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Contentsb* §8 @€V€â‡ÉV9€‡"€‰€€‚ÿ Gator Edit help table of contents–Ei, &€-€°˜€€€‚ÿWelcome to Gator Edit 1.0. If you have a super VGA screen, you might want to break the table of contents out into its own window. Click the first bone in the index below to do that. This will allow you to keep the contents screen open, so you will be able to quickly jump around inside the help file. You may have to size the main window to make the two help windows fit comfortably beside each other.m;§Ö2 2€w€˜€€€€€‚‚ÿThe help engine will remember the main window's position, but it will not remember the floating window's placement. That window's place is set by hard-wired data compiled into this file. (The moral of this tale being you adjust the main window if you want them to mesh nicely next time you load the file.)To exit, click the Exit button on the button bar above this window. It'll close both windows. If you want to close the floating index, double-click the system button in the upper-left-hand corner of that window. It'll close, but this window will remain open.[$i17 >€J€˜˜ãv«T$€‡"€€ ‰‚ÿFloat the table of contents <Öm' €*€˜€
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€°€‚ÿGator Edit is easy to install. Put its files somewhere safe and give it an icon in Program Manager or whatever other shell you use.0û¡F|I5 8€ù€˜€‚†"€â[ðLJ‰‚ÿAfter you've unpacked the Zip file, create a directory (C:\GATOR is fine) and copy all the files from the zip into that directory. Gator Edit knows how to find itself, don't worry about that. Toss the contents into the directory, then make an icon in your shell, and you're finished. If you don't know how to create that icon, here's how: from Program Manager's file menu, with the group open that you want to put it into, click on File, New, and make sure Program Item is checked. Then click on OK.ßLG“L8 >€Ã€˜€†"€‚†"€‚ÿ When the box comes up asking you for the description, type in Gator Edit, and then click in the box where you specify the program to run. Type in the drive and path to it if you know it, or click on Browse and navigate your way about until you find it, GATOR.EXE. Once you've got an icon, you can use the program by firing it up and telling it to open files. You might want to change your TXT association to Gator Edit, too. To do that, start File Manager, highlight a TXT file (any one, it doesn't matter), and select File, Associate, then use the Browse button to find GATOR.EXE. Click on OK and the next time you double-click a TXT file, Windows will start Gator Edit, load the TXT file into the editor, and away you'll go.¶„|IIN2 2€ €˜€€€€€‚‚ÿBy the way, we worked hard to make Gator Edit a well-behaved Windows application. It puts nothing in your \WINDOWS\SYSTEM or \WINDOWS directory (not even an INI file). It knows where it keeps its INI (in its own directory) and it leaves everything else alone. We're tired of software mangling our systems.So our program won't do that. Gator Edit is house-trained, you might say...1“LzN1äÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿzN9³IN9$ €€€‚ÿIf you're using another shell, you'll have to check the manual for how to create an icon. With some shells (including Program Manager) you can just drag Gator Edit's file icon right from a File Manager window and drop them into a group in Program Manager. Your shell may vary, but the process is rarely difficult. Consult your documentation if the procezN9INdure is different from the one listed here. Windows 4.0 beta testers will follow a different procedure than other Windows users, as they probably already know. Gator is not an OLE application, so it does not need to be formally "registered" unless you want to load TXT files by double-clicking them.JzNƒ1‹…>ŠƒÝÝËHow to operate Gator EditZ"9Ý8 @€F€â‡ÉV9€‡"€‰€€ ‚ÿ How to operate Gator Edit$ùƒƒ+ $€ó€°€€€‚ÿGator Edit is designed to be simple. It's designed to be powerful. A common problem with many editors is that the powerful ones are often confusing. We think that's wrong, so we worked overtime to make the power in Gator Edit easily accessible.Ÿt݁ ƒ+ &€è€˜€‚€
€‚ÿUnless software is easy to use and configure, it's a waste of time, we think. We bet you'd agree.File formats:žtƒ>…* "€é€€€€‚ÿGator Edit will only edit plain text files like your SYSTEM.INI or WIN.INI. It won't open Word files, Write files, or anything but unadulterated ASCII text. Or---perhaps---it might open them, but you would not want to edit them with Gator Edit. You might lose formatting, or even corrupt the file (it's hard to say, it depends on the word processor file in question).Q% ƒ†, &€K€˜€‚€
€‚ÿGator Edit will browse the text components of binary files, and in fact it may think a word processor file is a binary file, and because of that it would protect you from damaging it. The exception would be an RTF file, which is really just a special type of plain text.Available memory:qG>…ˆ* "€€€€€‚ÿThere are only a few limitations covering what the program can open. You must have sufficient free memory to load the entire file into RAM. If you've got a six megabyte text file and want to open it, you'll need six megabytes of free memory. Not six total, but six contiguous megabytes of memory free before you can begin.'