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Hey Chris, could you maybe make an example or instruction on how to make it so that there isn''t a dialog box in the begining, but rather the different options are automatically chosen based on the hardware available? Thanks. -Rich

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How about if I make it a #define in winutil.c that you can comment in or out?

The example to look at would be PRO Edit or LStudio.

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That #define idea sounds really good. Then I could use the PR_Globals thing to enable and disable certain options myself. I''d like to see that. Thanks.
-Rich

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Yeah really good idea...
I was looking for a such way to run my apps...
A #define will look enough to do this...
Waiting for news about it...
Thanks Chris :o)

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Better yet, use the registry.
Hold the user values in there.

The first time a PR app is run, it will pull up the DLG box. Then these value''s will be saved in the registry for all later PR apps.

The code will also need a method to call up the box again to change the values. (Which of course saves the new values.)

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I don''t like that idea. All the programming and stuff I''m doing. My registry would get all messy. The #define thing is a wonderful idea. Then I can make my own methods for saving things, menues, etc.

-Rich

Hey Chris, you going to put something like this in? We haven''t heard from you in a while.

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