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|| FORMENDDú.01 Introduction. Part 1: General Principles>This is the first card in a rack of cards of help information./ Press F10 to go to the next card in this rack." Press F9 to go to the prior card.7 Press F2 to take this card out of the rack to get more"information, or to put it back in.? When you get to the bottom of the screen, the rack will scrollup showing you more cards.= Or just use a mouse. The first click goes to the card. The>second click takes it out of the rack, the third puts it back. 9D‰02 License Agreement@Copyright 1985-1988, by Quickview Systems for this software, the;software documentation and the user interface. Patents no.#4,736,308 and 4,486,857 also apply.@Quickview Systems grants a license to reproduce, distribute, and?use copies of this shareware version of Zoomracks including theYou may make backup copies of Zoomracks. You may use a single=copy of Zoomracks on several different computers at different;times; or you can let different people use the same copy at=different times on one computer. You may use copyright racks0such as this with Zoomracks and Zoomracks Demos.:At Quickview Systems we do not copy-protect our disks; and?provide a demonstration version ($9.95 - make as many copies asAyou want), and we price Zoomracks reasonably. We appreciate your$respecting our copyrights in return.Dªƒ304 Cards and Racks: Zoomracks' Rack Metaphor@Zoomracks lets you structure your information management problem=in familiar terms: (index) cards in racks. It lets you view,5sort, organize, and manipulate them any way you want.=Zoomracks keeps the cards in racks like those next to factory>time clocks so you can see the first line of several cards, or>take out a card (like you are doing now). The cards in a rackAcan be divided into as many as 27 Fieldscrolls, each of which can%have 250 lines of 80 characters each.AThe racks are called Zoomracks, to remind you that you can "zoom"=in on them; the cards, Quickcards, to remind you that you canAquickly take them out of a rack; and the fields, Fieldscrolls, to@remind you that they are really 250 line word processor scrolls.^D«‚U605 The Mouse: Using the Mouse to Navigate@Using the mouse is simple. Put the mouse pointer where you want to go and press the left button:2 If you click the left button Zoomracks will: when pointing to:6 Command menu item Execute the command: Another rack (e.g. top line) Go to rack you point to> Another card in the current rack Go to that card in the rackB The current card in a rack Zoom in or out on the card (F2)> The current card in rack 0 Go to (load) the rack (F3)< The right mouse button Zooms the card out of the rack (F2).D¬‚‡>06 Zoomracks Erasers: Reversing Commands give You Control;Zoomracks commands are reversible so you can easily correct mistakes.@Commands with "Toggl" after them on the menu are toggles like an?ordinary light switch. If you press it once, it does something?visible. Pressing it a second time reverses what it did if you1don't like it. F2-Zoom card is a Toggle command.=Other commands come in pairs where each one reverses what the?other does. Example: F9 previous card, and F10 next card page.?When you know how to reverse commands, you will feel in controlAand be willing to experiment, and find Zoomracks both easy to useand fun.FD­‚=507 SHIFT F1 HELP: The On-line Reference Rack;If you want to know what a command does, use Control -> and(loading it if necessary) and to the card in it that describesAthe selected command. This card describes what the command does,and how to reverse it.The next card shows a matrix of Zoomracks commands. The first>column shows you the menu the commands are on; the second, the?general command name; the next four, the specific commands; andlines. When you know what one command does, you know what its?three counterparts do. For example, F10 goes to the next card,@so, too, "]" goes to the next rack, TAB to the next Fieldscroll,and Control X to the next line.