†'Š& €€˜€‚‚ÿThat's an important distinction, so make a note of it.If you try to load a file that's larger than free memory, you may send Windows into a swapfile-crunching frenzy, or you may just crash the editor. It will attempt to determine how much memory it needs to load a file, but it may fail at this. We've opened six megabyte text files with no problems on our high-performance test machines. Your mileage may vary. We've tested the editor on machines with four megabytes of memory and machines with 16 megabytes.zSˆ¡Œ' €§€˜€‚‚‚ÿNinety percent of our users will never reach the ceiling of available memory, but there is a limit, so we thought we'd mention it.To take Gator Edit for a test drive, try a small text file. The readme.txt file that comes with Gator Edit will do nicely if you still have it. Play with it, mangle it, and see how Gator Edit works.Then create a new file, poke around, see what happens when you play with the toolbar and the various menu items. We think you'll find that the program is laid out logically and with thought given to putting the most frequent items on the first-level of the menu.:'ŠÛŒ' €&€˜€
€‚ÿUser interface:0þ¡Œ 2 2€ý€˜€€€‚€€‚ÿWe worked very hard to put the items in Gator's menu in sensible places. We tried to give them logical shortcut keys whenever possible. Things having to do with text are in the text menu, things having to do with editing (cutting, pasting) are in the edit menu, and so forth. Just where they should be.Where it was possible, we put images on the toolbar buttons that matched what the function was going to do. If you see a ! on a button, that always means, "all" such as Close all, Save all, and so on.åÀی À% €€˜€‚ÿThere are explanations of every menu function and toolbar icon in the status line. These will appear when a particular menu item is highlighted or the mouse is over a button on the toolbar.  À9k ›Á$ €×€€‚ÿThere's a right mouse button menu, too. It has most of the text and edit controls on it. Try the right mouse button with some plain text and some highlighted text, you'll see it's "intelligent" and knows what to do if you highlight something. It'll give you the menu items applicable to highlighted text if you have some, and it'll suppress those if you don't.ê¸ À…Ã2 2€q€˜€€€‚€
€‚ÿOnce you've played with Gator Edit, read the help for each menu item. The toolbar builder has its own section, as does the program's hot keys or "shortcut" keys. We think the keyboard is better than the mouse for most editing chores (after all, you are typing when you're editing) so we didn't skimp on them. Many of the keyboard shortcuts are similar to those on other editors, so you may already know them.Using Gator Edit's help:˧›ÁPÄ$ €O€€‚ÿPart of operating Gator Edit is using this help file. I use a few conventions that should help you find important information quickly. If you see something like...î¡…Ã>ÇM h€G€˜€ ƒ†"€€
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€‚ÿFixing ugly Windows help colors:÷¿>ǀÊ8 >€€˜€€€‚€€€€‚ÿText that shows up in color (light green, red, and so on) contains pop-up or jump information. If you want to make that more readable (the horrible green MS uses by default stinks) open up WIN.INI in Gator Edit and look for a section called [Windows Help].In that section will be some lines you can change to match mine, and after doing so the help will be much more readable---and not just this help file, all help files. Here's the lines to look for (you can create a [Windows help] section if one does not exist, and you must re-start Windows after making any of these changes to have them take effect). The numbers represent RED GREEN BLUE using 0 through 255 for the values in intensity.…^‰ÇË' €¼€Œ€‚‚‚‚ÿJumpColor=000 000 255PopUpColor=128 000 000MacroColor=000 000 128IFJumpColor=128 000 128>€ÊCË# €6€€‚ÿIFPopupColor=255 255 000šuËÝË% €ê€˜˜€‚ÿSee the Windows 3.1 or 3.11 Resource Kit for further information about changing these and other WIN.INI variables.CCË Ì1u
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€€‚€€‚ÿSave as - exactly the same as Save, except you can use this process to change the file's name. The original file is left "intact" or how it was before you altered it between the last save and this one. If you continue editing, your changes will be saved into this new "changed" file name.Delete current file - this will close the front window, and if there is a corresponding file on the disk (you've saved it or opened it) it will delete the disk file. So it's really two operations in one: closing the window and killing any disk file that exists. If you've opened something just to see what it was and decide you want to delete it, this operation will do that for you in a single step.\5"FhI' €j€˜€€‚ÿExport - you may convert to one of three formats.òÅ IZJ- (€‹€6˜˜‘€‘€€
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€‚ÿ Note: unless you are editing a backup copy, you cannot edit GATOR.INI with Gator. Use Notepad or make a backup copy, edit that, then copy it over GATOR.INI after Gator Edit is closed.ã.:2 2€Ç€˜€€€‚€€‚ÿPrint - lets you print the contents of the file. It prints the entire file, so make sure you've got enough paper on hand to do that. You can't assign fancy fonts, or so forth, this is a text editor we're talking about here, not a word processor. Downloaded fonts sent to your printer may work fine, it depends on the printer.Printer setup - brings up the Windows printer setup dialogue. You'll know what to do when it comes up. If not, read your Windows manual for some tips!T%Ž5 8€?€˜€€€€‚€€‚ÿExit - closes Gator Edit. It will prompt you to save any files that you have modified since you opened them, and it will silently close any that have not changed.Last-ten file list - Gator Edit will store the names (and paths) of the last ten files you open. If you are usually editing the same files over and over, you can quickly fire them up by picking them from this list. If you created a file in one directory, and then later on used File Manager or the DOS prompt to move the file, and then pick this file name from the last ten list, you will get an error message. The message will advise you that the file no longer exists in that path, and asks you if you would like to search for it. If you pick yes, the Find file dialogue appears. (See the explanation of that menu item above.)â©:p9 @€U€6˜˜‘€‘€€†"€€
