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It might improve the overall interface if you found some way of visually distinguishing the CB output lines from the client input lines

It seems to me that colour would be a good way to do that. Just add one more color for input.

And yes, having the new node announcements like im2 would be nifty. im2 is great, except when it goes down sometimes.


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in thread telnet cb client by Coruscate

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