Graphic Vision 2.11 released

I am proud to announce the public release of Graphic Vision, version 2.11.  A
fully functional evaluation, as well as precompiled example programs are
available for download from my website

 http://www.jayman.demon.co.uk

 1. OVERVIEW
 ===========

Graphic Vision is a full featured object orientated application framework
for building DOS or DPMI programs with a high quality Graphical User Interface
using the Turbo or Borland Pascal 7 compiler. Graphic Vision (GV) has been
modeled on Borland International's Pascal version of Turbo Vision (TV). It has
similar functionality, user and programmer interface as Turbo Vision, but uses
a graphics screen for its visual output instead of TV's text-only screen.

 2. KEY FEATURES
 ===============

  - Built-in, very fast and proven VGA and VESA SVGA graphics engine
  - Professional look and feel, similar to MS Windows 95
  - All the major GUI elements supplied; scrollbars, buttons, list viewers,
    dialog boxes etc
  - Mouse cursor animation to allow mouse cursors of up to 32x32 pixels in
    size
  - Resource compiler utility to generate mouse cursor, bitmap, icon, string
    and font resources.
 -  Comprhensive BP7/TP7 IDE compatible help file containing over 2,500
    hyperlinked help topics.
 - Help file compiler for generating context-sensitive help files.
 -  Supports long file names under LFN-capable DOS environments such as
    a Win95/98/ME DOS box.
 -  Easy non-English and multilingual application development.

 3. NEW FEATURES OF VERSION 2.11
 ===============================

  - Support for standard VGA and SVGA 16-colour video modes
    (640x400x16, 640x480x16 and 800x600x16)
  - Fully pixel orientated co-ordinate system
  - Very modern appearance
  - New and improved GUI elements
  - Support for proportionally spaced fonts
  - Powerful replacement unit for DOS.PAS; makes writing DPMI applications
    much easier and supports long file names.

 4. MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR RUNNING GV APPLICATIONS
 ==========================================================

   MSDOS 3.3
   80386SX processor
   640K RAM (2MB for the DPMI version)
   VGA Graphics card
   Microsoft compatible mouse and driver (Version 7.05 or better)

 Graphic Vision supports:
    16 colour VGA and SVGA video modes up to 800 x 600
    256 colour VGA and SVGA video modes up to 1600 x 1200 x 256

DOS real mode and DOS protected mode Graphic Vision applications are known to
work on 386's to PIII's and compatibles in the following environments:

   DOS Versions 3.3 though 6.22, with or without EMM386.EXE and SHARE.EXE
   DOS 7.0 (including Windows 95/98 full-screen DOS boxes)
   DesqView
   Win3.x full-screen DOS box
   OS/2 Warp full-screen DOS box

 5. MINIMUM DEVELOPERS SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
 =========================================

   MSDOS 3.3
   386 processor
   640K RAM (2MB for the DPMI version)
   VGA Graphics card
   Hard Drive with at least 2MB free
   Turbo Pascal for DOS (version 7.0)
   Microsoft compatible mouse and driver (Version 7.05 or better)

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Jason Burgon - Author of Graphic Vision
 http://www.jayman.demon.co.uk