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Rugxulo(R)

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Usono,
03.05.2008, 01:52
 

DOS apps w/ wheel support (Miscellaneous)

I recently was trying to make a list of all the known DOS apps using CuteMouse 2's wheel support in DOS. Feel free to mention any others you know of (as I'm sure there are others):

* GVFM (gfx file manager)
* Mpxplay (.MP3, .OGG, etc. player)
* Arachne/GPL (gfx web browser)
* Star Commander (file manager)
* PDCurses 3.x (console library)
* Necromancer's DOS Navigator (file manager)
* Fred (text editor in gfx)

Laaca(R)

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Czech republic,
03.05.2008, 08:20

@ Rugxulo
 

DOS apps w/ wheel support

Blocek (image viewer and text editor in gfx)
Hammer of Thyrion (DOS port of Hexen II)

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DOS-u-akbar!

Laaca(R)

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Czech republic,
08.05.2008, 13:18

@ Laaca
 

DOS apps w/ wheel support

Deskwork

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DOS-u-akbar!

Matjaz(R)

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Maribor, Slovenia,
03.05.2008, 10:46

@ Rugxulo
 

DOS apps w/ wheel support

4dos and 4help

Rugxulo(R)

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Usono,
14.05.2008, 02:30

@ Rugxulo
 

FRED 0.83 (final release)

> > I recently was trying to make a list of all the known DOS apps using
> > CuteMouse 2's wheel support in DOS.
> >
> > * Fred (FreeBASIC text editor in gfx)

http://www.freebasic.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10934

Final release:

> stevie1401 wrote:
>
> Update 0.83
>
> Some bugs fixed.
>
> The fred-project ends now. It was a nice time, but enough is enough.
> You can download Fred at
> http://www.freebasic-portal.de/index.php?s=download&id=84 .
>
> Have a nice time.
>
> Stevie

P.S. Don't ask me why, but he only included Win32 and Linux exes (although you can compile it for DOS, as DOS386 already proved), so you can get a (barely) modified .ZIP where I just also lumped in a DOS .EXE:

http://rugxulo.googlepages.com/fred083.zip (482k, w/ FB src)

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