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 +====== Menu program a'la "DSI Menu" ======
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 +Main development page.
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 +<code>
 +Plan the development of a Menu program a'la "DSI Menu" that is friendly to use for disabled. In the menu it should be possible to alter different program settings. 
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 +The input devices should be, keyboard, mouse, automatic cursor with 0/1 activation (i.e. mouse/joystick/keyboard).
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 +Configuration program Keep in mind that we need a simple all purpose program, maybe we should have a structure in a programs configuration file that not only has 
 +actual settings, but also what is aviable of settings and help. So a general setup program can work for all programs, however we should keep in mind that we might be
 +better of with some references to a help file, to make translation of help easier. - Some planning already done in Little-T configuration GUI
 +</code>
  
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