You can now have a different CTEXT on each port. If a Port CTEXT isn't specified, the normal Node CTEXT or HFCTEXT is used as before.
CTEXT is read from files, with names of format PortnCTEXT.txt, where n is the port number. So for port 4 the filename is Port4CTEXT.txt. These are read from the same directory as bpq32.cfg. They are read when BPQ starts but can be re-read using the Node command GETPORTCTEXT so you can change the text without restarting the node. Remember that on Linux names are case sensitive.