WPS-Wizard fixpack V0.6.1a1 available
January 12, 2008 by Chris Wohlgemuth
++ From the VOICE OS/2-eCS News Service http://www.os2voice.org ++
From: Chris Wohlgemuth
[Moderator note: "WPS-Wizard is a set of classes to add unique features to the WPS. It's seamlessly integrated and offers e.g. an info area for folders showing previews of images (eCS 1.2MR and above) and PDFs (if Lucide is installed), a technically advanced and unique icon engine for using PNG image files as icons, a Rexx interface to the WPS and much more." The full install WPS Wizard 0.6.0 is required and can be found at ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/misc/cinc/wps-wizard/wpswizard-0_6_0-eng.zip or on hobbes.]
This is a fixpack to be applied to an existing installation of V0.6.0 of WPS-wizard. Just replace the files wpswizz.dll and wpswizz.sym with the ones included in this package.
Get it here:
Note that wpswizz.dll is locked as long as the WPS is running. You have to boot a mainainance partition or use an unlock utility for DLLs to be able to remove the old file.
-Included is a script to uninstall any icon theme currently in use. Note that no files are deleted so it's save to run even on unknown themes.
-You may set a default icon size for the system.
Create a key under the application 'IconTheme' named 'IconSize' in os2.ini and set the size in percent, e.g. 150 (don't add a % sign). You may use all the
sizes found in the 'View' menu. Note that this also works when no theme is installed. No there is no graphical frontend for that.
V0.6.1a1 (12.01.2008) (fixpack)
-Fixed (?) crash because of stack problems (ticket #6)
-Disabled edit button for OS/2 icons
-Fixed trap during painting of icons in freshly opened folders (missing
-"Normal sized Symbols" was never check marked in view menu
-Fixed (?) abort of automated folder opening when using DragText thanks
to some info from the author
-Fixed ticket #8. Icon editing failed when no theme was installed
-Experimental feature: user defined icon sizes. Create a key under the
application 'IconTheme' named 'IconSize' in os2.ini and set the size in
percent, e.g. 150. You may use all the sizes found in the 'View' menu. Note
that this also works when no theme is installed.
For full history see the file 'Changes'.
Home of the package
There you may find links to icon themes.