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‚ÿ When opening very large files (.5MB or larger) you may want to turn word wrap off. If word wrap is on and the file already has carriage returns, you will double the amount of time it takes to open the file (as it parses through it looking for lines that are too long). If the file needs  Ž“Áî‰to be wrapped, it's best to wrap it after it is open, when the entire file is in memory and you've seen whether or not it needs to be wrapped. Wrapping a large (multi-megabyte) file may take several minutes or more as the editor parses through the file. If you are on a low-memory 80386 system, it could take fifteen or twenty minutes if the file is very large (greater than a megabyte).«l Ž>Ã? L€Ù€€€€€€€âYœ0‰€€‚ÿSpell-check - Gator Edit has an optional spell-checking module. If you use CMPQwk 1.4, you don't need to download it. Gator Edit will automatically detect the location of your CMPQwk spelling module under most circumstances. It will enable the spell-check menu item, and Gator Edit will share spelling engines and personal dictionaries with CMPQwk 1.4.7 “ÁuÅ+ $€€˜€€€‚ÿUsing the speller is just like using CMPQwk's speller, or most Windows spell-checkers. You'll be presented with the word the speller doesn't understand, a suggestion or suggestions, (if it can find one) a text-entry line on which you can edit the flagged word if you'd like, and buttons to add the word to the personal dictionary, replace it with one of the suggestions, ignore it, ignore all instances, and so forth. Double-clicking any of the suggested words is the same as clicking it once and then clicking Replace.³u>Ã(È> J€ë€˜€€€€€€‚€€€‚ÿIf you don't use CMPQwk 1.4 you can download the Gator Edit spell-checking files as an individual archive (we don't ship them in the main file). If you got both, then decided to use CMPQwk and want to save a bit of disk space, you can delete the files that came in the speller archive.ROT13 encode/decode - this tool will apply ROT13 encoding to the selected text, or if no text is selected, to the entire file. ROT13 is a commonly-used technique for "protecting" people from viewing text they may find offensive (for example dirty jokes in public messages). Internet E-mail is often "shifted" with ROT13 encryption.îÉuÅÊ% €“€˜€‚ÿIt's actually not encryption at all, but it shifts every letter to the right 13 characters (and begins again when it reaches Z). So A is N, B is O and so forth. If you ROT13 some text by mistake, you can simply ROT13 it again and it'll "come back." Why? Because half of 26---the number of letters in the alphabet---is 13. Imagine the letters on a hula-hoop, with A and Z touching. If you go halfway and then halfway again, you're back where you started.¤k(ȺË9 @€Ù€6˜˜‘€‘€€†"€€
€‚ÿ Note: ROT13 will not work if you have background loading enabled unless one of two conditions is true. Either the entire file is in memory if you have not selected text, or you must have selected some text (Select all won't work unless the file is loaded all the way, either). Once the file is fully in memory, either method (highlighted or not) will work.Z3ÊÍ' €g€€€‚ÿIndent with tabs - if you want to offset the selected text with TAB characters, pick this. The editor will ask you how many TABS to use. Note that if you send the text into the margin and you've got word-wrap on, you'll make a big mess of things. This feature only works on text that you've highlighted.NºËbÏ6 :€1€˜€€‚€€‚€€‚ÿIndent with spaces - same procedure as above, only uses the specified number of spaces. Watch out for your margins, if you space it into the margin, you'll foul it up. This feature only works on text that you've highlighted.Lower case - shifts all highlighted characters to lower case no matter what case they are now. This feature only works on text that you've highlighted.Upper case - shifts all highlighted characters to upper case no matter what case they are now. This feature only works on text that you've highlighted.0ûÍž5 8€÷€˜€€‚€€€€‚ÿSwitch case - an interesting tool that lets you toggle case. If the text contains mixed case such as ThbÏžî‰e Dog jumped over the Fence, when you highlight it and pick Switch case the line will be changed to: tHE dOG JUMPED OVER THE fENCE. A specialized function but it can come in handy in certain cases, such as repairing text typed when the caps lock was left on by mistake. This feature only works on text that you've highlighted.Center - centers the marked text. Word-wrap must be on for this to work. It will attempt to clean up the paragraph as much as possible in the process, but if you've got stray hard returns in it, it may not come out the way you expected. This feature works on the current line (where the cursor is) or on all highlighted text.