Hello to all,
I am trying to find a Morse Code Training Program that will run correctly in
Windows 98 with a Pentium processor.
I want to be able to write text files and run them in a classroom setting
during my Morse Code/ Typing training programs.
I have used a copy of Morse Man Plus.
This program will not run correctly on my Windows 98 based Pentium processor
Using the Morse Man Plus program I write and save a text.
While running the text I find the spacing between the words are eliminated.
The entire text will be sent as one long string.
This problem also exists when booting the computers in MSDOS.
I am not shore if it has to do with the operating system or the system
The foot notes for Morse Man Plus states it was designed around the 386 chip
with a math coprocessor.
A Windows version with a higher system processor is being written.
I have never found this updated program.
Thanks for any and all help,
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