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John Stockton <dr.j.r....@gmail.com
>I could use another browser, but I chose to use Internet Explorer because I never
>use it otherwise at that time and I therefore get a new on-top window.
>So : is there another means of displaying, from within Batch, a file in a
>read-only window (required for Win 10, might be wanted in Win 7 or Win 11)?
>Otherwise, how/can I create a suitable window/dialog, with
>copy'n'paste, using VBScript?
Invoking a browser just to display text is the proverbial overkill
(something about smashing ants with a sledgehammer). But you probably
already know that.
I suppose the overall goal is to avoid doing any programming, but it sure
doesn't seem like it would be very hard to knock something together in VB
or some variation thereof. I think there is even an example code for this
in the TCC (tiny C compiler) distro for Windows.
Or, you could use WSL and then use xmessage...
(That's how I do this sort of thing mostly nowadays, but, of course, under
Linux, not Windows)
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