|I was able to get Grandview to run on VMWare again, thank God, but no mouse support. I vaguely remember I had mouse support when I used Grandview in the 1990's. |
Will have to go back to one of my old computers (either the 486 or earlier laptop, or even the old PC/XT) to see how I had it working before.
Vaguely remember I had it running on a Dell Inspiron 7500, with multi-boot.
Running on VMWare is nice, since can switch back and forth (in-and-out), but not sure how it is going to work out with serious writing, since I have to save to WordPerfect and then convert into Word.
The ability to Hoist and De-Hoist is very good feature of Grandview. I have to get re-acclimated to Grandview, and it is good I still have the user manuals.
I found an outliner, a simple one, referred by someone, Sain Outliner, it was easy to use, but the trial version is very limited--cannot save more than a simple outline--I tried to purchase full version, but there were no links to enable doing so--went to Sainsoftware website, but no links to that outline software, and thus no ability to purchase a license. Very weird. Don't know about this company.
Anybody know how to purchase the full version of Sain Outline?