Re: Using the CHAT window

Bill Neisius (neisius@netcom.com)
Sun, 10 Mar 1996 19:51:41 -0800


> I have a question for the experts. I'm using the Cornell version W0.84B7,
and
> I can connect to other people (sometimes) and reflectors (sometimes). They
> all see me, and I can see them. However, when using the CHAT window, no one
> can see the text that I enter, and I can see the conversations going on. I
> can also send text printed to my image, and people see that.

> Any hints of what could be wrong? Thank you in advance for your replies.

I've used both the Cornell and WhitePine versions; under Windows 3.1 and Win95;
on a 486 and a Pentium; with SLIP, CSLIP and PPP... and have never been able
to send any chat messages.

My suspicion is that somehow SLiRP is involved: that's been the only common
factor in all the connections. or maybe it's just SLiRP running on Netcom...

Pausing the video, disabling the video, closing/opening chat window... none
of that has any affect on the problem.

Bill Neisius
neisius@netcom.com