#èbÏÁ; D€Ñ€˜€€€€‚€€€€‚ÿFlush left - will take highlighted and perhaps mangled text and slam it against the left margin. Can be used to undo indented paragraphs. Word-wrap must be on for this to work. This feature works on the current line (where the cursor is) or on all highlighted text.Flush right - will take the highlighted text and force it over to the right margin. Word-wrap must be on for this to work. This feature works on the current line (where the cursor is) or on all highlighted text.*ûžë/ ,€÷€˜€€‚€€‚ÿWrap to paragraph - if you've got a paragraph or several paragraphs that break before you want it to, or has "malformed" breaks (lines are too short because of too many returns) and you want it to block up into a single, nicely-formatted paragraph, highlight it and select this item. This feature works only on text you have highlighted.Sort lines - will sort lines (as long as there is a carriage return character after each line) by alphanumeric value. A dialogue will appear offering some options:qEÁ\, (€Š€6˜˜‘€‘€€
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€‚€€‚ÿLicense restrictions:Once you have registered you have a license to use Gator Edit on all of the computers you own, as long as only one copy per registration can be used at a time. We use the book analogy here, you can lend it to a friend if he comes over, but you can't let him take it home and continue to use your copy for yourself. In fact, we do not allow the transfer of your license when you purchase one.Ý3B G' €»€˜€‚‚‚ÿGator Edit is so inexpensive we don't feel license transfer (which makes extra work for us, too) is worthwhile.You may not alter, modify, disassemble, or otherwise hack our program. You'll note in the credits section we have a program security analyst. He tells us whether or not our program is hackable (registerable without paying). I'm sure a good programmer could do it, but it is a violation of copyright law to do so, and we're advising you here not to do that.Your license is good for all versions of Gator Edit we produce up until the next major upgrade. We define a "major" upgrade as a full number change. So if we come out with a 1.5 version, you'll get that free. But 2.0 will not be a free upgrade for users of 1.0.ŽiD—G% €Ò€˜˜€‚ÿGiven the amount of work that we've put into the program (and will put into it) that's perfectly fair.> GÕG7 >€€˜˜â—50€†"€‰€‚ÿ?—GH' €0€˜€
€‚ÿBonus? What's this?^4ÕGrI* "€i€€€€‚ÿWhat's the bonus? Well, if you use CMPQwk 1.4 (our mail reader) we've done a nifty thing for you. Set Gator Edit as your external folder viewer (Options, General, Advanced, Folders). Now if you open your folders, then double-click a message to read, Gator Edit will fire up and load the folder message.&âH˜KD V€Å€˜€€€‚€€€€€€€€‚ÿFine, nothing fancy there you say, Notepad has been doing that for months.But---if you go back to CMPQwk and double-click another message without first closing Gator Edit---you'll find that Gator Edit will not run a duplicate copy of itself, but it will load the next message right on top of the first. You can quickly load four or five (or a dozen) messages to cut and paste into a document, or to clip out to make into a new message (via the clipboard), or to print.ÌrIœL8 >€™€˜€€€€€‚€€‚ÿWe think Gator Edit and CMPQwk were made for each other. Of course, being that we made Gator Edit and CMPQwk, this makes sense. If you use our mail reader, please try this option.Folder viewing:ÕŸ˜KqN6 :€?€€€€€€€€‚ÿNot only that, but you can view your Folders right from Gator Edit without running CMPQwk. Many of our users have asked us for a way to do this (they don't have a packet, they just want to peek into the folders to get a telephone number, or print a message). Gator Edit will let you collect dozens of messages in one fell swoop, opening them all in the background behind the "Open CMPQwk Folders" dialogue.…RœL3 4€¥€˜€€€‚‚€€‚ÿWe offer a very inexpensive registration for Gator Edit to registered users of our off-line mail reader (only $15). Remember when we said, "When you're in our family, you're in our family?" And we said we were going to offer very aggressive prices on other products to our CMPQwk users? It sounded like typical come-on shareware author claptrap,qN  didn't it?Didn't think we meant it, did you?Considering the power it gives the Folder Tools™, we think it's a steal. We've seen editors with fewer features and much less power (and unable to view your Folders) going for triple that figure.9qN;' €$€˜€€‚ÿSpell checker:vF±‚0 .€€€€€€€‚ÿAnd wait---(yeah, like the knife commercial)---there's another bonus. If you use CMPQwk 1.4 (or later) you don't need to get or make a home on your hard disk for the extra spell-check files for Gator Edit---Gator Edit knows how to use CMPQwk's spelling dictionary. This will save about 600K of your precious disk space.K;ü„E X€€6˜˜‘€‘€€†"€€