´D¯„«909 The Command Matrix: Command Card for Most CommandsGMenu Command Rack Card Field Line ReverseEAlt Z Zoom F3(load)/F4 F2 F5 n/a ZoomIAlt N Next ] F10 TAB control X PriorH Prior [ F9 BACKTAB control E NextGAlt G Beginning of HOME Z HOME Q HOME F HOME L BacktoG END of END Z END Q END F END L BacktoG Backto B Z B Q n/a n/a BacktoDALt C Create INS Z INS Q See SH F3 n/a CutF Cut DEL Z DEL Q DEL F DEL L PasteE Copy C Z C Q C F C L noneD Paste P Z P Q n/a P L CutE Replace n/a n/a R F R L noneEAlt O PrinT T Z T Q n/a n/a noneE Display D Z D Q n/a n/a noneE Ascii file A Z n/a n/a n/a noneE out to Field F Z F Q n/a n/a noneÄD°»310 ESC Escaping to a Safe PlaceBAt any time if you can type ESC, the Escape key, it will interrupt6what you are doing and let you escape to a safe place.; ESC C: Clear what you are doing and return to main menu.4 ESC F7: Abort any macro definition you are making.( ESC M: Turn on the menu if it is off.$ ESC ESC: Resume what you are doing.@ If you are printing or outputting to the display, ESC stops theaction.’D±‚‰811 Search: Search and Selecting Commands8F8 string F8: Go to next card in the rack that has the3specified string on some line of the current field.>SHIFT F8: Toggle between selecting all cards, and just those?that matched the last search. This is best viewed in multicard;mode. You can tell which mode you are in because there are@colons (:::) rather than periods(...) at the end of the rack and9to the right of the rack number on the top of the screen. control F control X TAB* F10 - PriorN Prior <- control A control E BACKTAB* F9 - NextHAlt J Start of - - HOME L HOME F$ HOME Q* - noneH End of - - END L END F$ END Q* - nonePAlt E Cut control G control T control Y - - - control P LP Paste < - - control P L - - > control P F$ control P Q$ - CutCSuccessive cut commands accumulate into the paste buffer and can beCrestored with a single Paste Line (P L) command. *: Line Edit only$: Field edit onlyÊDµ‚Á615 Edit: Additional Editing CommandsJ control U: Undo Edit. control P R: Replace line with cut textH control P D: Paste today's date control P T: Paste the current time.@F5 toggles field Zoom on and off, and thus between line edit and;field edit. Field edit has the following editing commands:) control P F: Paste in the field buffer.( control P Q: Paste in the card buffer.- control R M: Reformat, and set margin here., control R P: Reformat to end of paragraph.3control R INS: INSert/ Typeover (overwrite) toggle.9 control R T: Set TAB length to this character position.* control R J: Join next line to this one.+ control R S: Split this line in two here.%D¶ƒ@16 Templates: Creating Racks and Changing Templates; There are two ways to create a rack. (a) create it from;scratch, (b) start with an existing template and modify it./ INS Z: create new rack and specify fields.? C T P Z: Copy Template, Paste Zoomrack. These two commands?will create a new rack with the same format as the current one.;SHIFT F3 Modify rack Template. Toggles on these commands:DAlt A L: move field left INS F: INSert new field here@ R: move field right DEL F: Delete this field9 S: Split lines J: Join Lines>Alt F W +: increase display width. F6: Edit field name# W -: decrease display width.M SHIFT F6: Edit rack name control U U: Toggle to original TemplateD·‚817 Copying and Moving: Cut, Copy, Paste, and Replace>DEL Q: Cut current Quickcard from rack and put in card buffer.? C Q: Copy current Quickcard from rack and put in card buffer.7 P Q: Paste Quickcard from card buffer into this rack.@Note: DEL Q and P Q are inverses, doing one, then the other does,nothing (except to destroy the card buffer). To delete, use DEL Q., To move, use DEL Q, go someplace then P Q. To copy use C Q then P Q.@You can cut, copy, paste and replace racks, fields and lines the same way.ûD¸òB18 Mathematics: +, - * / Loading, Totaling, and Storing(Backspace: Clear left register)Backspace Backspace: Clear both registers&digits: put number into left registerH+: Add left register to right -: Subtract left register from rightD*: Multiply left register by right /: Divide right register by left L N: Load number on current lineL F: Sum all lines, this field)L Q: Sum all cards, this field, this rack5R C: Replace the current line with the right registerìD¹ã.19 Printing: The Output CommandsThere are four output commands:/ T o: Output to prinTer. (o = Q or Z) D o: Output to Display.! X o: Output to a teXt file., F o: Output to the Fieldscroll buffer.@Each command takes a Z or Q option to indicate whether to output=the whole rack, or a single card. In search lock (SHIFT F8),#only the selected cards are output.