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Description: Printer Preferences
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Size: 248kb
Version: 1.1
Date: 16 Mar 08
Author: Peter Hutchison
Submitter: Peter Hutchison
Requirements: AROS
Category: utility
License: Freeware
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Short:  Printer Preferences for AROS v40.4
Author: pjhutch() (Peter Hutchison)
Uploader: pjhutch() (Peter Hutchison)
Type: text/print
Architecture: i386-aros

This is the Printer Preferences program for AROS.

 Create a Printers folder in Devs folder.
 Copy the Printer preferences program to the Prefs folder.
The Preferences program combines the Printertxt and Printergfx
preferences in one program.

The program has been written using SAS/C in AmigaOS 3.9 for 
initial build to aid testing and converted to AROS for i386
using AmiDevCPP cross development package.

This project has help me to:
* Learn how to program using Magic User Interface (MUI).
* Create a Localized program.
* How to develop for AROS
* How Printer Preferences work.
* How to use IFFParse to save/load preferences.

The inferface follows AROS guidelines: No close gadget for
Window and uses five buttons (rather than the traditional
three buttons): Test, Revert, Save, Use and Cancel.

Feb 2008: Updated code so it can use other Locales properly.

Source code is enclosed to allow other developers understand
AROS and the Amiga more. Source is GPL so other may develop
it further. Just leave my name in.

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