Dec 092017
 
BIOScolor programmer's utility for PowerBASIC 3.0x. Provides complete control over color selection for VGA. Experiment with saved screens, generate a complete PB routine to merge with your source code.
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BIOScolor programmer’s utility for PowerBASIC 3.0x. Provides complete control over color selection for VGA. Experiment with saved screens, generate a complete PB routine to merge with your source code.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
BCAP.DOC 1649 780 deflated
BCAP.EXE 7328 4524 deflated
BCAP2.EXE 7328 4516 deflated
BCOLOR.EXE 83602 45081 deflated
BCOLOR.KEY 1749 684 deflated
BIOSCOLR.DOC 13690 4968 deflated
SAMPLE1.SCR 4096 646 deflated
SAMPLE2.SCR 4096 527 deflated
SAMPLE3.SCR 4000 183 deflated
SAMPLE4A.SCR 4096 322 deflated
SAMPLE4B.SCR 4096 321 deflated
SAMPLE5.SCR 4096 824 deflated
SAMPLE6A.SCR 4096 286 deflated
SAMPLE6B.SCR 4096 287 deflated
SAMPLE6C.SCR 4096 289 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated

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Contents of the BCAP.DOC file



WESTFORD CUSTOM PC/FX BCAP.EXE 1/3/94
CIS: 76470,2417
508-692-8163
Includes: BCAP2.EXE (hotkey Alt+1)


BCAP.EXE is a screen capture utility for use with the BIOSColor code
generator. BCAP.EXE creates a screen dump of 4000 bytes. Although
BCOLOR.EXE and BIOSColor-generated routines can be used only with color
VGA systems, BCAP.EXE will save images from either color or monochrome
systems and automatically checks which type of system is running.


USING BCAP.EXE

When loading BCAP from the command line, the program acknowledges
loading and identifies its hotkey (Ctlr+number pad 5). Any attempt to
load a second copy of the program will fail. An onscreen warning will
also restate the hotkey. Unload BCAP by entering bcap /u.

NOTE: BCAP prompts you for the name of the file to create. If the file
already exists, BCAP will overwrite the existing file without warning.

BCAP will pop up only if invoked while the host system is running in
text mode. Any attempt to invoke BCAP in a graphics mode will cause the
program to beep but take no other action.

To minimize its size, BCAP will not accept a different hotkey
assignment. To accommodate those for whom the hotkey assignment
(Ctlr+number pad 5) is not acceptable, BCAP2.EXE is included. BCAP2 is
identical to BCAP but is invoked with the hotkey Alt+1.


end BCAP.DOC



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