In Windows Explorer in the directory where you installed Traxedit,
right click some empty space and create a new shortcut. Point
to Traxedit.exe and call it something catchy like, er... I dunno - RUNTRAX maybe.
2. Right-click the new shortcut and select the Program tab.
Set the working directory to the Traxedit
directory. Select the Screen tab and click Window under
Usage. It doesn't
work in full screen mode even though it's the full screen!
Check it still runs if you double-click the new shortcut.
Right-click the new shortcut and select the memory tab. Unser
"Expanded (EMS) Memory"
choose, say, 1024, whatever. Save and close then
double click it again. When it opens, re-load the BigDemo.pcb and
it will all be there.
If you go to the View
menu and select Full-screen
you can then reload Traxedit in wall to wall full living colour.
Look at how luscious the display is, how crisp the lines and
are presented. Note how concise and simple the status bar is.
Enjoy the ease of the keyboard shortcuts. Marvel at
the menu disappears leaving you with the whole damned screen to work
on. Note the joyful absence of caption bars, status bars,
browsers, project panels, floating tool bars, ribbon bars and all the
other clutter that leaves you with a strip 1500 pixels wide and 6
pixels high to draw your PCB on.
for Future Reference...
can now right click a .PCB file and select the Open With... to
associate your PCBs with the RUNTRAX
shortcut you created.