Category : Alternate Operating Systems - Quarterdeck DesqView, CP/M, etc
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Filename : JUSTIFY.DOC

 
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JUSTIFY 1.1

by Gary Chanson
(C) 1993


JUSTIFY is Copyright 1993 by Gary Chanson and Starquest
Systems. No restrictions are placed on the non-commercial
use of this program. This program and its documentation
may be copied and re-distributed provided that they are
not changed and no fee is charged for them. An exception
is granted to not-for-profit user's groups, which are
authorized to charge a nominal fee for materials and
handling. Starquest Systems and Gary Chanson assume no
liability for damages caused by the use of this program.


Description:

JUSTIFY is a DESQview (tm) specific utility which turns window
justification on or off for the default window of the current
task. With justification on, the position of the viewport of a
window (the portion of the window actually displayed) moves so
that the cursor is always within the window. With justification
off, the position of the viewport remains stationary even if the
cursor moves out of it. Optional parameters X and Y control the
position of the viewport relative to its window.

Usage:

JUSTIFY off [x,y]
JUSTIFY on

Options:

-Q Quiet mode


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Please forward all comments and bug reports to:

Gary Chanson

31 Chester Avenue
Waltham, MA 02154

Voice: 617-899-4771
Data/Fax: 617-899-6672

Email: [email protected]


  3 Responses to “Category : Alternate Operating Systems - Quarterdeck DesqView, CP/M, etc
Archive   : DVTKIT11.ZIP
Filename : JUSTIFY.DOC

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