[ANN] SqM with 'double clickable FreeCell'

PhiHo Hoang phiho.hoang at rogers.com
Tue Apr 2 00:28:32 UTC 2002

Hi Bert,

	It looks like you got the best mileage out of SqM. By any chance
you had 'Win32OSProcessPlugin.dll' in the path. That explains the
rebooting of your computer.

	You did not get a FreeCell after your computer was rebooted
because, I forgot to document this in the ReadMe.sqM, you can double
click FreeCell between  4PM-6PM and again between 8PM-9PM during
weekday. For weekends, anytime between 2PM and 10PM.

	I did put in this mechanism so that my boy cannot stick to the
game hour after hour when he is supposed to play with his homework. And
I forgot to remove this restriction when I posted it to the list. Sorry
about that. It will be fixed. In the mean time maybe you want to play
with some benchmarks.


-----Original Message-----
From: squeak-dev-admin at lists.squeakfoundation.org
[mailto:squeak-dev-admin at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Bert
Sent: Monday, April 01, 2002 9:35 AM
To: squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org
Subject: RE: [ANN] SqM with 'double clickable FreeCell'

On Mon, 1 Apr 2002, Andreas Raab wrote:

> Hi PhiHo,
> Brief question: What do I double click? If I start the executable it 
> prompts me for the image to use. Do I have to set up some specific 
> association with .st files and then double click the freecell.st file?

The ReadMe said "To be able to double click FreeCell.st, you must first 
associate the extension 'st' with SqM.exe."

> Anything else I'm missing?

Hmm, besides restarting my machine after downloading some DLLs without
asking (which is kinda scary) it doesn't seem to do anything usefull ;-)

Although the <100K download looks very promising!

-- Bert

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