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Multimedia / Re: Updated Uniaud32 build
« Last post by Paul Smedley on Today at 10:42:40 am »
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Programming / Re: VSLICK - OS/2 Toolkit Support Package
« Last post by Neil Waldhauer on Today at 03:34:22 am »
I didn't know where to search, but I found a few in this thread, and this is a post containing a very light scheme. That said, I now realize that I like the default scheme pretty well. So don't go out of your way to get a white theme just for me.

https://community.slickedit.com/index.php/topic,324.msg9857.html#msg9857
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Programming / Re: VSLICK - OS/2 Toolkit Support Package
« Last post by Dariusz Piatkowski on Today at 02:52:46 am »
Neil,

I'd like to see a light theme to go with the dark theme...

Do you have anything specific in mind?

When I started to look for the 'dark' theme, I hit the net for an hour or so until I found what felt like a good fit. The result is not entirely black, a bit of grey tossed in there along with some milder colours. Easy on the eyes.

If you can find something and send me the URL, I can try to replicate the colour scheme and roll this out with two schemes.
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Storage / Re: exFat or FAT32 ?
« Last post by Dave Yeo on Today at 02:20:08 am »
Hi Martin, ArcaOS doesn't support exFat, there's patents and other issues. You will have to ask some of these questions to the developer, he might see this post and might not.
Basically Arca Noae has forked the fat32 driver, removed exFat etc and are trying (and mostly succeeding) to make it more stable.
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Storage / Re: exFat or FAT32 ?
« Last post by Roderick Klein on Today at 12:02:41 am »
When you write:
"I have got serious problems with FAT32 partitions on my Hard Disc with FAT32. ArcaOS often hangs."

So I guess you know what question is going to coming ? Tadaaa!
What is the version of number of the FAT32 driver you are using ?

Roderick Klein
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Storage / exFat or FAT32 ?
« Last post by Martin Vieregg on September 25, 2021, 11:37:40 pm »
Since a few days, I thought that the only way to store data together with other OS is FAT32. Then I put a EXFAT pre-formatted SD card of my new Smartphone into the USB adapter, and - what a surprise - it can be accesses without any problems with ArcaOS without formatting via DFSEE.

I have got serious problems with FAT32 partitions on my Hard Disc with FAT32. ArcaOS often hangs.

Now my question:
(1) Is it better to format my USB sticks used for data transport between ArcaOS and other OS with EXfat instead of FAT32 ?
(2) Can I format a HD partition with EXFAT ?
(3) Is there a OS/2 tool (dfsee?) where I can format a partition with EXFAT?
(4) What about performance and stability on ArcaOS in comparison to FAT32 ?
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Off Topic discussions / Re: Lo Res Car?
« Last post by Guillaume Gay on September 25, 2021, 09:23:41 pm »
Would a Low Resolution Character make it ?  :P :P

Take care you all.
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GG
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Programming / Re: VSLICK - OS/2 Toolkit Support Package
« Last post by Neil Waldhauer on September 25, 2021, 03:39:17 pm »
I'd like to see a light theme to go with the dark theme.

I used to use vslick as my IDE, but it required some customization and it was never as good as Visual Studio. I used to configure a Windows machine to edit files in my OS/2 project in Visual Studio for analysis of a large project, then use vslick for coding, debugging, etc.

Now I mainly use gcc, so I'm interested in making that nicer.
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Comments, Suggestions & Questions / Re: Hobbes (Files) Reoganization
« Last post by Eugene Tucker on September 25, 2021, 02:02:27 pm »
I think that is a good idea.
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Utilities / Re: MultiUser support for OS/2
« Last post by Dave Yeo on September 25, 2021, 01:34:54 am »

  • No real security because the OS doesn't provide that.

Well Warp Server did support ACL's with HPFS386, which regular HPFS respected. Seems that JFS also supports ACL's.

Just changing %HOME% (and perhaps a couple of other things) can give minimal multi-user support where each user has there own settings.
When my Son was about 4 years old and interested in the one household computer, I switched to Linux for a year or more, so much better knowing that he could only damage his own environment, then he got his own computer. At least he grew up using multiple operating systems, especially as he had a Mac at school.
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