During the past week I have been busy with other things besides working on DSx86 or DS2x86. We have a major customer installation coming up at my work in the beginning of May, so I have been busy with work-related stuff. During this weekend, instead of continuing with the DS2x86 Windows 3.11 support (which seems to be a bit of a never-ending project), I decided to attempt to fix the issues with the experimental proportional text mode font system that were left in the 0.41 version of DSx86. It took me the whole Saturday to hunt down the bugs, so I did not have time to do much else to it. But, the Smooth text mode should now be somewhat more usable. I used the Moria game and Norton Sysinfo for testing the system, and at least those do not seem to have the problems that were present in the previous 0.41 version.
The next week looks to be as busy as the previous week, so do not expect much progress with DS2x86 during the next week either. I hope to get back to working on it when the work situation eases up. Thanks again for your continued interest in DSx86 and DS2x86!
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