=NOTE: An output form specifies how the information is output.(See next card.)HDºƒ?C20 Output Forms: Formatting your Print Output Information@The output form is a Fieldscroll that you can modify (with T F6; R O: Replace the output form from the Fieldscroll buffer.@ DEL O: Cut the current output form to the Fieldscroll buffer.]D»T/21 Changing Parameters $: The Control Panel@Zoomracks has several parameters you can change with the controlpanel ($) command.&$ B: Toggle the error bell on and off.7$ C: Toggle between compression and truncation display.!$ F: Change the foreground color.!$ K: Change the bacKground color.($ M: Toggle the command menu on and off.ÃD¼‚ºG22 Files: Files, File Backup, and the Operating SystemAZoomracks files have a .ZRX extension. Whenever Zoomracks writesAout a file it copies the old version to a backup file with a .ZBK
extension.@The X L command outputs an ASCII teXt file with a .ASC extension@loadable by Zoomracks (rename its extension to .ZRX) and by most&word processors. Zoomracks files are:9ZR.DAT ZRI.IMG, ZRII.IMG ZR.PRG: Atari Zoomracks Program.7 ZR.EXE: IBM Zoomracks Program.%F1HELP.ZRX: General Help.,KEYHELP.ZRX: Reference card help.3TUTORIAL.ZRX: Zoomracks on-line tutorial.:xxx.ZBK: Zoomracks backup file for xxx.ZRX.òD½‚é423 Macros: Defining and Using Macros?Defining a macro is like recording on a cassette tape recorder;*executing a macro is like playing it back.>SHIFT F7 m: Define a macro. Enter a letter from A to Z, then>enter a sequence of keystrokes which are executed as you enter;them. When you are finished, press SHIFT F7. The macro isAput in Rack 1 with the name you specified. You might want to put;comments about what the macro does in Field 2 of that card.9F7 m: Execute macro m. Play back the keystroke sequence.=Since a macro is just a field in a card, you can edit a macro?after you have defined it. Section V of rack KEYHELP describesBextra commands that you can edit into your macro to do things likesimple looping.D¾‚„F24 Limits: Capacities of Racks Cards, Fields and Lines characters per line: 80 lines per field: 250 fields per card: 27 cards per rack: 10,0002 racks in memory: 8 + 1 macro rack + rack 0.# active macros: 26 (1 rack)@Zoomracks is an in-RAM system whose major practical limit is the@amount of RAM. Racks use only as much space as there is text in3them so you are not 'charged' for unused space. (AAsingle card would have 540,000 bytes of memory in it (27 fields xA250 lines x 80 characters). The 'gas gauge' at the bottom of the6screen shows you how much RAM you are currently using."D¿ƒ625 Application: Using Macros to Merge Racks@This application demonstrates Zoomracks macros: If you have two?racks (Rack 2 and Rack 3) that have the same format and want to,copy all the cards from one rack to another:;1. Move one card from Rack 2 to Rack 3. Type 2 DEL Q 3 P Q3 This should move one card from Rack 2 to Rack 3.=2. Now define a macro to move one card from Rack 2 to Rack 3.7Call the macro M for move. Type SHIFT F7 M 2 DEL Q 3 P:Q SHIFT F7. This will move another card from Rack 2 to 3.<3. Type F7 M. This will move a third card from Rack 2 to 3.D4. Type F7 # 3 M. This will move three more cards from Rack 2 to 3.:5. Type F7 # M. This will move the rest from Rack 2 to 3.?Only steps 2 and 5 are necessary, the rest helps you understandhow macros work.DÀ†@26 Customizing Zoomracks: Add Your Own cards for Your UsersAIf you build an application in Zoomracks you can customize it foryourself and others:1. You can build templates.2. You can build output forms.3. You can write macros.;4. You can make your own F1HELP rack with help information.@5. You can write external programs that read and write ZoomracksText Loadable files.óDÁê327 Synonyms: To HELP you Find Things.BYou won't find everything that you search for in this rack. So weAhave added these cards with some synonyms that will direct you tothe right place. adjacent: see next and prior$ delete: See cut; see unshow rack define: see create find: See search first: See home' goto: See go to inversego: See back to last: See end list: See prinT load: See Zoom rack F3 previous: See prior select: see search lock type: See T-prinT

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Archive   : ZMRAK-D1.ZIP
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