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From: "Eric Wajnberg" <wajnberg AT antibes DOT inra DOT fr>
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Subject: Size of User screen
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2004 12:05:06 +0200
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Dear All,

I used to code with DJGPP for years on Windows98. At that time, the user
screen was 24 lines long. And I designed ellaborated sceen composition for
user's interface in my codes.

On Windows 2000, the system in which I am now, the user screen looks like
having twice as many lines (i.e., about 48, but I did not counted this
accurately). Moreover, I use dislin as a graphic library, and when I run a
code using dislin, the user screen returns back to 24 lines long. This is a
little bit a problem in my case.

So, my question is: How can I force the user screen to have the good old
size of 24 lines, so that I will still be able to distribute my compiled
codes whitout any problems?

Thanks for any hint on that!

Best, Eric.


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