Thanks for your research Don. That's nice of course, but still doesn't
make it opensource, or even legal :)
On 18/05/2015 09:57, Don Flowers wrote:
> I just downloaded two versions of Sea from Vetusware - the Version 12c
> is a shareware "press space to continue" and Version 13 is a patched
> version with no nag-screen, no viruses were detected from either.
> On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 3:45 AM, Don Flowers <donr...@gmail.com
> <mailto:donr...@gmail.com>> wrote:
> I just found Sea Dos at Vetusware
> I'll give it a try.
> On Mon, May 18, 2015 at 1:25 AM, Mateusz Viste <mate...@viste.fr
> <mailto:mate...@viste.fr>> wrote:
> Hi Dale,
> I use the SEA DOS Viewer since years, I have only the shareware
> though, with the annoying "Press F6" message at start. Must have
> it on some shareware CD during the late nineties I guess.
> If you can't find it online anymore, here is the version I have:
> That's a gopher URL, so you will need a gopher client to fetch the
> content (Firefox can do it using Overbite, but you can also use my
> Gopherus client on FreeDOS).
> A few years ago I tried to buy a registered version, unfortunately
> Photodex doesn't care anymore. I also tried to find out the original
> authors, Bart Wakkee and Harold De Laat, but failed to find any
> to them, they both seem to have vanished. So sadly all we are
> left is
> this closed-source, shareware edition (which is still the best image
> viewer/converter I ever had).
> On 17/05/2015 23:20, Dale E Sterner wrote:
> > Where did you get your Sea Dos viewer? The Sea Dos home page
> > seem to be active anymore. One site had a FREE download but
> when I tried
> > it a message box came up and said "Your karma is very bad why
> don't you
> > do something productive." Sea Dos sounds like good software
> but looks
> > like its history along with Pixel.
> > cheers
> > DS
> > On Thu, 14 May 2015 07:05:37 +0200 Mateusz Viste
> <mate...@viste.fr <mailto:mate...@viste.fr>>
> > writes:
> >> Hello list,
> >> I was browsing the FreeDOS list of packages and I noticed
> that we
> >> have
> >> no picture viewer. I know lots of picture viewers for DOS (my
> >> favorite
> >> being by far the excellent SEA DOS Viewer), but none of
> these I know
> >> is
> >> open. It's really sad to see so many fine softwares going to
> >> because of closed sources.
> >> Anyone know about a free (NOT freeware) DOS picture viewer ?
> >> can
> >> be used as a basic picture viewer, but it is much more
> focused on
> >> being
> >> a text editor (as it should be), not really a picture viewer.
> >> Mateusz
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