I installed SETEDIT last night. First impression of this text editor: nice!
On 2/25/2016 10:03 AM, John Hupp wrote:
Thanks for the recommendation. I'll have a look.
On 2/24/2016 9:40 PM, Don Flowers wrote:
I had forgotten how bad that cursor is in EDIT, I use SETEDIT for
most everything these days. I just tried a no-blink utility and that
helps a bit more, but not enough to waste the memory.
On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 8:06 PM, John Hupp <free...@prpcompany.com
I tried this today. It improves the pointer situation in Edit,
but the arrow gets chopped up a lot as I move it around.
Something about Edit seems to be hostile to pointers. Nothing
else looks nearly so bad.
But for the degree of improvement in Edit, it sits in memory all
the time occupying 7K, so I may remove it and let Edit function
On 2/20/2016 6:37 PM, Don Flowers wrote:
I use this neat little mouse pointer it's pretty cool.
On Sat, Feb 20, 2016 at 5:27 PM, John Hupp
With the default installation of FreeDOS 1.1 on real
II @ 300 MHz, 48 MB, ATI 3D Rage Pro AGP video with 4 MB), I
the mouse pointer in Edit with a file open is almost
are partial-image flashes of the expected brown rectangle.
But if I
open a menu, then there is a nice solid brown rectangle
while the menu
In the FreeDOS Help system, the pointer is a nice solid gray.
I got the same results with 2 LCD monitors and also a CRT.
I don't have anything additional installed on this system
yet so I don't
know what the behavior will be in other programs.
The mouse pointer has never been pretty in Edit -- it's
but fully visible -- but I have never seen it virtually
this. Initially I thought there was no pointer until I
the Autoexec.bat startup and confirmed that MOUSE does
successfully, after which I looked harder and saw the visual
the pointer in Edit.
Does anyone have an explanation or solution?
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