|*||all files that could be graphics files are displayed|
|LDR.*||only loader modules are displayed|
|SVR.*||only saver modules|
|MOD.*||only image processing modules or system modules|
The respective preset drive (INI file) will immediately be displayed when loading or saving, all other calls of the file requester will first display the contents of the system drive (which normally is the boot drive; see also RAM extensions). You can at any time address another drive by clicking into the units gadget.
The units gadget shows drives that currently are available. If there's no drive type indication behind the drive number there will be no drive of this address on the serial bus. If you even though click that drive number, the message "Off." will ensue in the status gadget (at the very bottom of the requester), and GoDot will automatically choose the previuos setting, or unit "RAM" which in no case will lead to problems.
If the directory window shouldn't be able to display all existing files (16 fit into it), you can browse the respective direction by making use of the two little arrow gadgets to the right of the window. Finally you choose a file by clicking the name of the file once. Thereafter the name will appear in the input gadget below the directory. Releasing the "Load" gadget will then load the file which will be accompanied by a gauge bar in the status gadget (but not when installing a module). To immediately start the loading procedure you can as well doubleclick the file name.
If you manually want to specify a file name, you click into the input gadget. When loading you can abbreviate file names by an asterisk.
A click into the status gadget will produce the respective error message of the current drive.
Files will be deleted by clicking their names and then releasing the "Delete" gadget. Even hereby the asterisk will work as a joker. Caution: A single asterisk will delete all files of the given filter type!
GoDot can't handle GEOS file names that were inputted as lower case letters. Whereas GEOS upper case letters will work.
Copyright © 1997, Arndt Dettke, Last Updated - 07/30/97