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Dr.X



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Yes, if it's a newer version. Tell me there I can get it.


Is there a newer one than 98?

-Dr.X
Post 09 Jan 2005, 21:31
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iklin



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Confused (PSDK 2001 August) - as vbVeryBeginner said
Post 09 Jan 2005, 22:58
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vbVeryBeginner



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the 7zip doesn't support win95 (2 bad)
well, if you take a look at the command line "CabArc.Exe", it is only 65KB
well, very less than available compressor, yet the performance quite high.

i uploaded the file winui.cab for everybody here
http://sulaiman.netadvant.com/winui.cab
http://sulaiman.netadvant.com/cabarc.exe
this is the winui.chm + winui.chi files, and they are extracted from PSDK 2001 August Edition.

actually i love to use the richedit, coz too lazy to write one (need to read aa lot) but the documentation is so little. and i don't think i could write one better than richedit Sad

about the cracking, hacking, all other king... well, that really depend on the situation. and people on this board are quite sensitive with these, so,... i put a dot here.
Post 10 Jan 2005, 04:12
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iklin



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iklin
Thanx for Winui, vbVeryBeginner.
RichEdit needs some subclassing or superclassing Wink
It seems I can solve the problem with tab using in RichEdit.
But I don't realize it yet. Later.
Look to new version of TET. Smile
Post 10 Jan 2005, 17:22
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