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#### ANN:Fve Ver5.2 (Editor for "Mac OS X"/Cygwin/Unix/Windows) Tcl/Tk script

 Fve Ver5.2 (Editor for "Mac OS X"/Cygwin/Unix/Windows) Tcl/Tk script
(File Viewer Editor_Version Fve 5.2)

http://www.ne.jp/asahi/kazuo/sasagawa/

For Tcl/Tk 8.4,8.5: TclTkAqua 8.4: Tcl/Tk-cygwin 8.4.
Please use ActiveTcl 8.4.18 binary packages
or "TclTkAqua 8.4.10 binary packages".

*Changes(Version5.2)

2 Added several bindings for Mac OS X.
Command-a	-> Select all
Command-c	-> Copy
Command-e	-> Use Selection for Find
Command-f	-> Find
Command-g	-> Find Next
Command-i	-> Insert-mode or Over_write-mode Toggle switch
Command-n	-> New Buffer
Command-s	-> Save
Shift-Command-s	-> Save As
Command-v	-> Paste
Command-w	-> Close current buffer
Command-x	-> Cut
Command-z	-> Undo
Shift-Command-z	-> Redo
Command-?	-> Help
Command-+	-> Increase Font Size
Command--	-> Decrease Font Size
When the checkbutton is ON, the selected file is appended to the
end
of current buffer.
(UNIX,WINDOWS)

"Undo"
"Redo"
--------------------
"Cut"
"Copy"
"Paste"
"Select All"

*Overview
o Line Spacing. (1 - 24 dot)
o Split-window.(vertically or horizontally)
o Viewing of cat_file,gz_file,Hex_dump_file,pdf,dvi,ps.file.
o Viewing of image file (use package Img).
o File copy,rename,chmod,delete,mkdir,rmdir,tar zcvf(unix).
o Ftp client.
o Others.

* This program "Fve" is a text editor for X Window System,Windows,
Cygwin and Macintosh(Aqua), and free software under GPL.
Fve needs "Tcl/Tk" and the "wish" installed and accessible through
the path.
Fve version 5.2 works under Tcl/Tk8.5,8.4, Tcl/Tk(Aqua)8.4 and
Tcl/Tk-cygwin8.4.

* Do not use "Command-q" shortcut. This command does not check
the modified buffer and quit Wish directly. Please use "Control-x
Control-c"
shortcut for ""Quit Fve".

fve52.tgz  --> For Mac OS X(Macintosh(Aqua)),Unix,Windows,Cygwin.
(the end of line representation -> "lf")

fve52.zip  --> For Mac OS X(Macintosh(Aqua)),Unix,Windows,Cygwin.
(the end of line representation -> "lf")

fve52w.zip  --> For Windows,Cygwin.
(the end of line representation -> "crlf")

You can get "Fve" from the following URI.
http://www.ne.jp/asahi/kazuo/sasagawa/
========================================================
If you find a bug, send me an email.

2008-4-14 kazuo sasagawa


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