//Puts the cursor at the bottom. Msg(MSG_KEY_DOWN,0,SC_CURSOR_DOWN|SCF_CTRL); "\n"; TourPut( "You are now at the command line.\n" "\n" "The syntax is like $GREEN$C/C++$FG$ except you don't need $GREEN$()$FG$ " "if there are no args.\n" "\n" "Type \"$GREEN$Dir;$FG$\" and press $GREEN$<ENTER>$FG$.\n\n" "You must remember the semicolon.\n"); InGetStr("Dir;\n"); TourPut( "Press $GREEN$<CTRL-m>$FG$.\n\n" "This will access your PersonalMenu. You can customize it. " "It's like your START menu and desktop.\n"); InGetChar(CH_CTRLM); TourPut( "You can also get to your PersonalMenu by clicking on the word " "\"$GREEN$MENU$FG$\" in the title bar.\n",TRUE); TourPut("Press $GREEN$<CURSOR-DOWN>$FG$ nine times.\n"); //Puts the cursor at the top Msg(MSG_KEY_DOWN,0,SC_CURSOR_UP|SCF_CTRL); I64 i; for (i=0;i<9;i++) InGetKey(SC_CURSOR_DOWN); TourPut( "Keyboard commands are:\n\n" "$GREEN$<SPACE>$FG$\t\tLeft-action\n" "$GREEN$<ENTER>$FG$\t\tRight-action\n" "$GREEN$<ESC>$FG$\t\tSave and exit\n" "$GREEN$<SHIFT-ESC>$FG$\tAbort and exit\n",TRUE); TourPut( "The cursor is now on top of a macro we wish to run.\n" "\n" "Press $GREEN$<SPACE>$FG$.\n"); InGetStr(" "); TourPut( "The macro changed directories and did a $GREEN$Dir;$FG$ command. " "The $RED$RED$FG$ filenames listed are file links. Left-clicking will " "edit/view them. Right-clicking or pressing $GREEN$<ENTER>$FG$ when the " "cursor is on top will bring-up a menu of options.\n\n" "The $LTBLUE$BLUE$FG$ underline entries \"$LTBLUE$.$FG$\" " "and \"$LTBLUE$..$FG$\"" "are macros and will change directories.\n",TRUE); TourPut( "Press $GREEN$<CTRL-t>$FG$ to toggle to plain text mode.\n\n" "These are \"DolDoc\" commands."); InGetChar(CH_CTRLT); TourPut( "The DolDoc widgets are bracketed with dollar sign characters.\n\n" "\"LK\" stands \"link\".\n" "\"MA\" stands for \"macro\".\n\n" "Now, $GREEN$<CTRL-t>$FG$ to toggle back to regular mode.\n"); InGetChar(CH_CTRLT); Msg(MSG_KEY_DOWN,0,SC_CURSOR_DOWN|SCF_CTRL);