Dec 082017
Route 1 for Windows - powerful Windows shell (button bar, submenus, etc.)

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[ Route 1 ][ version 3.0 ]

Route 1 is a powerful shell for Windows
3.1 or later. Among its features are a
customizable ButtonBar, SubMenus, a
clock, calendar, drag-drop, full script
language, full on-line help, multiple
configurations, sound event support,
password protection, and an intuitive
3-D interface.

File ROUTE1V3.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Windows 3.X Files
Route 1 for Windows – powerful Windows shell (button bar, submenus, etc.)
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
1TRASH.EX_ 5582 5373 deflated
BLANK.IC_ 191 191 stored
FILE_ID.DIZ 521 270 deflated
INSTALL.EXE 32547 11592 deflated
ORDERFRM.WR_ 14857 13325 deflated
PUTFOCUS.EX_ 2852 2688 deflated
R1ICONS.DL_ 45850 42599 deflated
README1.TXT 2498 1040 deflated
ROUTE1.EX_ 121495 117020 deflated
ROUTE1.HL_ 42926 40922 deflated
ROUTE1.IN_ 638 615 deflated
ROUTE1.OV_ 5872 5491 deflated
RS1ED.EX_ 21795 21001 deflated
RS1ED.HL_ 19461 18641 deflated
RS1RUN.EX_ 17260 16703 deflated
SETUPKIT.DLL 7008 2834 deflated
STARTUP.RS_ 16 16 stored
TIMER.RS_ 308 308 stored
VBRUN200.DLL 356992 199944 deflated

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Contents of the README1.TXT file

Route 1 release 3.0
for Microsoft Windows 3.1

Welcome to Route 1. Here are some brief instructions to get you started.
There is a help file included with Route 1 that explains all of its features,
and how to use them. I strongly recommend looking over the help file, even for
veteran Route 1 users, so that you can take full advantage of Route 1. It
explains how to access SubMenus, create scripts, and contains useful hints and
shortcuts. Help is accessible through Route1 by pressing [?] in any menu,
dialog box, or Route 1 window.


Select Run... from Program Manager's File menu, and type:
d: install
where d: is the disk drive containing the Route1 installation files.


Version 1.x - your Route1.INI is NOT compatible with version 3.0.
Version 2.x - your Route1.INI IS compatible with version 3.0, and you
might want to back it up or rename it before installing the
new version.

Note: Make sure that your old copy of Route 1 is not running when you run
the installation program. For best results, delete all of the old Route 1
files, except for any configuration (INI) files, icons and scripts you may
have created.


Add Route1 to a Program Manager or Quick Access group as you normally
would, or have Route1 appear when Windows is loaded by adding it and its path
to the lines in WIN.INI starting with Load= or Run=.
If you would like Route 1 to be the system shell, start Route 1, and
select Options from the Config menu. Press Advanced... , and click the last
entry, Make Route 1 the System Shell , so that it is checked, and press
Accept. To do this manually, refer to ROUTE1.HLP. I hope you enjoy and use
Route 1.

-David A. Karp

Internet Address:
[email protected]

US Mail Address:
P.O.Box 20024
Oakland, CA 94620

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