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JamPaint
Volume Number:5
Issue Number:7
Column Tag:Pascal Procedures

Related Info: AppleTalk Mgr

Build a Network Painting Program

By Edgar Circenis, Rod Magnuson, Lincoln, NE

Note: Source code files accompanying article are located on MacTech CD-ROM or source code disks.

[Edgar Circenis: Has programmed the Mac since 1984. Has been employed at Nordic Software and written software for both the Apple // and Macintosh. Graduate of the University of Nebraska--Lincoln with a B.S. C.S. Rod Magnuson: Has had 2 years programming the Macintosh. Founded MindVision software with Steve Kiene in early 1988. Co-author of MaxWrite, the first color word processor and MindVision’s first offering.]

JamPaint: A Networked Paint Program

JamPaint’s Beginnings

Back in 1987, an AppleTalk network was installed in our workplace. We decided to write a simple program to allow communications between different nodes of this network. Our program, Transceive, used the NBP and LAP protocols to send text messages between nodes.

When we got the program working and realized how easy it was to use AppleTalk, we took Transceive one step further by rewriting it so that a user on one Mac could draw one the screen of several other Macs. To do this, we created a message format consisting of a message type identifier and data needed for the given type. We implemented two different types of messages: Click and Drag. A click message consisted of the Click message identifier and a Point. The drag message took a similar form. A Click message was sent when a user initially clicked on the screen. Then, Drag messages were sent every time that the mouse location changed, until the mouse button was released.

Transceive was rewritten to operate in either master or slave mode. In master mode, the click and drag messages were generated and broadcast over the network. In slave mode, the messages were interpreted and the results were drawn on the screen.

We relied entirely on the LAP protocol for our transmissions. This caused a problem because LAP has no facility for buffering incoming messages. Therefore, we experimented with using a VBLTask to periodically check the message buffer and put messages into our own buffer. This was a bad idea because the LAP protocol moves memory and VBLTasks cannot cause memory moves. Our program crashed periodically because of this. To solve our problem, we had to resort to polling the message buffer. This caused us to lose messages on occasion, but it was better than periodic crashes.

Finally, we were able to have up to eight (a practical limit) Macs hooked up and drawing on each other’s screens simultaneously. This was great fun for the staff at work, so we thought about the feasibility of extending Transceive into more of a paint program.

Transceive sat idle for months while we thought about what could and couldn’t be done easily over a network. We wanted to keep message sizes small and had to have a system where lost messages wouldn’t cause problems or crashes (with polling, messages will get lost). We thought about using the ATP protocol to avoid message loss, but decided that response time would be too slow for a real-time paint program. Eventually, we decided that LAP was still the best choice. Then, we decided to write JamPaint.

JamPaint is a simple, first come, first served Networked Paint program. To control users, we have an array of environment records. Each slot in this array is filled as unidentified users announce themselves (by sending an initial message) on the network. Again, we decided to limit the number of users to eight to reduce traffic on the network. JamPaint was written during a long weekend, but fixing bugs and adding new tools has kept us busy for 3-4 months. Initially, we had decided to make JamPaint a color paint program for the Mac II in addition to being networked. We wrote color code, but never spent much time trying to get offscreen pixmaps to work correctly. Hence, our screen updating was a mess on a Mac II. As soon as we get that code working, we will re-release JamPaint for color use on the Mac II.

The Way it was Programmed

JamPaint was written in MPW Pascal with little regard for proper programming technique. As a result, JamPaint variables are for the most part global variables. By using many globals, we eliminated the creation and initialization of large stack frames. Most of our procedure parameters are VAR parameters (to eliminate excessive stack frame initialization). By adopting this style, we were able to decrease memory usage and increase execution speed of our program.

JamPaint implements eight paint tools: paint brush, letters tool, eraser, rectangle, filled rectangle, oval, filled oval, and a spray-can tool. Our palette includes eight patterns which can be edited by double-clicking on them. JamPaint also includes a unique pen sizing tool which allows horizontal and vertical pen size to be set independently. We implemented the Pattern and Constraint keys found in most paint programs and tried to emulate the standard paint program user interface.

Once again, we used the type-and-data format for sending our messages across AppleTalk. To make JamPaint a fully networked paint program, we needed to create many new message types. For instance, occurrences such as selecting a new tool had to be transmitted over the network so that each node would know how to handle subsequent drag messages. A problem with this approach is that a tool selection message may be lost and drag message may be mis-interpreted. Fortunately, with only eight nodes, this doesn’t happen often.

With JamPaint, we eliminated the master/slave modes used in Transceive and put all nodes in a combined master/slave mode. What this means is that every message incoming from a previously identified node will be executed. Also, every action performed locally will be broadcast.

To handle the transmission and execution of command messages, we implemented a simple command queue. Every incoming message is put into this queue, and periodically, the first message in the queue is executed. To save ourselves the trouble of duplicating this mechanism for local actions, and to simplify the testing of the incoming message routines, outgoing messages are broadcast and then put into the incoming message queue for execution locally. This way, all drawing gets handled by the same set of routines. Our approach not only cut down on code size, but simplified debugging and streamlined our message handling system.

