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Demo Workshop V1.1i Demo/Presentation Maker (ASP) - Create presentations using screens recorded from your PC. Edit like a movie: cut, resequence scenes, add pop-up text windows and menus. Special effects too. Output is a

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Demo Workshop v1.1i - Demo/Tutorial Maker
Create on-line demos & presentations using
actual screens recorded (in motion) from
DOS programs. Edit the recording with the
DW presentation editor like editing a movie.
Cut and resequence scenes, add pop-up menus
& text windows.Special effects too! No
programming required. Output is .EXE file
with no restrictions on use. Fully functional
ASP shareware from P2 Enterprises.


File DWRK11I.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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Demo Workshop V1.1i Demo/Presentation Maker (ASP) – Create presentations using screens recorded from your PC. Edit like a movie: cut, resequence scenes, add pop-up text windows and menus. Special effects too. Output is a
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DWDEMO.EXE 91527 32169 deflated
DWGUIDE.TXT 100452 22035 deflated
FILE_ID.DIZ 432 291 deflated
ORDER.FRM 6348 1740 deflated
README.1ST 4095 1738 deflated
SR.EXE 30224 4994 deflated

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Demo Workshop v1.1i - Demo/Tutorial Maker
Create on-line demos & presentations using
actual screens recorded (in motion) from
DOS programs. Edit the recording with the
DW presentation editor like editing a movie.
Cut and resequence scenes, add pop-up menus
& text windows.Special effects too! No
programming required. Output is .EXE file
with no restrictions on use. Fully functional
ASP shareware from P2 Enterprises.


DEMO WORKSHOP V1.1i

Demo Workshop is a tool for creating software demonstration and
tutorial programs. Demo Workshop uses actual screens recorded during
execution of the program being presented.


INSTALLATION

Create a directory on your hard disk called DW and change directory
to it like this.

C:\> MKDIR DW
C:\> CD DW
C:\DW>

Copy the DWRK11.ZIP or DWRK11.EXE file into this directory. If you have
the .ZIP file, unzip it. If you have the .EXE file, execute it.

The following files are created:

SR.EXE The Demo Workshop screen recorder TSR
DW.EXE The Demo Workshop presentation editor
DW.HLP The presentation editor help file used by DW.EXE
DWGUIDE.TXT The Demo Workshop Users Guide
DEMOWKSH.P2 File required by DW.EXE to create standalone
presentation programs
DWDEMO.EXE Demonstration DW presentation
ORDER.FRM The Demo Workshop registration and order form
FILE_ID.DIZ BBS description file
README.1ST This file


To view the demo, execute DWDEMO.EXE.

You might want to create an environment variable called DWDIR and
equate it to the directory where you unpacked Demo Workshop. This
will allow you to use Demo Workshop from another disk/directory it
you wish. To do this, place a line like the following in your
AUTOEXEC.BAT file:

SET DWDIR=C:\DW

You will need to reboot for this change to take effect.

If you do not do this, and you execute DW from another directory,
you will not be able to access help information or create
.EXE output files.


RELEASE NOTES

You must create a recording file before you can use DW, the
presentation editor. You can create an empty recording if you
wish by invoking SR twice. The first time, a file called SCREEN.REC
will be created, and the second time SR will remove itself from
memory.

Type SR /? to display a brief help screen for the screen recorder.

V1.1 Changes
V1.1 fixes bugs which caused program and system crashes when
using the presentation editor DW.EXE. Our apologies to all who
endured these problems. The flaw in our release procedure which
allowed these bugs to be included in a released version has been
corrected.

V1.1A Changes
V1.1A adds the "Save as Default" menu item to the Text Window
Options and Menu Display options menus. This selection makes
the attributes (color, border style, position, size) of the
current text window or menu the initial defaults for new menus
or text windows created for the presentation. The defaults
are saved across DW sessions in the presentation file. Note
that DW V1.1A presentation files may *not* be processed with DW
V1.1 or V1.0.

V1.1B Changes
V1.1B allows entry of special characters using the ALT-keypad
method of entry supported by MS-DOS. Previously, entry of
special characters was not supported for titles, menu items,
or scene names.

V1.1C Changes
V1.1C fixes a bug which prevented pop-up windows from remaining
visible while the background recording was in motion.

V1.1D Changes
V1.1D incorporates changes which make playback timing more accurate
in instances where there is fast screen motion, such as rapid
movement of the mouse cursor.

V1.1e Changes
V1.1e fixes a bug introduced in 1.1D which the first playback after
startup to fail if Normal speed was selected.

V1.1f Changes
V1.1f fixes another bug introduced in 1.1D which caused the DOS
system clock to be modified during playback.

V1.1g Changes
V1.1g fixes yet another bug introduced in 1.1D which caused slow
and single-step playback to misbehave.

V1.1h Changes
V1.1h adds support for EGA/VGA extended colors (as used by
CA-Clipper) in recordings.

V1.1i Changes
V1.1i fixes a bug wherein query dialogs were not properly
refreshed after help displays.



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