Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : SHEZ105.ZIP
Filename : SAMPLE.INI

 
Output of file : SAMPLE.INI contained in archive : SHEZ105.ZIP
;********************************************************************
; SHEZ User Initialization file *
; (SAMPLE FILE ONLY!!!!!) *
; *
; AFTER MODIFYING THIS FILE IT MUST *
; BE RENAME TO: *
; SHEZ.INI *
; AND THEN COPIED TO A DIRECTORY THAT IS *
; IN YOUR PATH STATEMENT. *
; *
; *
;FORMAT OF FILE: *
; Each line must end with a Carriage return, Line feed. *
; Everything to the right of a semicolon treated as comments. *
; *
; External viewer programs are specified as follows: *
; EXT = PROGRAM *
; WHERE ext is the file extension (DO NOT ENTER THE PERIOD!) *
; program is the program to execute based on the selected *
; file extension. *
; $f indicates to SHEZ where to place the filename *
; when executing the program. *
;EXAMPLE: *
; C=E:\UTY\QEDIT.EXE $F *
; *
; If the highlighted file in SHEZ is HELP.C then SHEZ will *
; attempt to execute E:\UTY\QEDIT.EXE HELP.C *
; *
;********************************************************************
; ADVANCED FEATURES *
; *
;SPECIFYING A STARTUP DIRECTORY: *
; To tell SHEZ to change to a specific directory before running *
; the specified external file viewer use the vertical bar *
; character to separate the startup directory name from the *
; viewer command as shown below: *
; *
;GIF=E:\GIF\VPIC.EXE $F|G:\GIF\VPIC *
; *
; *
;TELLING SHEZ TO PAUSE AFTER RUNNING THE VIEWER: *
; SHEZ can pause before returning to itself allowing you to *
; view the contents of the screen after the external viewer *
; has been executed. This is accomplished by placing the ~ *
; character immediately after the equal sign. *
; *
;GIF=~E:\GIF\VPIC.EXE $F|G:\GIF\VPIC *
; *
; *
;********************************************************************




[External Viewers] ;THIS IS A REQUIRED ENTRY, TELLS SHEZ WHERE
;THE EXTERNAL VIEWER DATA BEGINS

generic=list.com $f ;This is a generic viewer it will be executed if
;the highlighted file's extension is not specified,
;or there is no file extension.

H =Q.EXE $f ;Run q.exe for file with .h extension

DOC=E.EXE $f ;Run e.exe for file with .doc extension

WP =WPVIEW.EXE $F ;Run wpview.exe for file with .wp extension

C=E.EXE $F ;Run e.exe for file with .c extension



;********************************************************************
; SETTING UP PRINTERS *
; *
;Up to three user defined printers can be defined. Each printer *
;definition requires it's own section name. The section name *
;is: [PRINTERx] where x is 1,2, or 3. *
;Each printer section must have the following keyword defined: *
; *
;NAME *
; user defined name of printer (25 characters or less) *
;SETUP *
; printer setup string *
;CHARS-PER-LINE *
; maximum number of characters per line *
;LINE-PER-PAGE *
; maximum number of lines per page *
;ENDUP *
; printer endup string (THIS IS OPTIONAL) *
; *
;The printer SETUP and ENDUP strings can be up to 100 characters in *
;length. The strings CAN NOT contain carriage return or line feed *
;characters. If these must be included in the string use the $ *
;character to enter their HEX equivalent. I.E. a carriage return *
;would be entered as $0d. The $ character indicates to SHEZ that the*
;next two characters are to be interpreted as HEX. For example to *
;enter the ASCII ESC character into the setup string use the *
;following in your string: $1b. *
; *
;Each printer definition can also optionally use the PORT keyword *
;to define which LPT port use. If the PORT keyword is used the *
;only valid values are LPT1 through LPT9. If the PORT keyword is *
;not used SHEZ will then use the LPT port as defined in the SHEZCFG *
;program. *
;EXAMPLE: to print to port 3: *
;PORT=LPT3 *
;********************************************************************


