Contents of the FEXTEND.WRI file
19FExtend for Windows 3.1 File Manager
(c)1992 Babarsoft, Inc. Written by Mark Gamber
FExtend works in conjunction with the Windows 3.1 (or better) File Manager, providing drag-drop methods of deleting files, getting information on files, time/date stamping files and changing file attributes. It made be configured to automatically load selected "applets" along with File Manager. In addition, selected applets may be configured in various ways, including screen position and whether or not they "float" above all other windows at all times.
To begin using FExtend, uncompress FEXTND16 to a floppy disk for safety and, if not already running Windows, start Windows and run the included program FINSTALL.EXE by double clicking on the file from the File Manager or from the Program Manager's "Run" item in the "File" menu. Finstall will copy the files to your Windows directory and add the required data to the File Manager to let FExtend run. If you are running File Manager when you run Finstall, you will need to close and reopen File Manager since the application loads with File Manager. Online help is displayed automatically the first time FExtend is run. After than, you may get help from the "FExtend" menu.
Custom setups are easy. You may copy FEXTEND.DLL and FEXTEND.HLP to any directory on any disk as long as you tell File Manager where to find it. I wouldn't recommend using a floppy disk but just about anything else is ok. When you've placed the files where you want them, it's simply a matter of making sure the following lines are in WINFILE.INI:
Add these lines, if not already there and correct and save the file and you're ready to go!
This software may be freely distributed. It is owned by Babarsoft and Mark Gamber and may not be altered in any way or sold for profit. In using the software, the user assumes responsibility for proper use and does not hold the software or author liable for any misfortunes caused by the software. If the user is unable to agree to this, the user should dispose of the software immediately. The software is (c)1992 to Babarsoft and Mark Gamber. No guarentees are implied.
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