Contents of the AVOCADO.WRI file
Avocado! is a small (one might even say dainty) application that makes Windows believe that a single click in the desktop is a double click. Avocado! is meant to be used with Mango Menu, causing the menu to appear with a single click, rather than the double click that causes Windows to execute the task manager, which some people would quickly grow to detest..
Avocado! replaces the window procedure for the desktop window while Windows is running, which is probably not the safest and most reliable thing to do, and will likely cause problems with odd applications that are trying to do something unusual (such as replace the window procedure for the desktop window), or future versions of Windows.
Because of the potential problems and incompatibilities, this feature has been implemented as a separate application, rather than as a part of Mango Menu. This keeps the most likely source of problems as an optional, separate application.
To use Avocado!, place Avocado! in your Startup group (if you are using the Program Manager as your shell), or include a @startup statement in your Mango Menu script (if you are using Mango Menu as your shell).
Note: If you have just gotten Mango Menu, and have opened this file, expecting it to be the documentation, open MANGO.HLP, Mango Menus help file (you can double-click a help file in the file manager to open it a surprising number of people dont know this).
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