€âZ=ÒZ‰€€‚ÿ Note: You must have a CMPQWK.INI file in your Windows directory that has, on the first line, a valid pointer to the \CMPQWK directory. It will probably say: CMPQwikPath=C:\CMPQWK. If you are using the special /i: /c: switches to load CMPQwk, and don't have a CMPQWK.INI file in your Windows directory, and would like to share the speller's dictionary, just create a "dummy" CMPQWK.INI file in the Windows directory and put the line: CMPQwikPath=C:\CMPQWK (with the correct paths as they are on your system).¼˜±‚¸…$ €1€€‚ÿOnce that's done, all you need to do is run Gator Edit. It will find the spelling dictionary and enable the text menu spell check item automatically.¾“ü„v†+ $€'€˜€€€‚ÿSo that's three ways they'll work together for you. Maybe we should change the name to Gator Suite when we come out with our next application?1¸…§†1øÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ§†nˆÇ—v†nˆ0 .€/€€€€€€‚ÿOnly users running CMPQwk 1.4 under Windows NT, or users requiring multiple configurations will need to load the program with these switches. Ninety-nine percent of our users will not have to worry about this, and you are probably one of those users. Why we have these switches in our other program is too complicated to go into here, so see the CMPQwk 1.4 help file for further information about it.1§†Ÿˆ1xÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿŸˆæˆGnˆæˆ/ .€0€€€€€€‚ÿBark! Bark! Bark!?Ÿˆ%‰1«
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€€€‚ÿPlease send bug notices to Derek Backus (not Todd Henschell). Derek is the programmer, I'm the guy who writes the documentation and designs the "look" of certain elements of the program. I haven't created any bugs that I know of, and if you forward a message to me regarding a malfunction or other issue you'll just delay getting a response because I'll just forward it to Derek.Ǜ?º, &€7€˜€€€‚‚ÿSave time. Cut out the middleman and contact Derek directly.If you have other questions relating to the program or our policies I'll try to help you.:óŽ À& €(€€€‚ÿRIME & U'NI Net:º À戎PºšÁ> J€¡€˜€€€€
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€€€‚ÿIf you want to download the latest updates, you may log on to the Patchbay BBS as CMPQWK DOWNLOAD with the password UPDATE. No registration is required to obtain the latest builds of any of our software. If you leave a message for us when you've logged on under that name, be sure you leave your real name in the message. If you want to get the message anywhere except on CompuServe or the Internet, you'll need to call back and register under your real name on your second visit to the system.¼qÊcÏ, &€!€˜€‚€€‚ÿIf you leave a message to us with a CompuServe or Internet address and request a response, we will attempt to reach you on the service you request. Only Derek can send mail on CompuServe, I don't have a CIS account.We have had many problems with our Internet host, and remember that we answer 100% of all mail that's not hateful or purposefully rude. That's our company policy! If you did not get a reply, it is because the reply we wrote out to you was lost in the void that seems to exist somewhere between our Internet host NetCom and the rest of the Internet. Where they are putting all of our mail, we don't know...but it gets lost quite a bit.ꐧÌYZ ‚€#€˜€‚€
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€€€€€‚ÿU'NI CMPQwk conference - Ledge sysop Joseph Sheppard has created a conference for us so we can do direct technical support for Gator Edit, CMPQwk, and our other products. Any board that carries U'NI Net can get this conference. We pick this conference up via The Ledge, so if that system is local to you, you can send questions you may have on conference 0 there, to save a bit on net traffic. If the Ledge is not local to you, please send support message in our conference, not in the Windows or Off-line mail conferences. We audit them, but will reply in our conference when possible.½|ýH
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[email protected]§A* "€Á€€€€‚ÿThe purpose of the Labyrinth BBS is to provide a registration site for shareware authors. It is a commercial BBS but support calls for users of our products are free. You do not need to subscribe to get support service.E@ìA1”ą ‚ $ìAEB¨DAdvanced informationY§AEB; F€>€â‡ÉV9€‡"€‰€€ €‚ÿ Advanced information/ ìAtC& €€°˜€‚ÿThe following sections contain technical information regarding configurations, problem-solving, network usage, and so on. Most users will not need to read these sections, but we like to provide as much information as possible so they may better use our software.VEBÊC9 B€<€˜ãVeᾀ‡"€€ ‰€‚ÿSystem requirements ÞetC¨Dy €ҀŒã®4.瀇"€€ ‰€‚ã…ÿ@{‡"€€ ‰€‚ããÑÅé‡"€€ ‰€‚ã #x€‡"€€ ‰‚‚ÿMultiple configurations Network usage Temporary files Editing GATOR.INI DÊCìD1&à€ é
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‚ÿGator Edit was tested under Windows 3.1, Windows 3.11 (Windows for Workgroups), Windows NT 3.1, Windows 4.0 Beta 1 (the May build), and very lightly under OS/2 2.1 or "OS/2 for Windows."The program was tested on machines ranging from a 386/25 with four megabytes of RAM up to a 486/50 EISA file-server grade system with 16MB of RAM. It ran fine (with no memory problems, even editing large files) on all systems. Obviously, systems with more memory could edit larger files.8L@N& €$€€€‚ÿSpeed-up tips:£~N €% €ý€˜€‚ÿThere are a few things you can do that will speed up Gator Edit on slower systems, and there are a few tricks you can use to accelerate how quickly it will load if you've assocatiated the TXT file extension with Gator Edit (which we suggest you do) and want to load a file by double-clicking it. The latter takes a tiny bit of disk space, but the speed inprovements are worth it.@N €¨D;@NG€# €0€€‚ÿSlow system speed-up:ܶ €#ƒ& €m€˜€‚‚ÿIf you have a slow system or a sluggish hard disk, turn off Gator Edit's toolbars and status line. Because the toolbar is really just a collection of bitmaps, when Gator loads it has to allocate resources for each button and load each of those bitmaps into memory so you can use them. By disabling the toolbar, you prevent Gator from loading the bitmaps.This will accelerate loading speed, and you'll see a slight speed-up in the app itself as overhead related to handling the toolbar and mouse position are turned off. It's very slight, but detectable. Since every function on the toolbar is available from the main menu (or a hot key) you can still get Gator's full feature set into play.