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General Discussion / Re: EDM/2 - What is next?
« on: June 25, 2014, 08:29:04 am »
As a developer, I would like to see the OS/2 API documentation project enhanched. But first things first: I think that a Config.sys complete and updated documentation is more useful to the majority of users.


Applications / Re: A-Oo 4
« on: June 11, 2014, 09:06:52 am »
I'm running a 2 month old 4.1 build. It works very good so far.


Hello Silvan,
where did you find this release? I seem unable to fetch one.


Applications / Re: A-Oo 4
« on: June 11, 2014, 09:06:12 am »
I would be very interested in giving it a try under Warp 4.52.
Do you think this could be possible?


This shouldn't be a problem. I don't remember if I had good results (maybe not, but then again, I had a clumsy OOo install).
If you're trying the Yuri Dario build, just follow his instructions regarding the needed DLLs.


Applications / Re: TexMaker
« on: June 04, 2014, 10:36:51 am »
Thanks for the response.  There are quite a few programs on Hobbes.  I will have to investigate them. 

I do like the Qt port of TexMaker very much.  It is a Tex IDE and runs the Tex to PDF tools if you supply it with the appropriate names.
My problem is I don't have any documentation identifying the binaries distributed with VTex.  I am hoping someone here has some information on how to identify the various tools in VTex and Ghostscript to TexMaker.

I have written a thesis in MS Word and I find Tex far superior is ease of use and flexibility.

Tex is a formatting language similar in concept to Html especially well suited to academic paper preparation.  The Tex distribution , in my case VTex, contains compilers that take the Tex source file and render PDF files, among other types. 

I appreciate any help I may receive.

AFAICR, VTex has a fairly good documentation, but I don't remember very good if the technical side is thoroughly covered (i.e. executable names).

Most of the LaTeX / TeX processing in VTex is done via CMD files, and I think (although I didn't tried until now) TexMaker should be easy to reconfigure for those command files. I suggest you to go and search for VTex documentation in PDF - it should be present into the VTex distribution.


Hardware / Re: eCS on an Asus X55U?
« on: May 27, 2014, 10:01:57 am »
Sounds good. Please let us know your progress!


Internet / Re: Flash and qt4 browsers?
« on: May 07, 2014, 09:50:10 am »
Hi Dave

The os/2 port does not seem to support html5 but I think qupzilla does generally support html5 - otherwise why have options for html5 in the preferences dialog?

I think I am using the latest qt4 files from

From reading the post that you referred to I would say that Mentore got qupzilla working rather than got flash working in qupzilla.



Hello all, finally I got back to the forum :)

It's correct. I had an old QNetwork.dll which stopped every Qt network application from working. Now I can start PSI, Facebook, QupZilla and Dooble apparently without problems. Didn't try flash or HTML5, though.


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