I've just uploaded a new build of fTelnet. This one includes a couple fixes identified by users, and implements batch downloading. The method for starting a transfer has also changed, rather than the CTRL+ALT+U and CTRL+ALT+D that previous versions used, there's now options on the right-click context-menu. After files are downloaded, options to save them will also be added to this context-menu.

If no big errors exist, I hope to put together a release package in the next day or two so it'll be easier to implement fTelnet on your own site.

I've just launched the new website for fTelnet. It's just a copy of my personal website, partly because I really like the design, partly because I'm too lazy to find another design I like better!

I still need to replace some of the stock images, but as I just mentioned, I'm a little lazy and would rather spend my time coding, so who knows when I'll get around to it!

Today, work has begun on fTelnet! There aren't a lot of choices out there for sysops who want to provide telnet access to their BBS from their website, so I've decided to try to give them a new option.

My aim is to be as good as some of the existing clients out there, while also implementing some much desired features they lack. I don't know if I'll be able to deliver everything that everyone wants, but I'm willing to give it a shot!

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