What happened to D. Kittinger?

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gleperlier
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Re: What happened to D. Kittinger?

Post by gleperlier » Mon Aug 20, 2012 3:56 pm

M. Kittinger, we want you back... again :wink:

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Re: What happened to D. Kittinger?

Post by ernest » Mon Aug 20, 2012 9:19 pm

F.Huber wrote:
Thomas Lagershausen wrote: Now it´s time for me to say:" WChess, you get your Win XP 32bit."
Yes, a very good decision indeed! :D
And not only for WChess but for all other DOS oldies, too.
Hi Franz,

Still don't understand how you get WChess to work in XP-32bit...
In command-line (cmd) window?

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Re: What happened to D. Kittinger?

Post by F.Huber » Mon Aug 20, 2012 9:56 pm

ernest wrote: Still don't understand how you get WChess to work in XP-32bit...
In command-line (cmd) window?
Hi Ernest!

Not necessary to open a command window, just double-click on WChess.exe - that's all!
(of course entering WChess at a command prompt would also work).

On Vista and Win7 (32-bit) it doesn't work because the graphic drivers of these OS don't support fullscreen mode anymore.

Regards,
Franz

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