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Curt:
it seems to be OpenSource{?}, so presumably it's been under some continuing development.
-IainB (September 22, 2019, 01:31 AM)
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https://github.com/adampash/texter

Released on 6 Nov 2007, 368kb exe ("Download 32-bit"): https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=1212

Thank you for the answers.

wraith808:
Yeah... the one that I posted had all sorts of links about the current status of texter.

IainB:
@Curt:
Released on 6 Nov 2007, 368kb exe ("Download 32-bit"): https://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=1212
-Curt (September 22, 2019, 02:45 AM)
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Oh, that's right, I thought this looked familiar. It's (v0.6) in my archives - I didn't think to look there.
I've been down this road before. In 2008 I downloaded and trialled it, but Texter hadn't been developed beyond v0.6 (and it still hasn't) and has basically been left behind as technology develops. I'd forgotten about it. I suggest you do too!   ;D

panzer:
NVDA allows blind and vision impaired people to access and interact with the Windows operating system and many third party applications:
https://www.nvaccess.org/about-nvda/

Technitium DNS Server is an open source tool that can be used for self hosting a local DNS server for privacy & security or used for experimentation/testing by software developers on their computer. It works out-of-the-box with no or minimal configuration and provides a user friendly web console accessible using any web browser:
https://technitium.com/dns/

https://technitium.com/dns/help.html

https://blog.technitium.com/2018/10/blocking-internet-ads-using-dns-sinkhole.html

https://blog.technitium.com/2018/06/configuring-dns-server-for-privacy.html

Steven Avery:
Moving info quickly from PC to iPad

QPush
http://qpush.me/en/

And I used to use Evernote, it works, two devices free, but for this one simple need, QPush is great.
Nimbus Notes tries to be a real-time text synch, but it had problems when I tried it tonight.
Similarly, problems with CallSend.net
Kopy is in the same ball-park, Android, not yet IOS.

Just learned of QPush tonight, and it was very smooth setting up as a web page in the taskbar on Windows, and an easy-app on the iPad. It actually uses its own codes, so you do not set up a user account.

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