½˜G€àƒ% €1€˜€‚ÿDisabling the status line is less-effective, but if you have a very slow system, everything you can do to speed the application is worth considering.X2#ƒ8„& €d€€€‚ÿSpeeding-up double-click loading of TXT files:.àƒf†& €€˜€‚‚ÿPerhaps you have a very fast system, but you don't like the time it takes Gator to load (expecially if you've turned on all the bells and whistles). For example, the sound file has to load if you have a start-up sound, the bitmaps for the toolbar need to get loaded, and so on. You like them when you're using Gator to edit something important, but you want to use Gator to view TXT files by quickly double-clicking them in File Manager.You can significantly speed this process up by taking the steps outlined below.@ò8„¦‰N j€ë€˜€†"€‚†"€€
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& ŒøŒÄMultiple configurationsX XŒøŒ8 @€B€â‡ÉV9€‡"€‰€€ ‚ÿ Multiple configurationsÝ ŒýŽ( €»€°€€‚ÿGator Edit was designed from the beginning to work in complex user environments. It has features that make having multiple configurations quite easy, and as a logical extension of that, using a single copy of the program on a properly set-up network should work fine. Gator Edit was tested on Windows for Workgroups 3.11, and there is no reason why the network and multiple-configuration features should not work on other networks. The principles are the same in each case.?øŒ<$ €6€˜€‚ÿMultiple configurations: äýŽQÁ% €É€˜€‚ÿThe program has a loading switch that will allow you to have multiple configurations in the event you have different projects that require different toolbars,<QÁXŒ screen colors, and so forth. To use this option, first copy the current GATOR.INI (inside the \GATOR directory) to a new file name. In the example, we'll copy it to SCRAZNER.INI. If you've got Gator Edit open, close it, then make another icon in your shell that has a command-line item in it like this on the program line:Á‘<Ä0 .€#€˜€
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€‚ÿCreateBackup=ìÇÌIïJ% €€˜€‚ÿWant backup files made every time you save? Change this to 1. If you enable this Gator will litter your disk with *.BAK files every time you edit a file. Gator does not clean up BAK files on exit.1J K1Íÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ0ÿÿÿÿ K¼K3
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€‚ÿRegNum= RegKey= RegName=kF‚³ƒ% €€˜€‚ÿThis section is where Gator Edit puts its registration information. The name and numbers are processed through an internal formula. If you haven't registered and try to "hack" this, good luck. The possible numerical combinations and variations run well into the millions and even beyond, depending on the size of your name.1H‚äƒ1äÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ7ÿÿÿÿ䃗…³w³ƒ—…< F€ï€€€
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€€€‚ÿTo be truthful, the name came from Temporary Revised Data. It was only after we said it out loud that we realized how it fit in nicely with the editor's name and character. *.TMP files are too boring, and nobody can tell who created them. If you see little TRDs in the Gator Directory, and Gator Edit is closed, you know it's time to break out the digital scooper.1äƒȅ1®ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ8ÿÿÿÿȅEˆ}Y—…Eˆ$ €³€€‚ÿIf you absolutely must edit GATOR.INI, and you didn't keep Notepad, here's how you do it: copy your current GATOR.INI file to GATOR.XXX or GATOR.OLD or whatever you'd like to call it. Open this new file in Gator Edit, make the changes you want to make. Close Gator Edit. We suggest you keep a backup of of the "clean" GATOR.INI, so rename GATOR.INI to GATOR.ZZZ and then rename GATOR.XXX or GATOR.OLD (or whatever you called it) to GATOR.INI. Then re-start Gator Edit to see the changes you made take effect. You should only need to do this to add special system files to the system file list.1ȅvˆ1fÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ9ÿÿÿÿvˆ«‰6Eˆ¬ˆ& € €€
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€‚ÿSystemOther1= SystemOther2=èÃʍ À% €‡€˜€‚ÿIf you have other files you'd like to be considered "system" files, you may specify the full path and filename here. Windows for Workgroups 3.11 users might want to load PROTOCOL.INI and users of multi-boot programs such as BOOT.EXE might want to specify BOOT.CFG. Type in what you want or leave them blank if you don't need them. Don't use Gator Edit to set this variable, it will not be changed unless you're editing a "backup" copy of GATOR.INI.Ž À™1Ž=À1ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ>ÿÿÿÿ=À"Â> À{À& €0€€
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€‚ÿLast0= Last1= Last2= (and so on)£RÄ?Å$ €þ€˜€‚ÿThere will be ten of these lines, 0 through 9, and they specify the paths and filenames of the last ten files you've edited.1œÄpÅ1ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿAÿÿÿÿpžÇܳ?ÅLÇ) €g€˜€
