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Tips & Tricks:
- Importing RTF Messages made in Microsoft Word
or Word Pad.
- Canceling Sending and receiving.
- Changing the attachment and Message Encoding
(for outgoing messages).
- Listening to your favorite music (*.mp3 or any
other music format) and let the Wave Meter monitor the music frequency.
Works for Microphone and Character Speaking too.
- Every other feature.
|Importing RTF Messages made in Microsoft Word
or Word Pad:
|Step 1: Make sure that you
save this file (using the program that you made it with) with the RTF
file type (*.rtf).|
|Step 2: In TalkyMail, go
to the 'Go ' and select 'Compose' (If you are not there already).|
|Step 3: Go to the 'File
Menu', then select 'Open Text File'.|
|Step 4: Browse for the
file you saved (*.rtf) and click on the 'Open' Button.|
|Step 5: If you want to
send this message to someone and you want that someone to see your
message without loosing its formats, then make sure you click on the
'Send this Email in RTF (Rich-Text) Format'
|That is all! Just make sure that the person you are
sending can view your message (Some Email Clients don't support RTF
|Canceling Sending and receiving:
|Step 1: Right-mouse click on
the Image found at the lower right side of TalkyMail window, and then
select what you want to cancel.
|You can also do that by going to the 'Connection Menu|
|Changing the attachment
and Message Encoding (for outgoing messages):
|Step 1: In TalkyMail window,
go to the 'Tools Menu' and the select 'User Settings'.
|You can access the 'User Settings' window by pressing
the F2 key on your keyboard.|
|Step 2: In the 'User
Settings' window, go to the 'Compose' Tab.|
|Step 3: Check the 'Encode
Using Base64 [Default]' Checkbox If you want your message to be encoded
|Uncheck it, if you want your message to be encoded
|The most commonly used encoding is Base64|
|Listening to your favorite
music (*.mp3 or any other music format) and let the Wave Meter monitor the
music frequency. Works for Microphone
and Character Speaking too.
|Step 1: TalkyMail has an
excellent feature called 'Volume Meter' (Go to the 'View menu' and select
|Step 2: After Viewing that
window, you can then see the meters move for wave-out and wave-in.
|When the character is talking you can see the meter
move and when you talk on the microphone the other meter will move
|Every Other Feature:
|TalkyMail is an easy to use program and nothing in its
features is really hard to understand. If you have any troubles with using
any feature or you are not sure what it does, just email
us and we will be glad to answer you and help you deal with
TalkyMail with easiness.|