Dec 172017
 
SCRIMAGE uses visual representations of user interface objects to help you generate sophisticated screens and menus in a variety of output formats (dbase III, FoxBase, Basic, etc).
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SCRIMAGE uses visual representations of user interface objects to help you generate sophisticated screens and menus in a variety of output formats (dbase III, FoxBase, Basic, etc).
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
ANSIDEMO.BAT 260 165 deflated
BANNER.ANS 2573 461 deflated
BANNER.IMG 4000 463 deflated
BANNER.INF 4543 536 deflated
BOXES.INF 9074 729 deflated
CITY.ANS 2476 428 deflated
CITY.IMG 4000 343 deflated
COLORS.COM 7104 3486 deflated
DEMO203.EXE 100674 96340 deflated
EASY125.TRE 6513 1184 deflated
ISANSI.COM 227 204 deflated
JOINTEST.INF 4052 342 deflated
LATENITE.ANS 2397 336 deflated
LATENITE.IMG 4000 257 deflated
NETTEMP 4580 1929 deflated
POPDEMO.BAT 94 58 deflated
POPIT.COM 10790 1972 deflated
README.BAK 789 496 deflated
README.DOC 828 513 deflated
SCMANUAL.TXT 160588 52002 deflated
SCRIMAGE.CFG 180 85 deflated
SCRIMAGE.HLP 20493 7823 deflated
SCRIMAGE.UDF 253 71 deflated
SCRIMENU.INF 13091 1581 deflated
TRIPLMNU.INF 7084 559 deflated
TUTOR.DBF 226 66 deflated

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Contents of the README.DOC file


This demo version of SCRIMAGE will not save INFO (.INF) or BOX (.BOX) files.
Otherwise it is complete except for minor documentation changes (it has been
modified inside a DTP program and is a PITA to get out again). To install,
just set the default drive and subdirectory to where you want the demo
installed, type A:SCRMDEMO (assuming SCRMDEMO.EXE is on drive a) and stand
well back as LHARC unpacks all the files.

SCMANUAL.TXT is the text print of the manual. DEMO203.EXE is the executable
SCRIMAGE program.

Please do not use this text manual with a pirated copy of the actual program
[grin]. SCRIMAGE is priced as inexpensively as we can make it--if you use the
"real" program please register and pay for it so we can stay in business (it
ain't easy being in the add-on market). Thank you.
RRF
7/9/90


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