How Things Get Drawn

JamPaint uses an offscreen bitmap to perform its updating and redraw. All drawing commands are duplicated -- once for the screen, and once for an offscreen bitmap. When an update is required, CopyBits is used to transfer the image back onto the screen. This approach was made necessary when we decided that our window wouldn’t always be the front window (because of DA’s, dialogs, etc.).

The Users on the Network

JamPaint treats each user as a paint environment. When a user first starts using JamPaint, a message corresponding to their first action is broadcast over the network. Any nodes that still have room in their environment tables (remember, only eight entries) will notice that this message comes from an unidentified node. They will then request that the sending node transmit its environment. The same happens in the other direction. The new node will not recognize the already operating nodes and will fill its own environment tables the same way.

The following data structure is used to keep track of a user environment:

{1}

UserTableRec = record
 id:integer;{ AppleTalk ID number }
 time:longint;   { time elapsed since last message sent }
 theTool:integer;{ current pain tool }
 x,y:integer;    { last pen coordinate }
 theMode:boolean;{ line or dot mode }
 thePat:pattern; { penPat }
 theClr:RGBColor;{ color for Mac II }
 hSize,vSize:integer;{ pen size }
 theFnum:integer;{ font number }
 theFsize:integer; { font size }
 theFstyle:style;{ font style }
 splatRad:integer; { splatter radius for airbrush }
 splatSpeed:integer; { splatter speed for airbrush }
end;

id : The AppleTalk node id of the user. This is needed to send our messages through the LAP protocol calls.

time : The TickCount value of the last time a message from the user was executed. This is used to eliminate “dead” users from the network.

theTool : is the current tool for the user.

x, y : The current pen position of the user.

theMode : The current mode of the user. JamPaint supports two drawing modes: line and dot. In line mode, drag packets connect the current x,y position with a line to the previous position. In Dot mode, no connection is made.

splatRad : The airbrush radius; double clicking on the spray-can tool will bring up a dialog that allows the airbrush radius to be resized.

splatSpeed : The airbrush speed, or how many particles get sprayed each time a drag message is received; this can also be changed by double-clicking the spray-can tool.

Packet Types

The following is the variant data structure used for the different message types in JamPaint:

{2}

MSGType=(paintMode,alpha,settool,eraseall,setpat,setcolor,setpen, setfont, 
setpos,drag,rectpck,setSplat,rqinfo,sendinfo);

LAPMsg = record
 size   :packed array [0..1] of byte;
 theType:MSGType;
 id:byte;
 case MSGType of
 paintMode:(mode:boolean);
 alpha:(ch:char);{ type char in current font,size,style ,location }
 settool:(tool:integer);  { select a tool }
 setpat:(pat:pattern);  { select a pattern }
 setcolor:(clr:RGBColor); { select a color }
 setpen:(px,py:integer);  { set pen size to px,py }
 setfont:(fnum:integer; { select font characteristics }
   fsize:integer;
   fstyl:style);
 setpos:(mx,my:integer);  { set current position to mx,my }
 drag:(cx,cy:integer);{ mouse dragged from mx,my to cx,cy }
 setSplat:(sRad:integer;  { resize splatter tool }
    sSpeed:integer);
 rectpck:(rct:rect;{ rectangle for TRect..TFOval }
   optDown:boolean);
 sendinfo:(info:UserTableRec);{ user info }
 end;

All paint functions are executed by transmitting one of these message data structures to the users on the network.

Implementing Tools That Require Waiting

Implementing the oval and rectangle drawing tools was more difficult than implementing the other tools. This is due to the fact that these objects can be enlarged and shrunken before actually being placed into a document. With messages coming in from other machines, we had to address the problem of what to do while the user was sizing an object. Also, we had to worry about how resizing was to be done on a remote machine.

We decided that it would be a waste of code and time to resize objects on a remote screen. After all, the finished object was what we were after. This left only the problem of how to handle resizing locally while executing incoming messages. Our solution was to do all resizing on the screen only. We would leave the offscreen bitmap alone until the object was complete. All incoming messages get executed on the offscreen bitmap and updated to the screen. Then, when the sized object is complete, a message is transmitted to draw it both locally and elsewhere. This way, we reduce AppleTalk traffic, eliminate the problem of missed messages, and avoid over-writing of previous drawing.

Drag Packets

Whenever a user is holding down the mouse, drag messages are transmitted (unless the rectangle or oval tools are selected). Drag messages contain only the new location of the mouse. When a Drag message is received, it is sent to one of the drawing routines depending on the current tool in the environment record for the user in question. This local interpretation of commands was chosen because it results in smaller AppleTalk packets, leading to better throughput.

JamPaint’s Future

Is there a future for JamPaint? We think so. Anyone who has played (yes, it’s more like playing than painting) with JamPaint has to admit that it was fun. We plan to enhance JamPaint by making it into a real paint program. Planned enhancements include:

• Color

• Separate palette and tool windows with more patterns and tools.

