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    I have entered in the first word
    coatl
    and I am ready to enter in the second
    leche
    , but how do I signal that the first word is finished? I thought that someone would respond and would signal that they are ready for the code word. Am I doing something wrong?

    Thanks in advance!

  • #2
    Originally posted by apostolicgirl View Post
    I have entered in the first word
    coatl
    and I am ready to enter in the second
    leche
    , but how do I signal that the first word is finished? I thought that someone would respond and would signal that they are ready for the code word. Am I doing something wrong?

    Thanks in advance!
    If I remember correctly, you just put in the first word and then the second word.
    ¸.•*¨¯¨*ّ¸......catsandbooks
    ((
    ..*•.¸_¸.•*¨¯¨*•.¸.......... A library is not a luxury
    ......¸.•*.....*•.¸_¸))............... but one of the necessities of life!
    ......*•.¸_¸.ّ*¨¯¨*•.¸¸.ّ*¨¯¨*•.¸...¥.¸.ّ*¨¯¨*•.
    .................................H.W. Beecher + ©allas؛•.¸_¸.•؛
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    • #3
      I believe I have a different solution. You may want to try this if the solution already given does not work.

      After you've entered the first word
      COATL
      you should have received a response "Mensaje entendido. Transmission ahora.” Then you may transmit the next word
      LECHE
      If successful, you will receive the response "Mensaje recibido. Entregaremos el paquete loas pronto possible. Cambio y fuera.” meaning they will send the package the fastest way possible.

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