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Windows v1.15d released August 6th, 1996
An unfortunate flaw that crept into v1.15c is corrected with this version of Telix for Windows. If you've been experiencing the "new version available" dialog that was supposed to go away after only three displays, but seems to appear every time on your copy, you will want to get this new version. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience that this dialog may have caused -- it was not our intention to nag our customers into upgrading, nor to annoy anyone. This dialog was meant to be shown only very briefly, for three executions, and then it was never to have been seen again.
Those responsible have been sacked.
You may acquire a patch file to go from v1.15c to 1.15d here.
You may acquire a patch file to go from v1.10a or v1.15a to 1.15d here.
becomes a full-fledged ISP
deltaComm Online moves into the future as it installs complete Internet Service access tools and becomes a complete Internet Service Provider in the Triangle area, offering all amenities of the Internet to Triangle users, including top-notch customer service and a variety of competitive pricing plans to fit the needs of the occasional user and the 'Nethead alike.
DOS 3.51 released May 22nd, 1996
Telix for DOS version 3.51 was released to production and was posted in it shareware form today. This exciting update adds many features long requested by users, such as integrated mouse support, pull-down menus, network (Int-14, EBIOS) support, FOSSIL support, and multi-lingual translations for French, Dutch, German, Spanish, Italian and Czech users.
Windows v1.15c released April 15th, 1996.
Telix for Windows version 1.15c was released today to correct a few final aesthetic problems in the program and to solve an obscure and infrequently occuring upload crash. Telix for Windows remains the leading shareware communications program for Microsoft Windows.
Development signs retail licensing agreement
deltaComm Development, Inc. signed an affiliate label reseller agreement with Phoenix-based FormGen, Inc. This agreement will place Telix for Windows and future offerings into the retail channel, in stores such as CompUSA, Best Buy, Fry's Electronics and Egghead Software by Christmas 1995.
Windows named "Best Major Application" of 1995
Telix for Windows v1.10 was named the best major application of 1995 by the Shareware Industry Awards Foundation, an industry panel of software experts who gather to laud the best applications of the year at the Shareware Industry Conference, held this year in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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