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KenOath

Chicago_Tours

Post by KenOath »

A couple of years ago, I got to digging deep through the
Chicago builds I have, & found that if I took the contents of the tours
that were part of the OS, I could run the tours from within a folder
on any OS I ran them on...
I can't remember if I upped them or not, but found them tonight
looking for the last version of MS-Dos for the Dos CD i'm currently
making, found all but 4.00...
Anyway, I just upped these Chicago tours if anyone decided they
wanted to check them out, the one from build 189 is definately
worth the bother I must say...
I'd love to know if there was a build of Chicago with this start menu...

The download link..

Build 189's tour...

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Post by WinPC »

I would say it's from Builds 165-174, from the look of the Start Menu.

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WinPC wrote:I would say it's from Builds 165-174, from the look of the Start Menu.
And you know this how? build 122 is earlier than 165-174 and looks
nothing like it, the speculation here from certain people just cracks me up
at times.
And thanks for these ken.

WinPC

Post by WinPC »

Unknown wrote:
WinPC wrote:I would say it's from Builds 165-174, from the look of the Start Menu.
And you know this how? build 122 is earlier than 165-174 and looks
nothing like it, the speculation here from certain people just cracks me up
at times.
This version of the Chicago Tour is from Build 189, not 122, so I thought that if it's from Build 189, and that it had a slightly different Start Menu, that it would probably be from Builds 165-174. And Builds 165-174 would be closer to Build 189 than Build 122.

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Post by ddrmaxromance »

Wouldn't that just be the Gray start menu from the 189 build with the "selection" color overlapping it to make it look blue? I have this in my AlphaBetas start menu, so I've seen it before many times.
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