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MS Windows 3.x freeware program that puts selected Windows and DOS programs (in windowed mode) on top.
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MS Windows 3.x freeware program that puts selected Windows and DOS programs (in windowed mode) on top.
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NAIL
version 1.0

Copyright 1992 Natawut Nupairoj


INTRODUCTION

NAIL is a small utility on Microsoft Windows 3.0 to make a window
always on the top of the stack of windows. User can NAIL any
window he wants. For example, user nails a clock window. This
window will be always on the top of the stack of windows, even though
it's not an active window. Or user nails one notepad while he is
working on another notepad.


START NAIL

You can either run this program from the program manager (Run command)
or add Load command in WIN.INI file. For example, in WIN.INI add:

[Windows]
Load=Nail

Please note that NAIL will not run if it's already running.


HOW TO NAIL

When NAIL is running, there is a small button on the caption bar
(near a control-menu box) of the active window. This is a nail box.
If user wants to make this active window always on top, user can
move the mouse cursor to the nail box and click it. The picture in
the nail box is changed to indicate that this window is already
nailed.

To unnail, click at the nail box of the nailed window. The picture
in the nail box will be changed back to normal.


SUGGESTION AND BUG REPORT

Please feel free to report bugs, ask questions, or give any suggestions.
Here is my address:

NATAWUT NUPAIROJ
PO Box 6343
East Lansing, MI 48826

email: [email protected]
CompuServe: 70214,1672


IT'S FREE !

This is a public domain software so there is no registration fee.
Feel free to use and distribute to your friends. If possible,
please send me a message to tell me what you think about it.


HISTORY

Apr 7, 1992 Version 1.0


WARNING

This program uses some techniques, as noted in some documents, which
might decrease the performance of Windows.


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