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    AV - User's chat availability for user to user chat (Yes or No)    AV - User's chat availability for user to user chat (Yes or No)
    BD - User's baud rate (returns TELNET or LOCAL) (may be removed)    BD - User's baud rate (returns TELNET or LOCAL) (may be removed)
-   BI - User'birthdate in their selected date format+   BI - User'birth date in their selected date format
    BN - BBS name from System configuration    BN - BBS name from System configuration
    CM - User's full screen node chat setting (On or Off)    CM - User's full screen node chat setting (On or Off)
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    FK - User's total uploads in kilobytes     FK - User's total uploads in kilobytes 
    FO - User's first call date in their selected date format    FO - User's first call date in their selected date format
 +   FS - User's file group (short name)
    FT - Total number of files in current file base (dynamic)    FT - Total number of files in current file base (dynamic)
    FU - User's total number of files uploaded    FU - User's total number of files uploaded
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    MD - Menu description of the current menu (from menu flags)    MD - Menu description of the current menu (from menu flags)
    ME - User's total number of e-mails sent    ME - User's total number of e-mails sent
 +   MF - Shows number of draft messages saved for the current user
    MG - User's current message group name    MG - User's current message group name
    ML - User's lightbar message index setting (On or Off)    ML - User's lightbar message index setting (On or Off)
    MN - Network address of current message base    MN - Network address of current message base
    MP - User's total number of message posts    MP - User's total number of message posts
 +   MS - User's message group (short name)
    MT - Total number of messages in current message base (dynamic)    MT - Total number of messages in current message base (dynamic)
    ND - Current node number    ND - Current node number
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    UM - User's lightbar message index setting (On of Off)    UM - User's lightbar message index setting (On of Off)
    UN - User's real name    UN - User's real name
 +   UO - User's country of origin (as detected by IP/Country blocking)
    UP - User's Home phone number    UP - User's Home phone number
    UQ - User's full screen editor quote mode (Standard or Lightbar)    UQ - User's full screen editor quote mode (Standard or Lightbar)
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    BS   - Sends 1 destructive backspace sequence (ASCII 8-32-8)    BS   - Sends 1 destructive backspace sequence (ASCII 8-32-8)
    CL   - Clears the screen (ANSI 1,1 locate and [2J or ASCII 12)    CL   - Clears the screen (ANSI 1,1 locate and [2J or ASCII 12)
 +   CN   - Turns iCE colors OFF (if terminal supports it)
    CR   - Send a carrage return and line feed (move to next line)    CR   - Send a carrage return and line feed (move to next line)
 +   CY   - Turns iCE colors ON (if terminal supports it)
    RA   - Restore the saved text attribute color    RA   - Restore the saved text attribute color
    RS   - Restore the saved user's terminal screen    RS   - Restore the saved user's terminal screen
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    -N   - Forces the next Yes/No prompt to default to a No answer    -N   - Forces the next Yes/No prompt to default to a No answer
    -Y   - Forces the next Yes/No prompt to default to a Yes answer    -Y   - Forces the next Yes/No prompt to default to a Yes answer
 +   IB   - Turns off input barrier for the next string input
    IF   - Turns off the input field background color for the next input    IF   - Turns off the input field background color for the next input
           prompt.           prompt.
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 This section contains codes that are the special snowflakes of Mystic BBS!  They do not fit well into any of the other categories of codes, so they find a home here.  While they may be different, it does not mean that they're any less capable! This section contains codes that are the special snowflakes of Mystic BBS!  They do not fit well into any of the other categories of codes, so they find a home here.  While they may be different, it does not mean that they're any less capable!
  
 +   AA   - Used in display files to enable aborting of the display file
    AO   - Used in display files to disable aborting of the display file    AO   - Used in display files to disable aborting of the display file
    BE   - Sends a ^G character (causes some but not all terminals to beep)    BE   - Sends a ^G character (causes some but not all terminals to beep)
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