[Printer1] ;HPLASER II-IV portrait compressed
name=HP-port-compress
setup=$1bE$1b(10U$1b(s16.6H$1b&l8D
endup=$1bE
chars-per-line=132
lines-per-page=80

[Printer2] ;HPLASER II-IV landscape compressed
name=HP-land-compress
setup=$1bE$1b&l1O$1b(10U$1b(s16.6H$1b&l8D
endup=$1bE
chars-per-line=174
lines-per-page=64


;******************************************************************
; SETTING UP USER MENUS *
; *
;Up to 20 user defined menu items may be defined in this section. *
;Each menu item MUST have a NAME parameter and a PROGRAM parameter*
;defined. The NAME parameter is the text that will appear drop *
;down menu when the uSer menu option is selected. The PROGRAM *
;parameter defines what program or batch file will be executed *
;when the item is selected. The rules for defining these two *
;keyword parameters are as follows: *
; *
;NAME *
; User defined text of 25 characters or less. This text will *
; appear on the drop down menu. *
; *
;PROGRAM *
; The program or batch file to execute when the selection is *
; chosen. *
; *
; *
;SPECIFYING A STARTUP DIRECTORY: *
; To tell SHEZ to change to a specific directory before running *
; the specified user program use the vertical bar character to *
; separate the startup directory name from the program/batch *
; file to execute as shown below: *
; *
; PROGRAM=E:\GIF\VPIC.EXE|G:\GIF\VPIC *
; *
; *
;TELLING SHEZ TO PAUSE AFTER RUNNING A PROGRAM *
; SHEZ can pause before returning to itself allowing you to view*
; the contents of the screen after the program has been *
; executed. This is accomplished by placing the ~ character *
; immediately after the equal sign. *
; *
; PROGRAM=~E:\GIF\VPIC.EXE|G:\GIF\VPIC *
; *
;PASSING A FILE TO A USER DEFINED PROGRAM *
; By using the $f variable when defining the PROGRAM to execute *
; you can pass the currently highlighted filename to an external*
; program. The $f tell SHEZ where to place the filename when *
; launching a user specified program. *
; *
; Two other variables can also be used, the $a and $m variable. *
; These variables only have meaning if you launched a user menu *
; item when selecting a member of a compressed file. The $a *
; variable will be replaced with the full compressed filename, *
; and the $m variable will be replaced with the name of the *
; selected member within the compressed file. For example: If *
; you are looking the contents of compressed file *
; D:\DOWN\SHEZXX.ZIP the highlighted item is SHEZ.EXE then the *
; $a variable will be replaced with D:\DOWN\SHEZXX.ZIP and the *
; $m variable will be replaced with SHEZ.EXE. *
; *
; The $f will also work when viewing the contents of a *
; compressed file. When viewing the contents of a compressed *
; file, if the $f characters are defined in the PROGRAM *
; specification, the highlighted file is extracted to a work *
; directory and the user program is launched. When the user *
; program is exited, SHEZ will then check the extracted works *
; file's time and date stamp. If the work file was updated SHEZ*
; will REFRESH the copy of the file in the compressed file. *
; *
; THERE ARE FIVE ADDITIONAL VARIABLES THAT CAN BE USED. *
; $CD will be replaced by the current drive, including the *
; colon. I.E. D: *
; $CP will be replaced by the current path, including the *
; trailing backslash. I.E. \UTILITY\ *
; $ED will be replaced by the extract drive, including the *
; colon. I.E. D: *
; $EP will be replaced by the extract path, including the *
; trailing backslash. I.E. \EXTRACT\ *
; $? will tell SHEZ to prompt the user for the information *
; to replace. *
; *
;******************************************************************

[User-menu]
Name=WordPerfect 5.1
Program=E:\APPS\WP51\WP.EXE /nk|E:\APPS\WP51

Name=WordPerfect 5.1 (pass file)
Program=E:\APPS\WP51\WP.EXE $f /nk|E:\APPS\WP51

Name=WordPerfect 6.0
Program=U:\WP60\WP.EXE /nk|U:\WP60

  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : SHEZ105.ZIP
Filename : SAMPLE.INI

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