Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : MON120.ZIP
Filename : MONITOR.TXT

 
Output of file : MONITOR.TXT contained in archive : MON120.ZIP

Quicky help for MONITOR.EXE:


The MONITOR.EXE command now accepts a number of command line options. The
options are identified by an exact match or a unique abbreviation. Any
on/off options may be preceeded by "NO" to invert the meaning of the
option. If "NO" preceeds a data option, it is ignored. The options are:

(NO)MENU - Include/exclude the action bar in/from the window.

INTERVAL n - Specify the sampling interval in milliseconds. (Default 1000)

(NO)SMOOTH - (Don't) Smooth the graph display.

(NO)SLIDE - (Jump) Slide the graph across the window.

POINTS n - Specify the number of samples to use on the graph. (Default 151)

(NO)FILL - (Don't) Fill the graph below the line. (Eats more CPU.)

BACKGROUND color - Specify the color for the background (see list below).

FOREGROUND color - Specify the color for the graph (see list below).

(NO)ICON - (Don't) use the icon when minimized. If the icon is not
used, then the graph is drawn in the minimized window.

(NO)DYNAMIC - (Don't) use dynamic calculation of the maximum idle count. This
determines whether the graph limits are calculated dynamically
(at each point) or statically (maintaining a maximum over a long
period of time).



Colors that can be specified are:

WHITE
BLACK
BACKGROUND
BLUE
RED
PINK
GREEN
CYAN
YELLOW
NEUTRAL
DARKGRAY
DARKBLUE
DARKRED
DARKPINK
DARKGREEN
DARKCYAN
BROWN
PALEGRAY
WINDOWSTATICTEXT
SCROLLBAR
SYSBACKGROUND
ACTIVETITLE
INACTIVETITLE
MENU
WINDOW
WINDOWFRAME
MENUTEXT
WINDOWTEXT
TITLETEXT
ACTIVEBORDER
INACTIVEBORDER
APPWORKSPACE
HELPBACKGROUND
HELPTEXT
HELPHILITE


  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : MON120.ZIP
Filename : MONITOR.TXT

  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.

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