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                    Read Me for Texturizer
                         August 2002
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                         Version 1.8
        � 1999-2002 DJST Productions/Spunknetwork, Inc.
This document provides information for Texturizer and is best
viewed in Texturizer!
For information on how to use Texturizer, please read the
Texturizer User's Guide, accessible from the Help menu in the
program.
HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT
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To view this file on screen in Texturizer, maximize the
Texturizer window.
To print this file, use the Print command in the File menu.
CONTENTS
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- THANK YOU
- FEATURES
- WHAT'S NEW
- REPLACE NOTEPAD
- UNINSTALL
- KNOWN ISSUES
- LICENSE AGREEMENT
- REQUIREMENTS
- OTHER INFORMATION
THANK YOU
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Thank you for installing Texturizer! Hopefully, you will enjoy
using this program and use it as your everyday editor.
Texturizer is a powerful, yet simple to use text editor for
anyone who finds Notepad too limited and other text editors
too complicated. Texturizer is to be considered a highly
improved version of Notepad, with a very appealing look and
feel.
I want to thank everybody who sends me bug reports and
suggestions for future versions. Your support is highly
appreciated.
Special Thanks To:
Anthony Bowersox, Ptelomy, Jing Zhao, Shaun Williams, John P.
Del Percio, Ryan Healey, Hans Hallander, Manuel Tenser, Erik
Pettersson, Anders Kvist, and all beta testers who have helped
me make Texturizer even better.
FEATURES
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Texturizer has most of the features you will ever need.
This is a list of the most important ones:
� Macro support
  - Record keystrokes and replay them with just a single click
  - Support for saving, loading and editing of macro files
� Fully Configurable Syntax Highlighting
  - Predefined support for nearly 30 languages
  - Automatically highlights Internet links and e-mail addresses
  - Create new language definitions or edit existing ones with ease
� Fully Configurable Toolbar
  - Add or remove any button of your choice
  - Use your own graphics on the buttons
� Fully Configurable Keyboard Shortcuts
  - Assign any action to any key on your keyboard
� Choose between two different styles
  - Tab Style: Opens all documents in the same window
  - Notepad Style: Opens all documents in separate windows
� Complete Word
  - Type the beginning of a word and complete it with a single click
  - Add any word or phrase to the wordlists
  - Use different word lists for different document types
� AutoSpell� Spell Checking support
� Fully Configurable Cliptext Lists
� Find/Replace, including advanced search options
� Multiple Undo/Redo levels
� Automatically saves and loads DOS, UNIX and Macintosh files
� Status Bar, displaying line, column, character, size and format
� Bookmarks - Jump to saved positions with ease
� UPPER/lower/Capitalize/Sentence/iNVERT Case Conversions
� Many other text conversions
� Auto-Save and Backup features
� Favorites List for your most frequently used files and folders
� Localization - Ability to translate Texturizer to other languages
� Customizable Open/Save Dialogs, Colors, Fonts, Title Bar
  appearance, Printer Margins, Header/Footer and much more...
For a complete list of features, including explanations of what
they do, please read the Texturizer User's Guide (Texturizer.html).
If you are reading this file in Texturizer, simply select Texturizer
User's Guide from the Help menu.
WHAT'S NEW
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See History.txt for information on what has been added, changed,
fixed, updated or removed in all versions of Texturizer. If you
are reading this file in Texturizer, simply select What's New
from the Help menu.
REPLACE NOTEPAD
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Some programs start Notepad when displaying text files,
without giving you an option to select another text editor.
For example, Internet Explorer starts Notepad when you select
View Source. If you want to use Texturizer in cases where a
program starts Notepad, you will have to replace Notepad.
Please visit http://www.texturizer.net for instructions on how to
do this. There you will be able to download a small program that
will make sure Texturizer is started whenever a program tries to
start Notepad.
UNINSTALL
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Although I hope you will never find a reason for it, uninstalling
Texturizer is easy. Simply select Add or Remove Programs in the
Control Panel, select Texturizer in the list of installed
applications and press Change/Remove.
Note that the uninstaller will not remove any additional file
associations made from within the Associate tab in the Options
window. It will only remove the file associations made during
installation.
KNOWN ISSUES
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1.) In order to work properly on Windows XP, Service Pack 1 or later
must be installed. This is because of a bug in riched20.dll (Q320368),
provided by Microsoft. Please notice that this is not a bug in
Texturizer!
2.) Certain printer specific options, such as double sided printing,
do not work in Texturizer. Also, Texturizer will always print
using the default printer installed, regardless of which printer
you specify. Hopefully, these issues will be fixed in a future
version.
3.) When using Drag-and-Drop from WinZip 7.0 or 8.0 to Texturizer,
a small icon will be inserted into the text instead of the file
being opened. This seems to be the only program that acts this way.
I will eventually try to contact the people at WinZip to see if
there is a solution to this problem. Until then, drag the file(s)
to the window title of Texturizer instead of the actual text in the
document.
4.) If you are using LiteStep, Texturizer will not be displayed in
the LiteStep task bar. This problem applies to all Visual Basic
programs and is nothing I can do about. The developers of LiteStep
say that VB programs differ from other programs in the way they are
placed on the Explorer task bar. This is a problem or bug in
LiteStep, not in Texturizer. However, you will still be able to
access Texturizer from the system tray.
LICENSE AGREEMENT
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This program is licensed as shareware, which means that you may
evaluate it for free during a 30-day trial period. After that,
you must register Texturizer if you want to continue using it.
For information on how to place an order, please read the
Order.txt file, accessible from the Help menu.
Texturizer may be freely distributed as a whole package (including
Texturizer.html, Texturizer.txt, History.txt, Order.txt, and all
Cliptext, Complete Word, Macro, and Syntax Highlighting files)
provided it is unmodified and no charge is made for the distributed
copies. Please ask us before distributing the program on CD-ROMs.
The software is provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind,
and the author expressly disclaims all warranties, expressed and
implied. The author does not warrant that the operation of the
software will be error-free, or that defects in the software will
be corrected. The entire risk as to the results and performance
of the software is assumed by you.
By using Texturizer, you accept all terms in this license agreement.
REQUIREMENTS
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Texturizer needs Internet Explorer 4.0 (or a newer version) in order
to work properly. Most systems already have this version installed,
but old Windows 95 systems may not. The latest version of Internet
Explorer can be downloaded from the following location:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/downloads. The reason why
Texturizer needs this program is because it updates many required
system files that are not included in the Texturizer installation.
Texturizer also needs the system files MSVBVM60.DLL, RICHTX32.OCX,
COMCT332.OCX, COMCTL32.OCX and MSCOMCTL.OCX in order to run. These
files are included in the installation, but if you got this software
without them, you should be able to locate them in an FTP search
engine, such as http://ftpsearch.ntnu.no.
In order to use the built-in support for AutoSpell spell checking,
you need to download AutoSpell from http://www.spellchecker.com. Any
personal version of AutoSpell will work with Texturizer.
OTHER INFORMATION
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For bug reports, suggestions, support or other feedback, please
use the e-mail address specified below.
AutoSpell is a registered trademark of Rupp Technology Corporation.
Used by permission.
Windows, Internet Explorer, Visual Basic and Notepad are registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Texturizer and the "t" logo are trademarks of DJST Productions.
Copyright � 2002 DJST Productions. All rights reserved.
Texturizer is written and designed by David Tenser.
Copyright � 1999-2002 DJST Productions/Spunknetwork, Inc.
All rights reserved.
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