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Information - Guitar Reference (The)

GenreMusic / SoundYear1994
Language[unknown]Publisher[no publisher]
Developer[n/a]Distributor-
ControlsMouseCountryUnited Kingdom
Box / InstructionsEnglishSoftwareEnglish
Programmer(s)

Richardson, Alan

LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
SerialST TypeST, STe, TT, Falcon030 / 0.5MB
ResolutionLow / Medium / HighNumber of Disks1 / Double-Sided / HD Installable
Dumpdownload atari Guitar Reference (The) Download / STMIDIYes
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Instructions - Guitar Reference (The)

Installation Manual
-------------------

Hard drive Installation:
        Simply copy all the files and  folders into a directory on the
hard drive.

Floppy drive Installation:
        Make a backup of the supplied  disk and always use your backup
disk to run the program.


If you wish to alter the  configuration  in  some way then always make
sure that the  GUITAREF.PRG, PATHS.MAN, and SCALES.RSC  are  located  
in the same directory for the program to work correctly.


Configuring the program
-----------------------
Run the program from either  the  backup  disk  or  the hard drive and
choose the PATHS option in the Files menu.

You can now set up  the  Printer  path,  tuning  path, scales path and
defaults path. This is done  by  clicking  on  the  path file name and
choosing a path with the file selector.

Once all four paths have been set up choose the Save option.

The program can  then  be  restarted  and  the  correct  files will be
loaded.

Please note that these changes will not take effect until the program is
reloaded.



Files on the disk     (Full Version)
-----------------

GUITAREF.PRG            -       the program
PATHS.MAN               -       paths file                       
SCALES.RSC              -       the resource file
README.TXT              -       up to date info
INSTALL.TXT             -       installation manual (this file)
/DOCS/                  -    docs folder                          
        INSTALL.TXT     -       installation manual (this file)
        REFMAN.TXT      -       the reference manual
        TECHMAN.TXT     -       technical documentation
        PRINTMAN.TXT    -       printer driver manual
        LICENSE.TXT     -       license documentation
/EXAMPLES/              -    example default files                
        HIRES.DEF       -       sample default for high res
        LORES.DEF       -       sample default for low res
        MEDRES.DEF      -       sample default for medium res
/PDRIVERS/              -    printer drivers
        EPSGRAF.DRV     -       driver for epson printers (graphics)
        EPSTEXT.DRV     -       driver for epson printers (text)
        IBMGRAF.DRV     -       driver for ibm printers (graphics)
/SCALES/                -    scales files                        
        ESCALES.SCL     -       scales in E
/TUNINGS/               -    tunings files                       
        INTERNET.TUN    -       sample tunings




README.TXT for Guitar Reference

This is the full version of the program and as such is fully
featured and working. Thank you for purchasing this program.

Please get in touch to tell me what you think, improvements you would
like to see or bugs that you have found.

This prog is now Freeware, no charge. Enjoy.

Please distribute as widely as you want, just don't edit the text man
the words between the lines are too important. You may freely
translate it into whichever languages you prefer. I'd like to see it
in Latin so if anyone wants to give it a shot... go ahead.


Thanks

        Alan Richardson


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