD, OS X , and FreeBSD X/Y/ZModem up/downloads Runs in full-screen mode on ALL platforms (ALT-Enter switches modes) *nix versions will run using SDL, X11, or using curses Full ANSI-BBS support Full CGTerm Commodore 64 PETSCII support Full Atari 8-bit ATASCII support DoorWay support Support for IBM low and high ASCII including the face graphics (☺ and ☻) and card symbols (♥, ♦, ♣, and ♠) which so many other terms have problems with (may not work in curses mode... depends on the terminal being used). Phone books Multiple screen modes (80x25, 80x28, 80x43, 80x50, 80x60, 132x25, 132x28, 132x30, 132x34, 132x43, 132x50, 132x60) ANSI Music (through the sound card if installed) Telnet, RLogin, SSH, RAW, modem, and direct serial connections Auto-login with Synchronet RLogin Large Scrollback Mouse-driven menus Copy/Paste Supports character pacing for ANSI animation as well as the VT500 ESC[*r sequence to allow dynamic speed changes Comes with 37 standard fonts and allows the BBS to change the current font *and* upload custom fonts. This tool will allow you to create fonts for use with SyncTERM. Supports Operation Overkill ][ Terminal emulation