Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : DAZL104.ZIP
Filename : HISTORY.DOC

Output of file : HISTORY.DOC contained in archive : DAZL104.ZIP
DAZL 1.04 [09-22-89]
-New Directory Structure Tree. (tested with 212 directories)
-New File Statistics when switching to DIR FILES. (tested to 870 in
a directory while under Lantastic)
-Compatible with PKZIP101 (Implosion).
- '+/-' keys to move from drive to drive cleaned up. Rather than
scanning until a directory of the next/last drive is found, the
dir pointer is moved from root to root.
-ZIP/ARC creation reworked somewhat. Shows what is happening better.
Press ESC to abort adding more files. Will stop after current file
has been added.
-Cleaned up the ZIP file extraction utility.
-Cleaned up the file deletion utility. Press ESC to abort the remaining
-Fixed bug in ARC window. While tagging files the cursor bar would run
off the bottom of the screen.

DAZL 1.03 [08-25-89] Not publicly released
-Code maintenance.

DAZL 1.02a [07-21-89]
-When ZIP file contained more ZIP files (particularly if the last file
was a ZIP) the file could not be read correctly.
-Fixed bug introduced in Version 1.02 (after pressing F1 the window
highlights were backwards)
-After loading, scrolls to directory invoked from.

DAZL 1.02 [07-19-89]
-Fixed bug in ARC window. When using the DOWN arrow key before any
others the display would scroll of the bottom of the screen.
-Now sorting file list in the ZIP/ARC window. (by request)
-Help key changed from F9 to F1 (by request)
-Improved keyboard buffer. Speeds tree scrolling, but introduced
jumpy response on slower keyboards. Believe me, some keyboards just
produce tighter timing. On this 101 there is a big difference between
the dedicated arrows and the numeric keypad arrows.

DAZL 1.01 [07-16-89]
-Official Release into ShareWare channels. Removed (b) from version.

  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : DAZL104.ZIP
Filename : HISTORY.DOC

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