Contents of the READ.ME file
Our thanks to Verlin Marshall and Wynema Obst for their
steadfast testing of Flash throughout it's history.
Also thanks to Dennis Tuttle of Codeworks Software. Without
Dennis's continual prodding and goading, version 3.0 would
never have left the drawing board and become reality.
If you would like Qsoft to upload your registered copy of
Flash to YOUR BBS please pre-register us on your BBS. We probably
won't be calling again and it sometimes takes 5 minutes of answering
questions just to get on. Please pre-register in the following manner.
NAME: KEN WILCOX
CITY,STATE: LANCASTER, CA.
and any other questions needed to get upload privaleges..
If this is not possible then you will have to download from us. We
are sorry for this inconvience but between the time it takes to even
get connected and then going through all the new user stuff has become
very unprofitable.. Feel free to delete KEN WILCOX as a user after you
receive your upload..
Flash will create a file called FLASH.CNF when the program is
run for the first time. Together FLASH30.EXE and FLASH.CNF
MUST RESIDE in the same subdirectory on your drive. Furthermore
FLASH30.EXE must be run from the directory in which it resides.
To keep coding levels down no attempt has been made to allow
FLASH to operate through the Path environment.
If FLASH 3.0 is run from a directory containing a previous version
of Flash delete any prior Flash.cnf files.
Previous versions of FLASH were released in conjunction with
CODEWORKS SOFTWARE. Strictly due to business reasons FLASH is
now released by it's author Kenneth Wilcox (soon to be QSOFT
SOFTWARE). CODEWORKS will no longer support earlier versions
of FLASH. Please direct any inquires to QSOFT.
Please do not read into this any further then what has been
stated, as CODEWORKS is a fine company whose products we will
continue to use and enjoy.
If demand warrants it we will release a module for Flash that
will allow co-sysops to call in and update their news files
remotely (as a door). Let us know what you think.