• A full page (or possibly oversize) drawing surface.

• Selection tools.

• Special effects (fades, contrast enhancement, smoothing, etc.).

• Paint channels and privacy mode.

• Object-oriented drawing.

• Enhance compatibility with existing paint programs.

• Memos.

We would like to think that JamPaint is a step into the future. JamPaint is a new kind of tool which not only allows many people to see the same piece of work, but to also modify it. We are trying to bring real connectivity to the Mac by creating multi-user software.

We ask that you do not change JamPaint and distribute it. It has been copy righted. To maintain some sort of order, and minimize confusion, MindVision Software will gladly accept suggestions for improvements to this program. If you would like to add something to JamPaint, let us know what you’re doing and maybe we can work together. Our About Window has room for plenty of names; just don’t expect to become rich.

After Thought

We suggest that you run JamPaint on System 4.1 or 4.2 because JamPaint is very slow running under System Software 6.0. We do not know why this is. We haven’t had time to look into it yet.

We have also noted that Apple has implemented something similar to JamPaint in HyperCard with their XCMD set that allows access to NBP and LAP AppleTalk protocols from script.

Listing:  MakeFile.p
##### JamPaint MakeFile #####
Pascal =Pascal
POptions =-s

.p.o    ƒ .p
 Pascal -k “{PLibraries}” {default}.p

JamPaintƒ JamPaint.r JamPaint.code
 Rez “{RIncludes}”Types.r JamPaint.r -o JamPaint -c JPNT
 SetFile -a B -d . JamPaint
JamPaint.code  ƒ JamPaint.p.o
 Link JamPaint.p.o  
 “{Libraries}”Interface.o 
 “{PLibraries}”Paslib.o 
 “{Libraries}”Runtime.o 
 -o JamPaint.code

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Volume Number:5
Issue Number:7
Column Tag:Pascal Procedures

Related Info: AppleTalk Mgr

Build a Network Painting Program (Code)


Listing:  JamPaint.p
Program JamPaint;
{*************************************************
 JamPaint -- the Network Paint Application
 *************************************************
 Copyright 1988 by Edgar Circenis and Rod Magnuson
 All Rights Reserved
 *************************************************
 Started: 12/26/87 Revision: 5/21/88
 *************************************************
 Problem areas:
 - Do we need to worry about nets as well as nodes?
 - How big should PQ be?
 - VBLTasks cannot move memory.
 - Change xEnqueue and xDequeue to access PQ directly.
 - What causes initial LAPWrite error @70 (err = -95)???
 - NOTE: if we end up using polling, a queue will be unnecessary.
 - use VAR parameters where it will speed things up.
 *************************************************}
 USES
 {$LOAD MacDump}
 Memtypes,Quickdraw,OSIntf,ToolIntf,PackIntf,PickerIntf,
 Script,
 {$LOAD AppleTalkDump}
 AppleTalk,
 {$LOAD MacPrintDump}
 PrintTraps;
 
 CONST
 lastMenu = 7;
 maxUsers = 8;   { User Table size }
 OurType= 39;    { a random LAP protocol type }
 listSize = 550; { incoming packet queue size }
 VBLcnt = 2;{ myTask.vblCount }
 connect= false;
 spray  = true;
 idleTime = 60*60*5; { five minute idle time }
 eraseCursor = 128;
 splatCursor = 8088; { splatter cursor ID }
 { ---- TOOLS ---- }
 Tnone  = 0;{ no tool, or special tool }
 Tspray = 1;{ not really a tool! }
 TLetters = 2;   { letter tool }
 Tbrush = 3;{ paint brush }
 Terase = 4;{ eraser }
 TRect  = 5;{ Rectangle }
 TFrect = 6;{ Filled Rectangle }
 TOval  = 7;{ Oval }
 TFOval = 8;{ Filled Oval }
 TSplatter= 9;   { Splatter Tool }
 TDisk  = 10;    { Disk Access }
 Tpat   = 11;    { not a tool }
 Tcolor = 12;    { not a tool }
 { ---- DEFAULTS ---- }
 dSize  = 12;
 dStyle = [];
 dPen   = 1;{ 1 x 1 pen }
 dColor = 1;{ black }
 dTool  = Tbrush;
 dMode  = connect;
 dsplatterCount = 30;{ * default spatter speed * }
 dsplatRad= 20;  { * default splatter radius * }
 { **** make a decision about this and delete it **** }
 polling = true;
 
 appleMenu= 1;
 fileMenu = 2;
 fontMenu = 3;
 sizeMenu = 4;
 styleMenu= 5;
 effectsMenu=  6;
 editMenu = 7;
 
