I'm a vDOS fan. I use vDOS for four programs. All four are from the same source. A lot of similarities, and a few differences. Three seem to work fully. The 4th one, called HEM, has a text file editor and a panel editor. The panel editor is used to enter data for the program. One of the other programs has a panel editor that works, but HEM's is more "graphical" and has color. Using the panel editor in HEM is almost necessary when starting a problem. The data is stored in a text file. The file editor allows one to edit the text file within the program. The file editor is more useful after the data file is created with the panel editor.
The problem is when using vDOS, after HEM's panel editor is activated, F6, the program freezes or all the input options (F keys, page up, page down, ESC, etc.) do not work. I have to use task manager to end task to get it closed.
I used the vDOS /log option and walked the program to the problem area, it froze, and I "end tasked" it. The results are:
vDos-Base ========= C: => (Local) C:\vDos\
Execute: hem.EXE Int 0 => 697:010c Int 23 => 697:0113 Int 24 => 697:00db Int 3F => 697:0104 Int 22 => f000:0003 (Delayed logging w/o DOS call) Int 1B => 634:0143 Int 0 => f000:0000 Int 1B => f000:0000 Int 23 => 118:0000 Int 24 => 118:0110 Int 3F => f000:0000
Execute: C:\DPRD\HEMPANEL.EXE - C:\DPRD\PRL-4306.HEM Int 0 => 2d0a:010c Int 23 => 2d0a:0113 Int 24 => 2d0a:00db Int 3F => 2d0a:0104 Int 22 => 5f9:02f0 (Delayed logging w/o DOS call) Int 1B => 2ca7:0143