Dec 262017
 
SuperVGA screen saver - 256 color.
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SuperVGA screen saver – 256 color.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CINDY.CSS 165811 73022 deflated
CLOCKSAV.EXE 47358 26325 deflated
CONFIG.DAT 10 10 stored
CONFIG.EXE 43840 24377 deflated
COUNTACH.CSS 152371 51933 deflated
HUNDRED.CSS 52659 31587 deflated
README.BAT 4551 1536 deflated
README.TXT 3927 1505 deflated
SVGA256.BGI 5268 2957 deflated

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Contents of the README.BAT file


@ECHO OFF
CLS
ECHO.SVGA Clock Screen Saver 2.31
ECHO.by Brett Foster
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO. ------------------------------
ECHO. - SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS -
ECHO. ------------------------------
ECHO.
ECHO. SVGA Clock Screen Saver has been designed to be extremely user friendly,
ECHO.simple, and self-explanitory. To run the program, simply type CLOCKSAV and the
ECHO.name of the clock screen saver file (.CSS) you wish to use. For example:
ECHO.
ECHO. CLOCKSAV COUNTACH
ECHO.
ECHO.If you do not specify a file to use, the program will randomly pick one out of
ECHO.the current directory. Once you are in the program, pressing any key will
ECHO.return you to DOS. If you notice that the clock is incorrect, you need to set
ECHO.your computer's system clock. This can be done from DOS with the TIME command.
ECHO.
ECHO. The program is compatible with most standard SVGA modes from 256k 640x400
ECHO.with 256 colors to 1meg 1024x768 with 256 colors.
ECHO.
PAUSE
CLS
ECHO.SVGA Clock Screen Saver 2.31
ECHO.by Brett Foster
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO. ----------------------
ECHO. - FILE LIST -
ECHO. ----------------------
ECHO.
ECHO. You should have received the following files in either
ECHO. SVGA-CSS.ZIP or SVGA-CS1.ZIP and SVGA-CS2.ZIP:
ECHO.
ECHO. CLOCKSAV EXE 47358
ECHO. CONFIG EXE 43840
ECHO. README BAT 4500
ECHO. SVGA256 BGI 5268
ECHO. CINDY CSS 165811
ECHO. COUNTACH CSS 152371
ECHO. HUNDRED CSS 52659
ECHO. CONFIG DAT 10
ECHO. REGISTER FRM 6168
ECHO. README TXT 3041
ECHO.
PAUSE
CLS
ECHO.SVGA Clock Screen Saver 2.31
ECHO.by Brett Foster
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO. -----------------------
ECHO. - RECONFIGURING -
ECHO. -----------------------
ECHO.
ECHO. If you would like to change the default mode, have the program ask you which
ECHO.mode to use every time it is run, automatically dim the screen, change the
ECHO.clock or background color, or change how often the clock moves or how far it
ECHO.moves, all of this can easily be done with the configuration program. Simply
ECHO.type CONFIG from DOS to change the configuration. If you notice any ghost
ECHO.images when the clock moves or when you exit the program, you should use the
ECHO.CONFIG program to dim the screen and/or make the clock move more. Use your own
ECHO.judgement. The background should not be very bright and the clock should move
ECHO.fairly often if it is to function as a screen saver. If it is used only as a
ECHO.clock, the program can be configured to move less than once every four minutes,
ECHO.but this is not advised for extended time periods. A dim level of two with a
ECHO.black background works very well and gives the clock hands and marks an almost
ECHO.fluorescent quality.
ECHO.
PAUSE
CLS
ECHO.SVGA Clock Screen Saver 2.31
ECHO.by Brett Foster
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO. ----------------------
ECHO. - DISCLAIMER -
ECHO. ----------------------
ECHO.
ECHO. All efforts have been made to insure the quality of this software. After
ECHO.numerous revisions and repeated testing, we feel that a very high standard has
ECHO.been reached. Yet neither the author nor any associates take any responsibili-
ECHO.ty for any hardware or software damage or failure thought or proven to be
ECHO.caused by the use or misuse of this software.
ECHO. All images contained in this software package and any related images that
ECHO.have been or will be processed for use with this package have been or will be
ECHO.received and used with the understanding that they are either the public domain
ECHO.or are the property of those distributing the software. The value of the files
ECHO.containing these images lies not within the image itself but its manipulation,
ECHO.transformation, processing, and data structure.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
PAUSE
CLS