 TYPE
 UserTableRec =  record
 id:integer;{ appleTalk id }
 time   :longint;{ idle time }
 theTool:integer;{ current tool }
 x,y    :integer;{ mouse coordinates }
 theMode:boolean;{ paint mode }
 thePat :pattern;{ current pattern }
 theClr :RGBColor; { current color }
 hSize,vSize:integer;{ penSize }
 theFnum:integer;{ font number }
 theFsize :integer;{ font size }
 theFstyle:style;{ font style }
 splatRad :integer;{ splatter’s radius }
 splatSpeed :integer;{ splatter’s speed }
 end;
 
 MSGType = (paintMode,alpha,settool,eraseall,setpat ,setcolor,setpen,setfont,setpos,drag,rectpck,setSplat,rqinfo,sendinfo);
 LAPMsg = record
 size   :packed array [0..1] of byte;{packet length}
 theType:MSGType;{ message type }
 id:byte; { node id }
 case MSGType of
 paintMode: (mode:boolean); 
 { select paint mode type: connect, spray }
 alpha: (ch :char);
 { type char in current font, size, style, location }
 settool: (tool  :integer); { select a tool }
 setpat:(pat:pattern);    { select a pattern }
 setcolor:(clr :RGBColor);{ select a color }
 setpen:(px,py:integer);{set pen size to px,py }
 setfont: (fnum  :integer;{ font characteristics }
 fsize:integer;
 fstyl:style);
 setpos:(mx,my:integer);{set position to mx,my}
 drag:  (cx,cy:integer);
 { mouse dragged from mx,my to cx,cy }
 setSplat:(sRad:integer;  { resize splatter tool }
  sSpeed:integer);
 rectpck: (rct :rect;{rectangle for TRect..TFOval}
 optDown:boolean);
 sendinfo:(info  :UserTableRec);{ user info }
 end;
 LAPMsgPtr = ^LAPMsg;
 PacketList = Packed array [0..listSize-1] of LAPMsg;
 PacketQueue = record
 head   :integer;
 tail   :integer;
 queue  :PacketList;
 end;
 PacketQueuePtr = ^PacketQueue;
 
 CArry  = Array [1..8] of RGBColor;
 CPtr   = ^CArry;
 CHandle= ^CPtr;
 BitMapPtr= ^BitMap;
 VAR
 { A NOTE ABOUT GLOBALS AND SUCH:
Everyone is taught that using global variables is a sin.  We do not agree. 
 By using many globals and declaring parameters in parameter lists to 
be VAR parameters (even when not needed), we increase the speed of our 
code by reducing stack frame size and the creation of local copies of 
variables.}
 myEvent:EventRecord;
 theItem,theMenu,refnum :integer;
 theChar:Char;
 code   :integer;
 tempWindow,myWindow :WindowPtr;
 doneflag :boolean;
 PrDebug:boolean;
 mods   :longint;
 mymenus:array [1..lastmenu] of MenuHandle;
 FileMenuPresent :boolean;
 err    :integer;
 dlg    :DialogPtr;
 itype  :integer;
 item   :handle;
 box    :rect;
 itemHit:integer;
 myTask :VBLTask;
 UT:array [0..maxUsers] of UserTableRec;
 PQ:PacketQueue;
 myNode,myNet    :integer;
 LAPrh,LAPwh:ABRecHandle;
 LAPrbuf,LAPwbuf :LAPMsg;
 DrawWindow :WindowPtr;
 drect,prect:rect;
 jamPic,palette  :picHandle;
 ToolRects:array[1..20] of Rect;
 curPatRect :rect;
 hSizeRect,vSizeRect :rect;
 PatternsUp :Boolean;
 thePatterns:array [1..8] of pattern;
 theColors:CArry;
 curPat,curColor :integer;
 theFontidx :integer;
 theSizeidx :integer;
 clickTime:longint;
 lastTool :integer;
 theECurs,theCurs:cursor;
 arrowCurs,updateCurs:boolean;
 bmap,Wbits :bitmap;
 oldRgn,oldClip  :RgnHandle;
 changed,saved   :boolean;
 fVref  :integer;
 MultiFinderRunning:boolean;
 ColorQDrawImplm :boolean;
 MacII,PixDraw   :boolean;
 myCGrafPtr :CGrafPtr;
 myCGrafPort:CGrafPort;
 ourCMHandle:CTabHandle;
 offpix,Wpix:PixMapHandle;
 theHand,theSizer:CursHandle;
 theSprayer,thePlacer:CursHandle;
 hPrint :THPrint;
 
 Procedure SendLAP(who:byte); Forward;
 Procedure CheckRead;Forward;
 Procedure DrawContents;  Forward;
 
 Procedure Debug(s:str255);
 begin
 if PrDebug then
 begin
 PrCtlCall(iPrIOCtl,ord(@s)+1,length(s),0);
 PrCtlCall(iPrDevCtl,$0003FFFF,0,0);
 end;
 end;
 
 Function Str(i:longInt):str255; 
{ These two functions are invaluable }
 begin
 NumToString(i,Str);
 end;
 
