> In article <Pine.SV188.8.131.520621121009.28736A-100000@mirage>, Richard
> Steiner <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I thought the DOS YARNX.EXE was a 32-bit protected-mode version? It
> > seems to use a DOS extender of some type.
> I have problems with the editor i use - Qedit. And Yarn itself behaves
> rather wierdly under the NT DOS-emulation box.
QEdit's a very nice DOS editor!
> > FWIW, the OS/2 version is most certainly 32-bit. Maybe this is a
> > stupid question, but shouldn't the Windows 95 version work in NT?
> It does work. I have pointed out to Vince about a couple of problems,
> namely, I run my DOS apps in 80 char x 60 line windows with a 200 line
> The size of the window and the screen buffer size confuses Yarn95 such
> that it gives me blobs of color pixels everytime I scroll.
Hmmm. I sometimes run in 80x50 or 80x60 mode in Warp VIO windows, but I
dynamially change it in particular aliases (I use 4OS2) instead of doing
that by default. That lets me use things like Yarn without breaking them.
Yarn seems to work fine here in 80x50. Why use a scrollback with a
fullscreen application, anyway?
> Just another of my (numerous) wishes for Yarn. <g>
I have a lot of wishes, too, but I've been so happy with Yarn (execpt for
the folder slowness) that I haven't given them much thought. The thread
tree just added was about the only thing I missed from other readers...
-- -Rich Steiner >>>---> firstname.lastname@example.org >>>---> Bloomington, MN Written online (ugh!) using pine! The Theorem Theorem: If If, Then Then.