Contents of the README.TXT file


@ECHO OFF
CLS
ECHO.SVGA Clock Screen Saver 2.31
ECHO.by Brett Foster
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO. ------------------------------
ECHO. - SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS -
ECHO. ------------------------------
ECHO.
ECHO. SVGA Clock Screen Saver has been designed to be extremely user friendly,
ECHO.simple, and self-explanitory. To run the program, simply type CLOCKSAV and the
ECHO.name of the clock screen saver file (.CSS) you wish to use. For example:
ECHO.
ECHO. CLOCKSAV COUNTACH
ECHO.
ECHO.If you do not specify a file to use, the program will randomly pick one out of
ECHO.the current directory. Once you are in the program, pressing any key will
ECHO.return you to DOS. If you notice that the clock is incorrect, you need to set
ECHO.your computer's system clock. This can be done from DOS with the TIME command.
ECHO.
ECHO. The program is compatible with most standard SVGA modes from 256k 640x400
ECHO.with 256 colors to 1meg 1024x768 with 256 colors.
ECHO.
PAUSE
CLS
ECHO.SVGA Clock Screen Saver 2.31
ECHO.by Brett Foster
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO. ----------------------
ECHO. - FILE LIST -
ECHO. ----------------------
ECHO.
ECHO. You should have received the following files in either
ECHO. SVGA-CSS.ZIP or SVGA-CS1.ZIP and SVGA-CS2.ZIP:
ECHO.
ECHO. CLOCKSAV EXE 47358
ECHO. CONFIG EXE 43840
ECHO. README BAT 4500
ECHO. SVGA256 BGI 5268
ECHO. CINDY CSS 165811
ECHO. COUNTACH CSS 152371
ECHO. HUNDRED CSS 52659
ECHO. CONFIG DAT 10
ECHO. REGISTER FRM 6168
ECHO. README TXT 3041
ECHO.
PAUSE
CLS
ECHO.SVGA Clock Screen Saver 2.31
ECHO.by Brett Foster
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO. -----------------------
ECHO. - RECONFIGURING -
ECHO. -----------------------
ECHO.
ECHO. If you would like to change the default mode, have the program ask you which
ECHO.mode to use every time it is run, automatically dim the screen, change the
ECHO.clock or background color, or change how often the clock moves or how far it
ECHO.moves, all of this can easily be done with the configuration program. Simply
ECHO.type CONFIG from DOS to change the configuration. If you notice any ghost
ECHO.images when the clock moves or when you exit the program, you should use the
ECHO.CONFIG program to dim the screen and/or make the clock move more. Use your own
ECHO.judgement. The background should not be very bright and the clock should move
ECHO.fairly often if it is to function as a screen saver. If it is used only as a
ECHO.clock, the program can be configured to move less than once every four minutes,
ECHO.but this is not advised for extended time periods. A dim level of two with a
ECHO.black background works very well and gives the clock hands and marks an almost
ECHO.fluorescent quality.
ECHO.
PAUSE
CLS
ECHO.SVGA Clock Screen Saver 2.31
ECHO.by Brett Foster
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO. ----------------------
ECHO. - DISCLAIMER -
ECHO. ----------------------
ECHO.
ECHO. All efforts have been made to insure the quality of this software. After
ECHO.numerous revisions and repeated testing, we feel that a very high standard has
ECHO.been reached. Yet neither the author nor any associates take any responsibili-
ECHO.ty for any hardware or software damage or failure thought or proven to be
ECHO.caused by the use or misuse of this software.
ECHO. All images contained in this software package and any related images that
ECHO.have been or will be processed for use with this package have been or will be
ECHO.received and used with the understanding that they are either the public domain
ECHO.or are the property of those distributing the software. The value of the files
ECHO.containing these images lies not within the image itself but its manipulation,
ECHO.transformation, processing, and data structure.
ECHO.
ECHO.
ECHO.
PAUSE
CLS
SVGA Clock Screen Saver 2.31
by Brett Foster



------------------------------
| SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS |
------------------------------

SVGA Clock Screen Saver has been designed to be extremely user friendly,
simple, and self-explanitory. To run the program, simply type CLOCKSAV and the
name of the clock screen saver file (.CSS) you wish to use. For example:

CLOCKSAV COUNTACH

If you do not specify a file to use, the program will randomly pick one out of
the current directory. Once you are in the program, pressing any key will
return you to DOS. If you notice that the clock is incorrect, you need to set
your computer's system clock. This can be done from DOS with the TIME command.

The program is compatible with most standard SVGA modes from 256k 640x400
with 256 colors to 1meg 1024x768 with 256 colors.



----------------------
| FILE LIST |
----------------------

You should have received the following files in either
SVGA-CSS.ZIP or SVGA-CS1.ZIP and SVGA-CS2.ZIP:

CLOCKSAV EXE 47358
CONFIG EXE 43840
README BAT 4500
SVGA256 BGI 5268
CINDY CSS 165811
COUNTACH CSS 152371
HUNDRED CSS 52659
CONFIG DAT 10
REGISTER FRM 6168
README TXT 3821



-----------------------
| RECONFIGURING |
-----------------------

If you would like to change the default mode, have the program ask you which
mode to use every time it is run, automatically dim the screen, change the
clock or background color, or change how often the clock moves or how far it
moves, all of this can easily be done with the configuration program. Simply
type CONFIG from DOS to change the configuration. If you notice any ghost
images when the clock moves or when you exit the program, you should use the
CONFIG program to dim the screen and/or make the clock move more. Use your own
judgement. The background should not be very bright and the clock should move
fairly often if it is to function as a screen saver. If it is used only as a
clock, the program can be configured to move less than once every four minutes,
but this is not advised for extended time periods. A dim level of two with a
black background works very well and gives the clock hands and marks an almost
fluorescent quality.


SVGA Clock Screen Saver 2.31
by Brett Foster



----------------------
| DISCLAIMER |
----------------------

All efforts have been made to insure the quality of this software. After
numerous revisions and repeated testing, we feel that a very high standard has
been reached. Yet neither the author nor any associates take any responsibili-
ty for any hardware or software damage or failure thought or proven to be
caused by the use or misuse of this software.
All images contained in this software package and any related images that
have been or will be processed for use with this package have been or will be
received and used with the understanding that they are either the public domain
or are the property of those distributing the software. The value of the files
containing these images lies not within the image itself but its manipulation,
transformation, processing, and data structure.


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