Dec 252017
 
A nice little utility to change video modes to various hardware specific and strange video resolutions, also finds all available modes on your system.
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A nice little utility to change video modes to various hardware specific and strange video resolutions, also finds all available modes on your system.
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README 3184 1130 deflated
TEXTMODE.DOC 36566 11606 deflated
TEXTMODE.EXE 44800 18427 deflated

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Contents of the README file









>>*************************************************************************<<
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| TEXTMODE Utility |
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| Version 1.0 |
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| Copyright (C)1993 Brian Kinlan |
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README File


Just some quick notes:

* The documentation (TEXTMODE.DOC) is formatted for ASCII printing.
You can print it from a DOS prompt by typing:
TYPE TEXTMODE.DOC > PRN
or
COPY TEXTMODE.DOC > PRN
or
PRINT TEXTMODE.DOC
and then pressing .
Page breaks will be automatically inserted.

* You can also view the file using a standard ASCII text editor.
However, if you print it, do not have the editor insert page
breaks, as they are already included in the file.

* It is recommended that you take at least a quick glance over the
documentation before using the program.

* Make sure you have the files TEXTMODE.DOC, TEXTMODE.EXE and
README (this file) on your distribution disk.

* TEXTMODE.EXE is a standalone program that can be installed and
run anywhere on your system by copying the file TEXTMODE.EXE where
desired.

* Remember that TEXTMODE supports two interfaces - a command line
and an interactive one. Help on the command line interface can be
obtained by typing TEXTMODE /H

* When experimenting with this program, be wary of a possible
system lockup if you try to set a video mode you do not have the
hardware for. This is VERY UNLIKELY, and not a big problem anyway
as long as you are not in a DOS shell from another program or
something like that. Don't let it deter you from experimenting, as
this can be fun and tell you a lot about your system. See
TEXTMODE.DOC for more details.

A REMINDER:

This program and its documentation are COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL
(Copyright (C)1993 Brian Kinlan). It is distributed under the Shareware
system. This means you can use, copy and give it away all you want, under
a few restrictions (see TEXTMODE.DOC section on registration). However, if
you like it, use it often, find it useful, or keep it for more than 30
days, you are required to register it with the author for a small fee ($5).
You receive support and upgrade notices in return for your registration.
See TEXTMODE.DOC's section on registration for more details.

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING SHAREWARE!!

Copyright (C)1993 Brian Kinlan


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