Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : 4UTILS83.ZIP
Filename : 4UTILS.SMP

 
Output of file : 4UTILS.SMP contained in archive : 4UTILS83.ZIP
;
; 4UTILS.INI - Settings for 4DESC and 4FF.
;
; Values shown are defaults.

; The following variables are taken from the 4DOS.INI initialization file:
; (see the 4DOS help screen for a full explanation)
; These are site specific, so these values are examples.

EditMode = overstrike ; Insert or overstrike mod at start.
CursorOver= 100 ; Size of overstrike cursor in %
CursorIns = 10 ; Size of insert cursor in %
ampm = no ; Show time in am/pm format.

[DateAndTimeFormats]
DateFormat= mmddyy ; Valid entries are:
; ddmmyy, mmddyy, yymmdd, or ddMMMyy, eg
; 7.10.92, 10-07-92, 92/10/7, or 7Oct92
DateSep = - ; Date separator is a hyphen (mm-dd-yy)
TimeFormat= 12 ; Valid entries are: 12 (am/pm) or 24 (24 hours)
TimeSep = : ; Time separator is a colon (hh:mm)
MilleSep = , ; xxx,xxx
;
; The values in the DateAndTimeFormats section
; are in fact country specific and will be loaded
; according to the COUNTRY-code line in your
; config.sys file.

[ColorDisplay]
;
; Color Definitions for color displays
;
; The color names are:
;
; Black , DarkGray
; Blue , LightBlue
; Green , LightGreen
; Cyan , LightCyan
; Red , LightRed
; Magenta , LightMagenta
; Brown , Yellow
; LightGray , White
;
; (case is not significant)
;
StatusFg = Blue ; Status line foreground color
StatusBg = Cyan ; Status line background color
DirFg = LightCyan ; Directories are shown in DirFg on NormBg
SelectFg = Blue ; Select bar foreground color
SelectBg = Cyan ; Select bar background color
HighFg = LightRed ; Highlighted foreground, used for Cut & Edit prompts
NormFg = LightGray ; Normal foreground color
NormBg = Blue ; Normal background color
WarnFg = Yellow ; Foreground for warning messages
WarnBg = Cyan ; Background for warning messages

[MonoDisplay]
;
; "Color" definitions for monochrome displays
;
StatusFg = Black
StatusBg = LightGray
DirFg = White
SelectFg = Black
SelectBg = LightGray
HighFg = LightGray
NormFg = LightGray
NormBg = Black
WarnFg = Black
WarnBg = White

[GeneralDisplay]
;
LeftJust = no ; Do not left justify file extensions
FullSize = no ; Use nnK abbreviation for file size
Viewer = list ; Default file viewer program
Editor = edit ; Default text editor program
Hidden = no ; do not show hidden files
SortCriteria=name ; other valid entries are:
; name -- sort by name
; ext -- " " extension
; size -- " " size
; date -- " " date
; rev-name -- reverse sort by name
; rev-ext -- " " " extension
; rev-size -- " " " size
; rev-date -- " " " date
[Misc]
;
; Word separators recognized by Ctrl-Left (move to previous word)
; Ctrl-Right (move to next word)
;
Delimiters=,.;:!?/[]{}+*='"@%&$_œ
PasteMovesToNextIndex=Yes ; When pasting a description line, the bar
; normally moves to the next line (old behaviour).
; Set PasteMovesToNextIndex=No to suppress this.

[Mouse]
;
; These options are _speed-dependent_ ! Change it till the mouse
; movements become smooth.
;
VMickeysPerKeypress=2 ; 2 vertical mickeys ("mouse steps") equal 1 line
HMickeysPerKeypress=2 ; 2 horizontal mickeys equal 1 character

[4FF]
DoPage=Yes ; show "-- more --" message after a page
HilightMore=Yes ; hilights "-- more --" message


  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : 4UTILS83.ZIP
Filename : 4UTILS.SMP

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