 Function Val(s:str255):longint;
 begin
 StringToNum(s,Val);
 end;
 
 function MyGetNextEvent(evtMask:Integer;VAR Evt:EventRecord):Boolean;
 { * This allows us to be more MultiFinder compatible * }
 begin
 If MultiFinderRunning then
 MyGetNextEvent:=WaitNextEvent(evtMask,Evt,15,Nil)
 else
 begin
 SystemTask;
 MyGetNextEvent:=GetNextEvent(evtMask,Evt);
 end;
 end;

 Procedure MenuString(s:str255); {debugging simple stuff }
 var
 dMenu  :MenuHandle;
 begin
 s := Concat(s,’ <click>’);
 DMenu := NewMenu(999,s);
 InsertMenu(DMenu,0);
 DrawMenuBar;
 sysBeep(1);
 repeat Until MyGetNextEvent(mdownMask+keyDownMask+AutoKeyMask,myEvent);
 DeleteMenu(999);
 DisposeMenu(DMenu);
 DrawMenuBar;
 end;

 Function idleFilter(item:Integer;theDlg:DialogPtr):Integer;
 begin
 SetUpA5;
 idleFilter:=item;
 CheckRead;
 RestoreA5;
 end;

 procedure HiliteButton(theDialog:DialogPtr);
 begin
 SetPort(theDialog);
 GetDItem(theDialog,ok,iType,iTem,Box);
 InsetRect(Box,-4,-4);
 PenSize(3,3);
 FrameRoundRect(box,15,16);
 PenNormal;
 end;

 Procedure DoErr(i:integer);
 begin
 if err<>0 then
 begin
 if prDebug then
 Debug(concat(‘*** ‘,str(i),’:  error = ‘,str(err)))
 else
 menuString(concat(str(i),’:  error = ‘,str(err)));
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure RsrcErr;
 begin
 if ResError<>0 then
 begin
 if PrDebug then
 Debug(concat(‘*** RsrcErr=’,str(ResError)))
 else
 menuString(concat(‘RsrcErr=’,str(ResError)));
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure SetUpMenus;
 var
 i :integer;
 s,fName:str255;
 begin
 InitMenus;
 FileMenuPresent:=false;  
 for i := 1 to lastmenu do
 MyMenus[i] := GetMenu(254+i);
 for i := 1 to lastmenu-1 do
 InsertMenu(myMenus[i],0);
 AddResMenu(MyMenus[appleMenu],’DRVR’);
 AddResMenu(MyMenus[fontMenu],’FONT’);
 GetFontName(applFont,fName);
 for i := 1 to countMItems(mymenus[fontMenu]) do
 begin
 GetItem(mymenus[fontMenu],i,s);
 if s=fName then
 begin
 CheckItem(mymenus[fontMenu],i,true);
 theFontidx := i;
 leave;
 end;
 end;
 for i:=1 to 9 do
 begin
 GetItem(myMenus[sizeMenu],i,s);
 if RealFont(theFontidx,Val(s))
 then
 SetItemStyle(myMenus[sizeMenu],i,[Outline])
 else
 SetItemStyle(myMenus[sizeMenu],i,[]);
 end;
 DrawMenuBar;
 end;
 
 Procedure xEnqueue(var msg:LAPMsg); { add queue element }
 begin
 Debug(‘xEnqueue’);
 with PQ do
 if (tail+1) mod listSize = head then
 begin
 sysbeep(1);{ oops, queue full! }
 Debug(‘Queue Full’);
 end
 else
 begin
 queue[tail] := msg;
 tail := (tail+1) mod listSize;
 Debug(concat(‘ head=’,str(head),’, tail=’,str(tail)));
 end;
 end;
 
 Function xDequeue(var msg:LAPMsg):boolean;  { remove first queue element 
}
 begin
 with PQ do
 if tail=head then
 xDequeue := false
 else
 begin
 Debug(‘xDequeue: dequeued’);
 msg := queue[head];
 head := (head+1) mod listsize;
 xDequeue := true;
 Debug(concat(‘ head=’,str(head),’, tail=’,str(tail)));
 end;
 end;
 
 procedure DoPageSetUp;
 var
 temphPrint :  THPrint;
 err    : OSErr;
 begin
 PrOpen;
 If PrError=noErr then
 begin
 temphPrint:=hPrint;
 err:=HandToHand(handle(temphPrint));
 Repeat
 if PrStlDialog(temphPrint) then
 begin
 DisposHandle(handle(hPrint));
 If MemError<>NoErr then
 SysBeep(1);
 hPrint:=temphPrint;
 err:=HandToHand(handle(hPrint));
 if err<>NoErr then
 SysBeep(1);
 end;
 Until not PrValidate(hPrint);
 end;
 PrClose;
 DisposHandle(handle(temphPrint));
 end;

