<CT> Re: Another DOS Application Launcher/Shell

  • From: Norm Finch <NormF@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: calmira_tips@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 15:45:14 -0600

Perhaps, Benjamin, I was not as clear as I thought ....  My main purpose
in posting was to see if anyone out there knew how to get this program
registered--the Hildenbrands seem to have fallen off the face of the
earth.  Registration = no more nag screens.  (Either that or - dare I say
it? - a hack to rid myself of the nags.)  <gasp> <gasp>

Secondarily, I was offering the program as a suggestion to any who were
looking for a good DOS GUI to complement what Calmira does for Windows.

  "The chief virtue that language can have is clearness." - Hippocrates
                 -- Peace.  Write well.  Do good work. --


Norm Finch wrote:

    >  While we're on this subject ...
    >  Does anyone have any current registration info on "fastmenu
    >  GOLD
    >  7.0b"?  Over the last couple of years, I have tried many
    >  searches on
    >  the author--JL Hildenbrand--to no avail.  Apparently, this is
    >  another
    >  piece of elegant work that has turned into abandonware.
    >  It's a great DOS GUI, the best I've ever found--no memory
    >  overhead,
    >  mouse friendly, 3D display, handy desktop utilities, etc.  It
    >  does
    >  require VGA, but these days even most of we retro types have
    >  that.
    >  The only problem I have with it is the occassional nag screen,
    >  which
    >  pops up every so often because I'm running an unregistered
    >  copy.
    >  (Hence my interest in registration.)  If you don't mind that
    >  and
    >  you're curious enough to want to check it out for yourself,
    >  try either
    >  of these Simtel addresses for a copy:
    >  ftp://ftp.simtel.net/pub/simtelnet/msdos/menu/gold70b.zip
    >                  http://www.simtel.net/pub/dl/47893.html

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