Contents of the README.DOC file
FRACTALWEAVE 1.1 Copyright (c) 1990 by James H. Price
All Rights Reserved.
FractalWeave is a unique graphics program, able to generate a
practically infinite variety of colorful, intricate, and incredibly
detailed screen images. The basic image is fractal in nature;
however, unlike other fractal-based programs, FractalWeave provides
both rapid image generation in a lively animated display, AND a
very wide variety of images.
What you got --
If you're reading this, you've already succeeded in extracting
the program from its ZIPed format. The package includes:
WEAVE.EXE the program itself (Type WEAVE
at a DOS prompt to start)
DEMO1.WVE sample image files, which
DEMO2.WVE should be stored in the same
DEMO3.WVE directory as WEAVE.EXE
README.DOC This document
System Requirements --
FractalWeave performs equally well on EGA and VGA systems;
however, because of their relatively poor resolution, the program
does not support CGA monitors.
The program was tested on a number of computers, but due to
the diversity of graphics cards and monitors, I don't guarantee the
program's performance on any given system. If you encounter
difficulties, I would like to hear about them. Please send as
much detail as possible, including type of monitor and graphics
card, amount of video memory, the problem encountered, and anything
else you think might be pertinent.
Using the Program --
Every attempt has been made to make FractalWeave easy to use;
a single keystroke is sufficient to accomplish most tasks. On-line
help screens provide complete instructions for using the program.
This program is provided "as-is" with no guarantees of any kind
This is a shareware product. You may use it free for a short
trial period. If you continue to use it, you must register it.
Registration entitles you to technical support in the
program's use, notice of and reduced price for any upgrades, and
that warm feeling of personal satisfaction that comes from doing
the proper and noble thing.
You are encouraged to distribute it to friends, associates,
and strangers, in person, by mail or via BBS, but must not tamper
with it prior to distribution. This particularly includes
removing copyright notices and requests for funds from the code or
documentation. Please distribute it in its ZIPed format, which
includes the demo files and this document.
Please send $10.00 to:
James H. Price
1253 E. Calaveras St
Altadena, CA 91001
I can be reached by mail at the above address, or via the
CompuServe (76264,3534) or Prodigy (BPWF98A) networks.
Thank you. I hope you enjoy the program.