VisiTerm working version

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VisiTerm working version

Hi,

where can I find a command reference or manual for Visiterm?

Edit: The problem is, that VisiTerm just offers "comm slot: local" and there is no change possible - that can not be because I found several documentation about the work with VisiTerm where slot #2 was set ... maybe the asimov version is faulty ...

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Edit: does anyone have a working version of VisiTerm where you can change the "comm slot" to "#2" ?

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Did you ever get an answer for this?

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No, I never got a working answer.

Thanks wishtoknow - but the version on that link has also the same problem ...

Maybe it is a copy protection that has been never cracked ... work for @a2_4am ...

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Yes - all do have the same problem - no change of the comm slot possible!

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When searching the internet about some documentation I came across the following link.

https://archive.org/details/a2_Visiterm_1981_Personal_Software

Scrolling down you will find some commands listed like:

Text found in Visiterm_1981_Personal_Software.do/INIT.bas:

10 HOME (update by myself: CLEAR SCREEN (HOME))
20 PRINT "BLOAD VISITERM"
69 POKE 8462,41 unsure what this is doing
70 CALL 8192 (update by myself: ENTER BASIC AND RESET (INTEGER BASIC KILL))

What are they doing... I'm not very familiar with peeks & pokes, even calls?

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