€‚‚ÿDoBark=This line controls how Gator barks (or makes him shut up) when you minimize him. He doesn't like to be ignored, and when you minimize him he'll bark at you. If you want him to shut up and never bark, set this value to 0. If you think it's funny, and want to hear him bark once the first time he is minimized in a session (and then be quiet) set this to 1. If you'd like him to bark every time he's minimized, set this to 2.rOpžÇ# €ž€€‚ÿOr you can throw a shoe at him, but don't send us the bill for your monitor.1LÇïÇ1 ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿBÿÿÿÿïÇÞÈ9¾Ç(È& €&€€
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€‚ÿUseSounds=DËùÌ% €?€˜€‚ÿThis variable, either 0 or 1, determines if Gator Edit will use your sound board to play WAV files for program events (which you set). You can use sounds, but not have any sounds happen until you load the configuration panel and tell the program what WAV files to use for what events.FµË?Í1”€„F?ͧÍ,ECopyright informationh-ù̧Í; F€\€â‡ÉV9€‡"€‰€€ €‚ÿ Copyright information & disclaimers=?ÍäÍ$ €2€°€
‚ÿCopyright information:zN§Í^Î, (€œ€€€€€‚ÿGator Edit is Copyright © 1994 by Derek Backus. All rights are reserved.`äÍÊJ b€-€˜€€€€€€€€€‚€€€€‚ÿGator Edit is not in the public domain, and all rights to the use of Gator Edit remain the property Derek Backus. You have a license to use this computer program beyond the 30 day evaluation period only if you register with us. If you do not register, it is illegal for you to use it beyond the 30 day evaluation period.Shareware vend^ÎÊùÌors who want to distribute Gator Edit for a nominal fee, or bundled in with other files MUST write us for permission to do so. They MUST notify end-users who buy their shareware disks that doing so does not constitute a registration for our software. See the Arcadia address in the registration mailing forms. We will readily grant permission, but we like to track who is doing what, so we can make sure they distribute up-to-date versions.É“^Γ6 :€'€˜€€‚€€‚€€‚ÿNo warranty is expressed or implied with regard to this software. It is not guaranteed to do anything other than fill up space on your hard disk, and we are not liable for any problems use of said software may cause for you, including destruction of data, lost time, pain and suffering and whatever else those attorney fellows think up.By trying Gator Edit you agree to these terms.If you give your friend a copy of this program in any form except as it was originally distributed, with all documentation and registration information, may a pox descend on your computer and mangle your hard disk's FAT and may all your backup disks have bad sectors!WÊ"8 >€¯€˜€€€€€‚€€‚ÿThe Gator Dog™ is a trademark. If you try to steal him, he will bite you. Gator is protected under law. This includes distributing him in an icon libary, pirating his bark sounds, stealing him to use in another program, and so forth. Don't do that. He has sharp teeth and loves the taste of pirate flesh. He may or may not have had his shots, we can't seem to remember...Microsoft Windows™ is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. All other products that may be mentioned in this documentation are the respective properties of their owners, and as such, have no direct affiliation with us.>“`7 >€€˜˜â—50€†"€‰€‚ÿ6"–' €€˜€€
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€‚ÿOperating systems:”d–g 0 .€É€€€€€€‚ÿWe do not support---nor do we test---Gator Edit running under anything except Microsoft Windows™ 3.1, Windows for Workgroups 3.11, Windows NT 3.1 or 3.5 "Daytona," or Windows 4.0. (The Windows 3.11 "update" posted on CompuServe and other sites is fine, too.) If you run another operating system, Gator Edit may work fine---but then again it may not.©ƒÓ & €€˜€‚‚ÿDeciding to run the program under anything but Windows 3.1, 3.11, NT or 4.0 (currently in beta) is your decision, and your decision alone. We cannot diagnose, attempt to fix, or otherwise remedy any problems you may encounter, nor can we effectively deal with support messages regarding other operating systems, environments, and so forth, since we cannot test potential fixes in a timely fashion.This caution includes such things as OS/2 2.1 (including the "OS/2 for Windows" thing IBM is hawking), WABI under UNIX, Soft Windows on the Macintosh or Power PC, and whatever other flavor-of-the-month Windows wanna-be that might come around.Þ¦g  @8 >€M€˜€€€‚€€€€‚ÿThese ain't Windows, so we don't use them or test them. They all have incompatibilities that real Windows 3.1 does not have, and this compatibility gap is going to widen as Windows advances. For the record, Gator Edit uses only well-documented Windows 3.1 API calls and it is compiled using Borland Turbo Pascal for Windows running under Windows for Workgroups 3.11.We have two beta testers (who will remain nameless) using Windows 4.0 Beta 1 and we paid close attention to making sure Gator Edit runs well on it. Derek purchased Windows NT 3.1 for this purpose, too (and OS/2 2.1 which he has since removed in favor of NT). Anything else we cannot support, and we do not "officially" support OS/2. (Read into that what you want, essentially it means that any difficult problems that may or may not crop up under OS/2 but that don't happen in "real" Windows will probably take a back seat to supporting the genuine article.)  @ùÌ4
