Tue Aug 30 17:37:41 CDT 2005
"PMW operates by reading an input file containing an encoded description of
the music; such a file can be constructed using any text editor or word
processor. The music encoding is very straightforward and compact, and quick
On Sunday 06 February 2005 16:54, Tom deL wrote:
> Hello all from a wine newbie.
> I have an old favorite Windows application that is
> one of the last impediments to being completely
> Windows free. The app was written in vb I am pretty
> sure as it requires vbrun300.dll
> After sorting out some font related problems I got
> it running but there is a hiccup that is very
> maddening: After the first (or second) running, a
> function of the program hangs. Seems odd because
> it works fine the first time the app is run.
> The app's purpose is editing, cataloging and
> rendering an ASCII based musical notation system
> called "abc". The hang occurs while rendering the
> standard notation version. This is done in a
> somewhat Gimp-like separate windows; i.e. there
> is a tune selection (files) window. A file, then
> a tune may be selected here. One of the functions
> available in the tune selection window is the
> ability to "Draw" the standard notation (staves,
> notes, rests, etc.). This is done in a different
> After the first running, the program hangs with
> a Windows style hourglass when it should be making
> the rendering. The window (and program) may be
> closed by clicking on the X in upper right.
> In the console, I get the error:
> fixme:hook:SetWindowsHookEx16 hook type 1 broken in Win16
> Searching usenet I have found a few references to
> this message but not anything that helped me.
> I have installed a newer version of vbrun300.dll
> (1999 from Microsoft's site) than the one I started
> with (1993 from ???) to no avail.
> BTW the app is http://www.abc2win.com/
> TIA - Any and all suggestions welcome!
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