This URL will point you to a number of viewers that have been tested with Mosaic. After you have selected a viewer you can transfer it to your machine by just: hold Shift and click on the link.
Besides viewers we can connect with Internet browsers also other programs such as Word, Corel Draw, Paint Brush,..., and MSWLogo. The selected application or viewers must be able to accept command line arguments.
Here are some details how to install MSWlogo in both browsers.
Mosaic needs to know which application to call when it reads a file type that it can't handle. For configuring Mosaic to run MSWlogo program files.
Preferences, under the
application/logo), in the
Associate Mime Type of:Window. Click on the down arrow to see the list of types Mosaic is currently aware of. If you don't see the MIME type you are trying to define, click the Add button to add it.
With this/these extensionswindow. In this case:
What does this mean? If Mosaic sees a file with any of these file name extensions, it will assume that it is a file this MIME type. This allows Mosaic to determine what type of file this is if the server does not provide MIME types, or when loading local files.
Note: Mosaic will use the last extension listed for naming files it
receives. (eg. all
.lg,.lgo,.wlg files will be stored as
options/preferencesopen by clicking on the arrow button of the field
Set Preferences On:and select
New Type ...and *** in the window
Configure New Mime Typeenter the type
applicationin the field
Mime Type:and the subtype
logoin the field
Mime Subtype:. Confirm the data by a click on OK button.
Extensions:possible extensions of (your) logo programs. For example
Browse ...enter the activation of the MSlogo program into the corresponding field. For example
-lpreceded by space to the end of this string
D:\MSLOGO\LOGO.EXE -land confirm your settings by a click on OK button.
MSWLogo -l prog.lg
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