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€‚ÿWarranty:¬… @ìA' € €€€‚ÿGator Edit is not warrantied to do anything at all except eat up some hard disk space and waste a bit of your time playing with it. If you register it and later on you find it fails to properly execute its programming code, once you make an effort to notify us about it, we will attempt to fix the problem to the best of our ability but we do not offer refunds, credits, and the like. ¾@@ªD. *€!€˜€€€‚‚‚‚ÿWe do not warranty that we will be able to provide immediate fixes to every problem, or even fixes (period) to every problem. Doing so may not be possible.Since Gator Edit is shareware, we suggest you use it for the 30 day period before registering it, that way you will know how well (or not-well) it will work for you.That's the point behind shareware.We distribute it at low cost so you can try it at no cost, and if you like it, you register it. Were we to keep a bank account for making refunds, we'd have to charge what Symantec charges for the Norton Editor, about a hundred bucks. We'd rather charge a lot less so more people can afford it.‚^ìA,E$ €¼€˜€‚ÿYou may have other rights that vary from state-to-state once you've registered the product.HªDtE1W‰GtEÌE܃Thank you, thank you...X ,EÌE8 @€B€â‡ÉV9€‡"€‰€€ ‚ÿ Thank you, thank you...ÿÔtEËF+ $€©€°€€€‚ÿThanks to all those who helped us. This includes our internal beta test team (who works as hard or harder than anybody's), and some loyal CMPQwk users who joined us in helping to pound Gator Edit into shape.•qÌE`G$ €â€˜€‚ÿWe could not have produced Gator Edit without them, and their contributions have helped to make it what it is.<ËFœH) €'€˜˜€€‚ÿBiggest thanks of all to Leslie and Colette. It would not be possible to state just how much they mean to us. Suffice to say, that without 'em, forget it, nothing is going to get done because we both would be too depressed to do much at all...breathing would be about it.>`GÚH7 >€€˜˜â—50€†"€‰€‚ÿT-œH.I' €Z€˜€
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No, we're not starving, but we have produced something we think is a first-class item. And we think we're selling it for a fire-sale price. We can't do free, but we can do cheap (we're not greedy).A third reason is that we know that users like to suggest improvements or ideas for new features. If you have something in mind you'd like to share with us, we'll tell you right from the get-go that if you're on our list of folks who've liked our product enough to send us a few bucks, we'll be listening a lot more carefully to your wishes.Žd+Ä=Ç* $€È€˜€€€‚ÿThis isn't to say we won't listen to you if you don't, but if you do, you've got our attention.?¯Æ|Ç& €2€€€‚ÿTrack records matter.…Z=ÇÉ+ $€µ€˜€€€‚ÿIf you haven't heard of us before, why not dial up a RIME BBS or get on CompuServe and ask folks about our support for CMPQwk, and how much we've improved our product in the short time it's been around? We'll compare our support against anybody else with the same resources we have: two guys working their butts off to produce good software.M'|ÇNÉ& €N€€€‚ÿLast and probably least of which... ÚÉZÌ2 2€µ€˜€‚€€€€‚ÿSo have all of this in mind when you're thinking about "keeping" our editor and not registering it. The program knows how long it's been on your system, and if you fail to register within the 30-day period, it will remind you about it eventually.Since you could use it in private without telling anybody, we had to protect ourselves and our investment. Because we decided to put a time limit into the program, we left the initial pester-screen out. That gives you a full month to use our editor without any reminders about registering, which is---we feel---the best way to examine a piece of software. The only thing you do not get to see is the spiffy color About box and Easter egg, which is only on registered software.™mNÉóÎ, &€Û€˜€‚€€‚ÿGator is not crippled in any way. You can load any size file you have the memory for (unlike some other editors). You can load as many files, print them, whatever you'd like to do. When we say you get to take Gator for a test drive, we mean a real test drive, no hidden limitations.After a month, though, it will begin reminding you that you have not paid for it. If you keep using it, Gator will make you wait an additional second each day unless you purchase a registration and enter it into the warning that appears. Eventually the wait will be long enough to be intolerable, which is the goal of such a feature.jFZÌ]Ï$ €Œ€˜€‚ÿWe wish we didn't have to protect our software that way, but we do.µkóÎ J b€Ù€4˜‘€‘€€†"€€€âýëÌv‰€€€€‚ÿ Important note: in the event that you're an experimental type (I don't like the wo]Ï ¢‹rd hacker, really) and want to try to get around this time limit (and I understand that, I really do), I'd like to give you a piece of advice. Don't do it by deleting Gator Edit's time stamp data, changing your system date to sometime in the future, running Gator Edit, then re-setting your system date to the "real" figures. That will put Gator Edit into a condition where it won't load at all. Look, the program is very inexpensive, if you consider your time worth anything at all, why not just register it if you like it?1]ÏO 1'ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿJÿÿÿÿO E . } * "€ €€€€‚ÿHey, folks, in the process of learning about computers for the fiction and articles that I write, I've hacked lots of software. Also, the best defense is a good offense, and you should know your enemy. So I know all about the stuff that goes on, and I know that a dedicated hacker will crack any protection scheme (ours won't even be that hard, really, I could crack it in an hour or less). That's not the point of this time limit. The point is that people who would "forget" about registering won't forget now.’UO  = H€«€˜€€€€€€€€€‚ÿHackers? 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