Mall directory computers
vintagecomputer at bettercomputing.net
Mon Aug 1 15:17:03 CDT 2016
It wasn't those two.. I remember Harvard Graphics. It had a friendlier name than that.. Direct something? Darn. Gotta find it now.
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From: ethan at 757.org
Date: 2016-08-01 12:49 PM (GMT-08:00)
To: "General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts" <cctalk at classiccmp.org>
Subject: Re: Mall directory computers
>You know.. come to think of it.. it might have been something like this
>software I used to play with obsessively as a kid. My Dad had it for
>our PC. I completely forgrt the name. It was a CGA graphics
>proto-Powerpoint kind of deal. You could draw pictures, graphs etc..
>and it also had clip art. You could do fade ins and outs and other effects.
> I think we had it later on.. 85 or after. But the colors and way it
>drew graphics was similar. And I think you could hotkey it to go to
>specific 'slides'. The mall computer just had a series of buttons
>alongside the screen from what I remember. Could have been rigged up to
>replicate certain keys. Wish I could remember the program name..
There was GRASP / GRASPRT? You could author all sorts of stuff in it.
There was presentation software called Harvard Graphics I think.
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