 Function FindUser(id:integer):integer;{ find UT entry }
 { find user in UT.  If not in UT, return -1 and send <rqinfo> packet 
to user if table not yet full. If data is not valid, returns -(index+1). 
}
 var
 i :integer;
 begin
 Debug(‘FindUser’);
 for i := 0 to maxUsers do{ CASE 1: look for user }
 if UT[i].id=id then
 begin
 FindUser := i;  { valid user found }
 Debug(‘ user found’);
 exit(FindUser);
 end;
 Debug(‘ user not found’);
 for i := 1 to maxUsers do{CASE 2:look for empty slot}
 if UT[i].id<0 then
 begin
 UT[i].id := id;
 LAPwbuf.theType := rqinfo;
 SendLAP(id);
 FindUser := -1; { user not valid (yet) }
 exit(FindUser);
 end;
 for i := 1 to maxUsers do {CASE 3:look for idle user}
 if tickCount-UT[i].time>idleTime then
 begin
 UT[i].id := id;
 LAPwbuf.theType := rqinfo;
 SendLAP(id);
 FindUser := -1; { user not valid (yet) }
 exit(FindUser);
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure SetUserState(j:integer);{ set previous state }
 begin
 Debug(‘SetUserState’);
 with UT[j] do
 begin
 MoveTo(x,y);
 PenPat(thePat);
 if MacII then
 RGBForeColor(theClr);
 PenSize(hSize,vSize);
 TextFont(theFnum);
 TextSize(theFsize);
 TextFace(theFstyle);
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure OffBits;{ set offscreen bitmap }
 begin
 if MacII then
 begin
 if PixDraw then
 begin
 SetPort(GrafPtr(myCGrafPtr));
 end;
 end
 else
 begin
 oldRgn:=NewRgn;
 CopyRgn(DrawWindow^.visRgn,oldRgn);
 RectRgn(DrawWindow^.visRgn,bmap.bounds);
 Wbits:=DrawWindow^.portbits;
 SetPortBits(bmap);
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure OnBits; { set onscreen bitmap }
 begin
 if MacII
 then
 begin
 if PixDraw then
 begin
 SetPort(DrawWindow);
 end;
 end
 else
 begin
 CopyRgn(oldRgn,DrawWindow^.visRgn);
 DisposeRgn(oldRgn);
 SetPort(DrawWindow);
 SetPortBits(Wbits);
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure DoSplatter(user:integer);
 var
 r :rect;
 i,xx,yy:integer;
 begin
 ClipRect(drect);
 with UT[user] do
 for i := 1 to splatSpeed do
 begin
 repeat
 xx := random mod SplatRad;
 yy := random mod SplatRad;
 until xx*xx+yy*yy <= SplatRad*SplatRad;
 xx := xx + x;
 yy := yy + y;
 SetRect(r,xx,yy,xx+hSize,yy+vSize);
 PaintRect(r);
 OffBits;
 PaintRect(r);
 OnBits;
 end;
 ClipRect(drawWindow^.portRect);
 end;
 
 Procedure DoRect(utnum:integer;r:rect;optDown:boolean);
 { handle rect packets }
 begin
 Debug(‘DoRect’);
 with UT[utnum] do
 case theTool of
 TRect: begin
 if not optDown then
 PenPat(black);
 FrameRect(r);
 OffBits;
 FrameRect(r);
 OnBits;
 end;
 TFRect:begin
 PaintRect(r);
 OffBits;
 PaintRect(r);
 OnBits;
 if not optDown then
 begin
 PenPat(black);
 FrameRect(r);
 OffBits;
 FrameRect(r);
 OnBits;
 end;
 end;
 TOval: begin
 if not optDown then
 PenPat(black);
 FrameOval(r);
 OffBits;
 FrameOval(r);
 OnBits;
 end;
 TFOval:begin
 PaintOval(r);
 OffBits;
 PaintOval(r);
 OnBits;
 if not optDown then
 begin
 PenPat(black);
 FrameOval(r);
 OffBits;
 FrameOval(r);
 OnBits;
 end;
 end;
 end;
 end;

 Procedure DoDrag(utnum,dx,dy:integer);{drag packets}
 var
 pt:point;
 r :rect;
 begin
 Debug(‘DoDrag’);
 with UT[utnum] do
 case theTool of
 Tbrush:begin
 if theMode=connect then
 begin
 GetPen(pt);
 LineTo(dx,dy);
 OffBits;
 MoveTo(pt.h,pt.v);
 LineTo(dx,dy);
 OnBits;
 end
 else
 begin
 MoveTo(dx,dy);
 Line(0,0);
 OffBits;
 MoveTo(dx,dy);
 Line(0,0);
 OnBits;
 end;
 x := dx;
 y := dy;
 end;
 Terase:begin
 penPat(white);
 if theMode=connect then
 begin
 GetPen(pt);
 LineTo(dx,dy);
 OffBits;
 MoveTo(pt.h,pt.v);
 LineTo(dx,dy);
 OnBits;
 end
 else
 begin
 MoveTo(dx,dy);
 Line(0,0);
 OffBits;
 MoveTo(dx,dy);
 Line(0,0);
 OnBits;
 end;
 x := dx;
 y := dy;
 end;
 TSplatter: begin
 x := dx;
 y := dy;
 DoSplatter(utnum);
 end;
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure SendMyInfo(id:integer); { send UT to node <id> }
 begin
 Debug(‘SendMyInfo’);
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := sendinfo;
 info := UT[0];
 end;
 SendLAP(id);
 end;
 
