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THEWizardGenius



Joined: 14 Jan 2005
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THEWizardGenius
MenuetOS is too hard and complex to use, I recommend:

-A shell for starting programs...
-The ability to switch floppies (reload RAMDISK) without rebooting
-The ability to save RAMDISK without rebooting
-An interpreter for some high-l,evel language, maybe built into or coupled with the Tiny Pad...

Maybe then more people would use it. Other than that, it rocks! Keep it up MOS people!

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Post 24 Feb 2005, 23:56
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JMD



Joined: 24 Sep 2003
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-A shell for starting programs...

it has one... its called Launcher and add the files you want to startup to the RDBOOT.dat file.

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-The ability to switch floppies (reload RAMDISK) without rebooting

this can be done by selecting restart kernel from the Quit Screen

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-The ability to save RAMDISK without rebooting

RD2FD program wil ldo this for you.

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-An interpreter for some high-l,evel language, maybe built into or coupled with the Tiny Pad...

I thought there were C and Basic compilers
Post 25 Feb 2005, 12:54
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THEWizardGenius



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this can be done by selecting restart kernel from the Quit Screen

Yeah, but at least on my computer, when I click "Quit" and then "Yes" on the dialog that comes up, my computer Restarts without going to the "Quit Screen." So I can't get to that. Maybe I should have reported this sooner...
Post 01 Mar 2005, 19:01
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Madis731



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It differs from computer to computer. Even if you get there some computer will restart others mess with RAM somehow and won't restart. When you select power-off, some computers will stayin the same state, others will even shut the computer down as expected.
Post 02 Mar 2005, 13:19
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