Windows NT Add-on Subsystem for Presentation Manager

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Antz
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Windows NT Add-on Subsystem for Presentation Manager

Post by Antz »

somewhere flying around ?
it was for GUI-based OS/2 1.x Applications to run them on NT

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Post by reini1976 »

You can download it at

PMAddOnforWinNT4-01.img
http://www.mediafire.com/?x5mmzixme4l

PMAddOnforWinNT4-02.img
http://www.mediafire.com/?yddxdzqugzw

PMAddOnforWinNT4-03.img
http://www.mediafire.com/?lq5m1zczmbw

PMAddOnforWinNT4-04.img
http://www.mediafire.com/?j1nljmx0zjf

PMAddOnforWinNT4-05.img
http://www.mediafire.com/?tzfysxr1uhe

Regards

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Post by os2fan2 »

This works quite well.

It is interesting that it is rather like running Windows NT in the "DOS Box", or Win-OS/2 in a full-screen mode, but here is the Windows icon as the return-to box.

Running a command-line proggie returns to the Windows desktop to do this.

Image

This shows the proggie running in Windows NT, (see windows icon lower right), with view.exe, pmfile.exe and cmdref.inf from MS OS/2 1.3.

When ye start proggies, windows nt captures the command, and you are flicked back and forth to the Windows desktop.

Windows is nt4 sp7

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Post by Antz »

thx for sharing

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