I am using a 1990's version of QEdit to write this bluewave reply. :)
This is great news. I use Qedit in DOSBOX for my QWK mail processing, but
was looking for a good 32-bit console editor to use in 64-bit Windows. I bet TSE can fill that need for me.
... What does it mean?
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From Utopian Galt@21:4/108 to Poindexter Fortran on Wed Dec 21 20:50:47 2022
BY: poindexter FORTRAN(21:4/122)
|11pF|09> |10This is great news. I use Qedit in DOSBOX for my QWK mail processing,|07
|11pF|09> |10but |07
|11pF|09> |10was looking for a good 32-bit console editor to use in 64-bit Windows. I|07
|11pF|09> |10bet |07
|11pF|09> |10TSE can fill that need for me.|07
I use the WWIV Full screen editor for my editing.
From Rushfan@21:2/115 to Utopian Galt on Fri Dec 23 06:15:03 2022
BY: Utopian Galt(21:4/108)
|11UG|09> |10|11pF|09> |10was looking for a good 32-bit console editor to use in|07
|11UG|09> |10|11pF|09> 64-bit Windows. I|07|07
|11UG|09> |10|11pF|09> |10bet |07|07
|11UG|09> |10|11pF|09> |10TSE can fill that need for me.|07|07
|11UG|09> |10I use the WWIV Full screen editor for my editing.|07
I used qedit for years in DOS, although forgot all of the wordstar editing commands over the years, looking forward to checking this out.