 Procedure DebugLAPType(t:MSGType);
 begin
 case t of
 paintMode: Debug(‘ paintMode’);
 alpha: Debug(‘ alpha’);
 settool: Debug(‘ settool’);
 eraseall:Debug(‘ eraseall’);
 setpat:Debug(‘ setpat’);
 setcolor:Debug(‘ setcolor’);
 setpen:Debug(‘ setpen’);
 setfont: Debug(‘ setfont’);
 setpos:Debug(‘ setpos’);
 drag:  Debug(‘ drag’);
 rectpck: Debug(‘ rect’);
 rqinfo:Debug(‘ rqinfo’);
 sendinfo:Debug(‘ sendinfo’);
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure ExecMessage(var msg:LAPMsg);{ handle a LAP message }
 var
 j :integer;
 pt:point;
 savePort :GrafPtr;
 begin
 Debug(‘ExecMessage’);
 changed := true;
 with msg do
 if theType=rqInfo then { handle rqInfo requests }
 begin
 SendMyInfo(id);
 DebugLAPType(theType);
 end
 else   { handle graphics commands }
 begin
 GetPort(savePort);
 SetPort(DrawWindow);
 j := FindUser(id);{ get index into user table }
 if j>=0 then
 begin
 SetUserState(j);{ set user’s port state }
 with UT[j] do
 begin
 DebugLAPType(theType);
 case theType of
 paintMode: theMode := mode;
 alpha: begin
 GetPen(pt);
 DrawChar(ch);
 OffBits;
 MoveTo(pt.h,pt.v);
 DrawChar(ch);
 OnBits;
 GetPen(pt);
 x := pt.h;
 y := pt.v;
 end;
 eraseall: begin
 eraseRect(drect);
 OffBits;
 eraseRect(drect);
 OnBits;
 end;
 settool: theTool := tool;
 setpat:thePat := pat;
 setcolor:theClr := clr;
 setpen:begin
 hSize := px;
 vSize := py;
 end;
 setfont: begin
 theFnum := fnum;
 theFsize := fsize;
 theFstyle := fstyl;
 end;
 setpos:begin
 x := mx;
 y := my;
 end;
 drag:  DoDrag(j,cx,cy);
 rectpck: DoRect(j,rct,optDown);
 setSplat:begin
 splatRad := sRad;
 splatSpeed := sSpeed;
 end;
 sendinfo:begin
 UT[j] := info;
 Debug(‘ sendInfo received’);
 end;
 end;
 time := tickCount;{ user is active }
 end;
 end
 else
 Debug(‘ msg not executed’);
 SetPort(savePort);
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure CheckQueue;{execute packet from incoming queue}
 var
 msg    :LAPMsg;
 begin
 if polling then
 CheckRead;
 if xDequeue(msg) then    { incoming queue }
 ExecMessage(msg);
 end;
 
 Procedure SendLAP(who:byte); {send LAP Packt to node <id>}
 var
 sz:longint;
 begin
 Debug(‘SendLAP’);
 DebugLAPType(LAPwbuf.theType);
 {%%%%%%%%%% THIS NEEDS TO BE RECALCULATED! %%%%%%%%%%%}
 case LAPwbuf.theType of
 paintMode,alpha,settool: sz := 2;
 eraseall:sz := 0;
 setpat:sz := sizeof(pattern);
 setcolor:sz := sizeof(RGBColor);
 setfont: sz := sizeof(style) + 4;
 setpos,setpen,drag: sz := 4;
 rectpck: sz := sizeof(rect)+2;
 sendinfo:sz := sizeof(UserTableRec);
 setSplat:sz := 4;
 end;
 sz := sizeof(MSGType)+4+sz;{ LAP packet size }
 sz := sizeof(LAPMsg);    { <-- DEBUGGING ONLY }
 with LAPwbuf do { set up LAP packet size, sender id }
 begin
 id := myNode;
 size[0] := sz div 256;
 size[1] := sz mod 256;
 end;
 with LAPwh^^ do
 begin
 lapAddress.lapProtType := OurType; {protocol type}
 lapAddress.dstNodeID := who; { destination node }
 lapReqCount := sz;{ packet size }
 lapDataPtr := @LAPwbuf;  { packet data pointer }
 end;
 err := LAPWrite(LAPwh,false);{ send LAP packet }
 DoErr(70);
 if LAPwbuf.theType < rqInfo then  
 { don’t want to execute rqInfo or sendInfo locally }
 ExecMessage(LAPwbuf);  { execute message locally }
 end;
 
