MOSAIC.INI (PC/Windoze)

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Steve Kirk

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Oct 3, 1994, 10:10:50 PM10/3/94
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Newbie question:

Inspecting my MOSAIC.INI file I noticed links defined in there for things
like "home page" and various help pages and such. However... they don't seem
to have any effect - None of the menu options for HomePage or any of the
help options do anything. How can I change this?

TIA!
Steve
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Paul Michael Szpunar

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Oct 4, 1994, 10:46:08 PM10/4/94
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Paul Michael Szpunar (ah...@umich.edu) wrote:

: You need to put the file in your Windows\System directory.

Oops. That should be just your Windows directory, not in the System
sub. Sorry about that.
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Paul Michael Szpunar

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Oct 4, 1994, 9:06:19 PM10/4/94
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Steve Kirk (lock...@netcom.com) wrote:
: Newbie question:

: Inspecting my MOSAIC.INI file I noticed links defined in there for things
: like "home page" and various help pages and such. However... they don't seem
: to have any effect - None of the menu options for HomePage or any of the
: help options do anything. How can I change this?

You need to put the file in your Windows\System directory.

Richard Akerman

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Oct 4, 1994, 5:55:04 PM10/4/94
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In article <36t41g$e...@lastactionhero.rs.itd.umich.edu> ah...@umich.edu (Paul Michael Szpunar) writes:
>Oops. That should be just [put MOSAIC.INI in] your Windows directory, not in
>the System [subdir]. Sorry about that.

Or, better

SET MOSAIC.INI=your choice of INI directory


Philip in the Poghole

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Oct 8, 1994, 3:40:59 PM10/8/94
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In article <lockheedC...@netcom.com> lock...@netcom.com (Steve Kirk) writes:

>Inspecting my MOSAIC.INI file I noticed links defined in there for things
>like "home page" and various help pages and such. However... they don't seem
>to have any effect - None of the menu options for HomePage or any of the
>help options do anything. How can I change this?

Are you sure the MOSAIC.INI file is in your Windoze directory? If not then
Mosaic can't pick up any of the things inside it...... so if you've been
editing it in the local mosaic directory then i'm afraid it has to be moved to
your windose directory.

Hope this helps

TTFN

Philip in the poghole

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