Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : FJ500E.ZIP
Filename : FJ.DAT

 
Output of file : FJ.DAT contained in archive : FJ500E.ZIP
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# DOS FILEJET USER PULLDOWN FILE (C) KLOSEK 1991, 1992 #
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# #
# P> Pulldownheader #
# E> Pulldownentry #
# D> Defintions for a entry #
# # Line with comment #
# char ^ marks the Hotkey #
# #
# Without any special char : Command line of entry #
# #
# PULLDOWNDEFINITION #
# #
# D> XPOS = nr Upper left corner of pulldownwindow #
# D> YPOS = nr #
# D> XWIDTH = nr min. width of pulldownwindow #
# #
# PROGRAMMDEFINITIONS #
# #
# D> WINDOW = 0 #
# D> WINDOW = 1 Open a window for execution #
# D> WINXPOS = nr Upper left corner of window #
# D> WINYPOS = nr #
# D> WINXWIDTH = nr x width of the window #
# D> WINYWIDTH = nr y width of the window #
# D> CURSOR = 1 activate cursor #
# D> WAIT = 1 wait after command execution #
# D> PARAMETER = 1 ask for a parameter before execution #
# parameter is insertet at the % char #
# #
# Multiple commands are allowed seperated by ';' #
# #
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P> User Pulldown

D> XPOS = 10
D> YPOS = 5
D> XWIDTH = 40

E> ^Operating system
D> SWAP = 1
D> CURSOR = 1
D> WAIT = 1
command

E> Operating ^command
D> SWAP = 1
D> CURSOR = 1
D> WAIT = 1
[ ]

E> ^Filejet
D> SWAP = 1
D> WAIT = 0
fj.exe

E> F^ormat a disk
D> SWAP = 0
D> WINDOW = 1
D> WINXPOS = 10
D> WINYPOS = 6
D> WINXWIDTH = 50
D> WINYWIDTH = 10
D> CURSOR = 1
D> WAIT = 1
D> PARAMETER = 1
format %;


E> ^Multiple example
D> SWAP = 0
D> WINDOW = 1
D> WINXPOS = 10
D> WINYPOS = 6
D> WINXWIDTH = 50
D> WINYWIDTH = 10
D> CURSOR = 1
D> WAIT = 1
D> PARAMETER = 1
c:;dir;d:;dir;




  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : FJ500E.ZIP
Filename : FJ.DAT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/