|msgreceive.gz||62k||start/stop and channel select|
|v3_4||Tellique channel select||setup_tqchansel.exe||330k||You need setup_gtk20dll.exe|
|v3_4||Tellique channel select||tqchansel_inst.exe||330k||You need gtkdll_inst.exe|
|tqchansel new||tqchansel old|
With the channel selector you can easily switch-on and off channels on the fly.
This is done by generating the file 'recv-channels.ini'.
Your original recv-channels.ini will be copied to recv-channels.ini.sav. The channel selector wil now use this file to generate a new recv-channels.ini, depending on channels selected.
The program has also a built-in table for all currently known channels. You can choose which source will be used: your original recv-channels.ini or the built-in table. This source will be used to generate a simple button-box (see figures).
The name for each button (channel) is added by the program, but may be changed in the preferences window.
The 'received' directory for each channel is taken from your original recv-channels.ini, or built-in table but may also be adapted in the preferences window.
Important: If you want to change something in the channels file do this in recv-channels.ini.sav, if that file exits, instead of recv-channels.ini. If for whatever reason you don't want to use the selector anymore then copy recv-channels.ini.sav to recv-channels.ini and remove recv-channels.ini.sav.