[Retros] Installing natch
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Mon Oct 11 20:07:36 EDT 2004
A possibility is to open the file properties and force the WIN 95 OR WIN 98
Programm running mode
>From: Pascal Wassong <pascal.wassong at free.fr>
>Reply-To: retros at janko.at
>To: retros at janko.at
>Subject: Re: [Retros] Installing natch
>Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2004 12:49:49 +0200
> >>>>> "DoctorSBD" == DoctorSBD <DoctorSBD at aol.com> writes:
> DoctorSBD> I am no computer expert, but not an idiot either. But
> DoctorSBD> for some reason, on several computers, I have never
> DoctorSBD> been able to get Natch and iNatch installed
> DoctorSBD> properly. The last time I tried, I received a message
> DoctorSBD> that it was not a Dos/Windows program (Natch and I am
> DoctorSBD> sure I downloaded the correct one), although I could
> DoctorSBD> get iNatch running. Can anyone help? I would like to
> DoctorSBD> try composing proof games, but without software to
> DoctorSBD> verify, it is difficult.
>This is not the first time that people tell me about this problem.
>But I have no solution. When I wrote iNatch, it was on Win95, where
>it worked fine. It also seems to work on Win98. On more recent
>systems (Win2000, WinXP), those problem arise.
>If somebody could explain me the origin of the problem or point me to
>a solution, I would be glad to correct the code.
> DoctorSBD> If anyone has a solution that would not involve dozens
> DoctorSBD> of steps (like a zipped set of files that could be
> DoctorSBD> simply unzipped, and run), I would be really
> DoctorSBD> appreciative.
>The workaround I use, is to run Natch in a console window on the file
>saved by iNatch.
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