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Utilities for dual-monitor systems: mono clock TSR, clear mono screen, make PrtSc copy from color to mono display. Includes .ASM source code.
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Utilities for dual-monitor systems: mono clock TSR, clear mono screen, make PrtSc copy from color to mono display. Includes .ASM source code.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
2MON.DOC 1650 826 deflated
MCLOCK.ASM 16531 3522 deflated
MCLOCK.COM 1232 924 deflated
MCLS.ASM 954 400 deflated
MCLS.COM 17 17 stored
MPRTSC.ASM 9787 2125 deflated
MPRTSC.COM 871 614 deflated

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Contents of the 2MON.DOC file


2MON Copyright (c) 1988-1992 Thomas G. Hanlin III



2MON is a collection of utilities for use on dual-monitor systems: MClock,
MCls, and MPrtSc. Full source code in assembly language is provided. 2MON
is protected by copyright, but may be distributed freely with the following
restriction:

2MON must be distributed intact. No files may be added, deleted, or
modified. 2MON files are 2MON.DOC, MCLOCK.ASM, MCLOCK.COM, MCLS.ASM,
MCLS.COM, MPRTSC.ASM, MPRTSC.COM and WHERE.BBS.

If you have a good reason for wanting an exception to this rule, you must get
a waiver from me in writing.

So what the heck is 2MON? Quite simply, it's a set of routines for getting
more use out of a dual-monitor system. These routines assume that you're
using the color display as the primary display. They use the mono display
themselves.

MClock is a background-operating TSR. It continuously displays a clock on
the mono display. Options are:
/I install TSR
/R remove TSR
/M military time (24-hour clock instead of 12-hour clock)
/S don't display seconds

MCls is not a TSR. It simply clears the screen of the mono display.

MPrtSc is a small TSR. It takes over the PrtSc (PrintScrn) key. When MPrtSc
is installed, the PrtSc key no longer copies the display to the printer.
Instead, it copies the color display to the mono display. Options are:
/I install TSR
/R remove TSR

Suggestions for additional utilities will be welcome. You may contact me via
modem (see WHERE.BBS) or by mail:

Tom Hanlin
3544 E. Southern Ave., #104
Mesa, AZ 85204


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