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AmigaOS 4.0 - About OS4 - Commands

IPREFS AmigaDOS
Purpose: Communicates Preferences information stored in the individual editor to the operating system.
Format: IPREFS [NEWMOUSE]
Template: NEWMOUSE/S
Path: C:IPREFS
IPREFS reads the individual system Preferences files and passes the information to the system.

IPREFS is generally run in the Startup-sequence after the Preferences files are copied to ENV:. Each time a user selects Save or Use from within an editor, IPREFS is notified and passes the information to the system. If necessary, IPREFS resets Workbench to implement those changes. If any Shell, project, or tool windows are open, IPREFS displays a requester asking you to close them.

Using OS 4.0 Final only, older programs which have been written to be NEWMOUSE compatible, should have the NEWMOUSE switch set.


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Revised: December 24, 2006.