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WavSorter 2.1. Play sound files, sort into folders. 3-D intuitive interface, drag/drop, customizable, sound effects, complete help, and more.

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WavSorter 2.1. Play sound files,
sort into folders. 3-D intuitive
interface, drag/drop, customizable,
sound effects, complete help, and
more. Makes sorting sound files
fun! Requires Windows 3.1 and
VBRUN200. Uploaded by author.


File WAVE21.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Music and Digitized Voice
WavSorter 2.1. Play sound files, sort into folders. 3-D intuitive interface, drag/drop, customizable, sound effects, complete help, and more.
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CMDIALOG.VBX 18400 8476 deflated
FILE_ID.DIZ 235 178 deflated
LAUNCH.WAV 20858 18097 deflated
MCI.VBX 30112 13354 deflated
README.TXT 6476 2646 deflated
REGISTER.EXE 54329 12039 deflated
SPLASH.WAV 19202 12969 deflated
THREED.VBX 60720 24146 deflated
WS.HLP 114032 81157 deflated
WSEVAL.EXE 229680 57574 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file


WavSorter 2.1. Play sound files,
sort into folders. 3-D intuitive
interface, drag/drop, customizable,
sound effects, complete help, and
more. Makes sorting sound files
fun! Requires Windows 3.1 and
VBRUN200. Uploaded by author.
WAVSORTER 2.1 -- EVALUATION COPY
April 2, 1993


Contents:

1. Included Files

2. Important Notes

3. Installation

4. Un-Install

5. Legal Stuff


INCLUDED FILES

The following files are included in the evaluation
version of WavSorter:

wseval.exe
register.exe
ws.hlp
launch.wav
splash.wav
file_id.diz
readme.txt (this file)
cmdialog.vbx
mci.vbx
threed.vbx

If any files are missing, please notify the sysop of
the BBS from which you obtained the zipped file, or
notify Jim Shepherd on either CompuServe (71664,2255)
or WindowsOnLine BBS (510) 736-8343. Thanks


IMPORTANT NOTES


1. Feel free to upload WavSorter to your favorite BBS's
(in fact, I hope you will). However, please be sure
to include all the files listed above so that people
who download WavSorter can use it to its fullest
capabilities.

2. If you do upload WavSorter, please do not include your
"default.ini" file. This file is created the first time
you use WavSorter and is unique to your preferences.

3. WavSorter includes a feature called Magic Target Help
which allows you to easily call up information and help
on objects and menu items by clicking on them when Magic
Target Help is turned on. Not all objects in Visual Basic
respond to clicking, however, so while almost all objects
in WavSorter's main window respond to Magic Target Help,
there are a few which do not.

4. If you would like to use the "jumps" (green text) in the
Magic Target Help popup windows, turn on Help by choosing
the Contents item on the Help Menu before turning on
Magic Target Help (this is optional and is only necessary
if you want to use the "jumps").

5. When WavSorter plays sound effects, it expects to find
the appropriate sound file in your WavSorter working
directory (the one to which you've copied the WavSorter
files during installation). For this reason, do not rename
or move the files "splash.wav" and "launch.wav" or you
will not be able to use the default sounds; only the
custom sounds which you assign.

6. Directories, files, and folders all drag and drop. If
you're not sure whether or not an object in the main
window responds to drag and drop, drag something over
it and watch the OpLight for information.

7. If you want to get started right away, there's an item on
the Help Menu called "Getting Started" which will provide
you with the minimum information necessary to begin using
WavSorter.

8. The first time you run WavSorter and save your
configuration, the following lines will be added to
your win.ini file:

[ShepherdSoftware]
WSConfigName=default.ini

This is the only addition WavSorter makes to win.ini.
All of your preferences are saved in the "default.ini"
file, which is stored in your WavSorter directory.


INSTALLATION

You install WavSorter by doing the following:

1. Create a directory for WavSorter and name it something
appropriate like "wavsortr", or whatever name you want.

2. Copy or move the following files to your WavSorter
directory:

wseval.exe
register.exe
ws.hlp
launch.wav
splash.wav
file_id.diz
readme.txt

3. Copy or move the following files to your Windows "system"
directory (e.g., c:\windows\system):

cmdialog.vbx
mci.vbx
threed.vbx

**Note that these .vbx files are included in MicroSoft Visual
Basic 2.0, both the Standard and Professional editions.
If you have either of these programs, you already have
copies of those .vbx's on your computer. Since MicroSoft
has been known to "slipstream" newer versions of its
programs without telling anyone, it is always good
practice to compare the attributes of the .vbx's included
in WavSorter with the attributes of the same .vbx's you
already have on your system so you won't overwrite a
newer version of the .vbx. This step is, of course,
optional and doesn't affect WavSorter in any way but it's
still a good idea to do it.

4. Create a group and/or program item for WavSorter in
Program Manager (or your favorite Program Manager
substitute, if you use one) just like you would for
any program.

5. Double-click on the WavSorter icon to start WavSorter.


UN-INSTALL

I hope you will like using WavSorter, but if you decide to
remove it from your computer, do the following:

1. Delete all the files from your WavSorter directory.

2. Remove (delete) your WavSorter directory.

3. Using a text editor, such as Notepad, open win.ini and
remove the following lines, which will probably be near
the end of the file:

[ShepherdSoftware]
WSConfigName=default.ini

4. Delete the following files from your Windows "system"
directory:

cmdialog.vbx
mci.vbx
threed.vbx

**Note: Do not delete these .vbx files if you have MicroSoft
Visual Basic 2.0, Standard or Professional editions since
you need these files for yourself. Also, do not delete
these files if they are needed by another Visual Basic
application. I know this is probably self-evident but it's
easy to make mistakes in the heat of the moment.


LEGAL STUFF

WavSorter and related files, including the help file, are
Copyright 1993 by James Shepherd/Shepherd Software.
All rights reserved.

This is the evaluation version of WavSorter. It is
distributed as shareware for a 30 day evaluation period.
You agree by using this product to either register it
within 30 days of receipt, or to discontinue using it.
Continued use without registration is a violation of
Shepherd Software's copyright.

Shepherd Software makes no warranty of any kind with regard
to this software or documentation, including, but not limited
to, any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose. Shepherd Software shall not be
liable for errors or for incidental or consequential damages
in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of
this product. The software and the information contained in
the documentation are subject to change without notice.

For permission and information about including and
distributing WavSorter in a collection of shareware, please
contact Jim Shepherd either on CompuServe (71664,2255) or
WindowsOnLine BBS (510) 736-8343, or at the following
address:

Shepherd Software
6984 McKinley St.
Sebastopol, Ca. 95472


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