Category : Lotus and other Spreadsheets
Archive   : QC104.ZIP
Filename : READ.ME

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Version 1.04 Update Notice

This is version 1.04 of Quick-Colors. I have fixed the bugs found by others,
and improved compatibility between Quick-Colors and TSRs. One significant
feature has been added to version 1.04. With an MHC-compatible graphics
driver, you will be able to select colors for graphs in 1-2-3 and Symphony.
This archive contains one MHC-compatible graphics driver; it is an EGA/VGA
(color/mono) driver for either 1-2-3 or Symphony.

The text display drivers have been updated. If you have installed version
1.03 of Quick-Colors, you MUST replace the old MHC text display drivers with
the 1.04 versions of the drivers. Failure to do so can result in a system
crash! The names of the text display drivers have been changed to reflect the
major update in the drivers. Please delete all old Quick-Colors drivers, along
with any SINGLE.LBR file which you may have created that contains the drivers.

Quick-Colors now supports CGA systems with the MHTD_CGT.DRV driver. You will
find MHTD_CGT.DRV to be 3-4X faster than the Lotus-supplied CGA driver.

Shared-mode EGA drivers are no longer included with Quick-Colors. They are
available to site licensees, and to contributors of $25.00 or more.

The format of the Quick-Colors configuration file has been modified to support
graphics color-changing; therefore, you should delete your old QUICKCOL.CNF or
QCSYM.CNF file. Symphony now uses QUICKCOL.CNF as the name of its
configuration file.

Mark Horvatich
M+H Consulting
P.O. Box 1528
Lisle, IL 60532

CompuServe User ID: 76703,4163

  3 Responses to “Category : Lotus and other Spreadsheets
Archive   : QC104.ZIP
Filename : READ.ME

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