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 ====== Frequently Asked Questions ====== ====== Frequently Asked Questions ======
  
-==== Q: How can I change the background ANSI that is displayed when I run Mystic -CFG ? ====+=== Q: How can I change the background ANSI that is displayed when I run Mystic -CFG ? ===
  
     The ANSI file you want is called "​cfgroot.ans"​ and resides in the DATA     The ANSI file you want is called "​cfgroot.ans"​ and resides in the DATA
     directory. This serves as the "​wallpaper"​ for the System Configuration.     directory. This serves as the "​wallpaper"​ for the System Configuration.
  
-==== Q: ANSI output and other screens that Mystic displays looks a bit strange / distorted when I connect to the BBS or run a configuration change. Why is this and how can I fix it? ====+=== Q: ANSI output and other screens that Mystic displays looks a bit strange / distorted when I connect to the BBS or run a configuration change. Why is this and how can I fix it? ===
  
     This is most likely caused by the Default CodePage setting you are using.     This is most likely caused by the Default CodePage setting you are using.
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-==== Q: How do I change the ANSI login logo that displays above the login prompt? ​====+=== Q: How do I change the ANSI login logo that displays above the login prompt? ===
  
   Run Mystic -CFG   Run Mystic -CFG
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-==== Q: How can I view the kludge lines for messages posted in a echomail message base? ====+=== Q: How can I view the kludge lines for messages posted in a echomail message base? ===
  
   When reading a message posted to a echomail message base press the V key.   When reading a message posted to a echomail message base press the V key.
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-==== Q: How do I configure the number of nodes Mystic will accept? ​====+=== Q: How do I configure the number of nodes Mystic will accept? ===
     A: The first step is to set the "Max BBS Nodes" in your System Configuration >     A: The first step is to set the "Max BBS Nodes" in your System Configuration >
     Servers > General Options section in the configuration. ​ This defines the     Servers > General Options section in the configuration. ​ This defines the
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