OS/2 For You At a Glance
Newsletter of the Southern California OS/2 User Group
Odin Today on August 18th
This month Steven Levine will lead us on another look at Odin. We'll take a look at how to get it up and running on your system and we will look at some of the unexpected places where Odin has turned up.
Newsletter at a Glance
What you are currently reading is a new feature on the SCOUG web site. It mimics the printed version, but with shorter descriptions.
Like coordinating things and talking to people? SCOUG's program chairman, Mark Abramowitz, has retired, so there's a job opening for the right volunteer. Not to mention a big Thanks! to Mark for his years of service to the club.
Gary has the new IBM postscript printer drivers referenced in the Aug. INK column. For the Internet browser crowd, pointers go to Netscape Commun-icator 4.61's latest refresh and the Opera 5.12 beta for OS/2! And so much more!
Tony follows his GSView Ghostscript theme with a How To on changing postscript print drivers using the latest greatest IBM postscript drivers.
Dear Mr. Know-It-All
Remember those times when you try to run a program and get an error about a missing file or dll? You can use the OS/2 Trace Facility to find out what's what.
Banish Banner Ads with Internet Junk Buster
Sick of banner ads when you're on the Internet? You should take a look at Internet Junk Buster.
Read About It
Welcome to The Fox
Discoveries is a new semi-regular column with the objective to share, what are to the author, newly found OS/2 treasures. He begins with SeaHaven Towers.
Warp on the Web
Browser Options for OS/2 Users
The web browser is becoming more and more integral to our lives, so it makes sense to use one that works well for you. Included with this overview are quick looks at browsers you may want to consider.
Take a look!
Making GhostView Work With Netscape
The combination of Russell Lang's GhostView front end and GhostScript for OS/2 version 7 makes a handy dandy pdf viewer for Netscape.
This tip tells you how to set it up.
Celebrate SCOUG's 8th Anniversary
At Our September 15th Meeting
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