 Procedure CheckRead;
 var
 destnode :integer;
 begin
 SetUpA5;
 err := LAPrh^^.abResult;
 if err=0 then
 begin
 Debug(‘CheckRead: msg rcvd’);
 DebugLAPType(LAPrbuf.theType);
 destNode := LAPrh^^.lapAddress.dstNodeID;
 if (destNode=255) or (destNode=myNode) then
 xEnqueue(LAPrbuf);
 end;
 if err<>1 then
 begin
 with LAPrh^^ do
 begin
 lapAddress.lapProtType := OurType;
 lapReqCount := Sizeof(LAPMsg);
 lapDataPtr := @LAPrbuf;
 end;
 err := LAPRead(LAPrh,true);
 DoErr(5000);
 end;
 myTask.vblCount := VBLCnt;
 RestoreA5; 
 end; 
 
 Procedure SetUpRead;
 begin
 with LAPrh^^ do
 begin
 lapAddress.lapProtType := OurType;
 lapReqCount := Sizeof(LAPMsg);
 lapDataPtr := @LAPrbuf;
 end;
 err := LAPRead(LAPrh,true);
 DoErr(71);
 if not polling then
 begin
 with myTask do
 begin
 qType := ord(vType);
 vblAddr := @CheckRead;
 vblCount := VBLCnt;
 vblPhase := VBLCnt div 2 + 1;
 end;
 err := VInstall(@myTask);
 DoErr(500);
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure DisplayPatterns;
 var
 i :integer;
 begin
 for i := 1 to 8 do
 FillRect(toolRects[i+12],thePatterns[i]);
 FillRect(curPatRect,thePatterns[curPat]);
 end;
 
 Procedure DisplayColors;
 var
 i :integer;
 begin
 PenNormal;
 for i := 1 to 8 do
 begin
 RGBForeColor(theColors[i]);
 PaintRect(toolRects[i+12]);
 end;
 RGBForeColor(theColors[curColor]);
 PaintRect(curPatRect);
 end;
 
 Procedure DrawPalette;
 var
 r :rect;
 begin
 SetPort(DrawWindow);
 DrawPicture(palette,prect);
 with UT[0] do
 begin
 InvertRect(toolRects[theTool]);
 if not theMode then
 with toolRects[theTool] do
 begin
 PenMode(PatXOR);
 PenPat(ltgray);
 PaintRect(toolRects[Tspray]);
 PenNormal;
 end;
 end;
 PenMode(PatXOR);
 PenPat(ltgray);
 if PatternsUp then
 begin
 PaintRect(toolRects[Tcolor]);
 PenNormal;
 DisplayPatterns;
 end
 else
 begin
 PaintRect(toolRects[Tpat]);
 PenNormal;
 DisplayColors;
 end;
 with vSizeRect,UT[0] do
 SetRect(r,left,top+(vSize-1)*2,right,top+vSize*2);
 InvertRect(r);
 with hSizeRect,UT[0] do
 SetRect(r,left,top+(hSize-1)*2,right,top+hSize*2);
 InvertRect(r);
 {draw current tools, modes, pattern/color, pensize}
 end;
 
 Procedure OpenBitMap(r:rect);{ create offscreen bitmap }
 var
 pb:Bitmap;
 xx,yy,sn :Longint;
 i :Integer;
 saveGDevice:GDHandle;
 maxGDevice :GDHandle;
 theDepth :Integer;
 offRowBytes:Longint;
 sizeOfOff:LongInt;
 begin
 if MacII then
 begin
 if PixDraw then
 begin
 { * Pix Map Mak’in * }
 saveGDevice:=GetGDevice;
 maxGDevice:=GetMaxDevice(screenBits.Bounds);
 SetGDevice(maxGDevice);
 myCGrafPtr:=@myCGrafPort;
 OpenCPort(myCGrafPtr);
 theDepth:=myCGrafPtr^.portPixMap^^.pixelSize;
 with r do
 begin
 offRowBytes:=((((theDepth*(right-left))+15))DIV 16)*2;
 sizeOfOff:=LongInt(bottom-top)*offRowBytes;
 end;
 with myCGrafPtr^.portPixMap^^ do
 begin
 DisposPtr(baseAddr);
 baseAddr:=NewPtr(sizeOfOff);
 rowBytes:=offRowBytes+$8000;
 bounds:=r;
 end;
 ourCMHandle:=maxGDevice^^.gdpMap^^.pmTable;
 err:=HandToHand(handle(ourCMHandle));
 If Err<>NoErr then
 SysBeep(1);
 {$R-}
 with ourCMHandle^^ do
 begin
 for i:=0 to ctSize do
 ctTable[i].value:=i;
 transIndex:=BAND(transIndex,$7FFF);
 end;
 {$R+}
 myCGrafPtr^.portPixMap^^.pmTable:=ourCMHandle;
 bmap:=BitMapPtr(myCGrafPtr^.portPixMap^)^;
 Wbits:=BitMapPtr(CGrafPtr(DrawWindow)^.portPixMap^)^;
 SetPort(GrafPtr(myCGrafPtr));
 EraseRect(thePort^.portRect);
 SetPort(DrawWindow);
 SetGDevice(saveGDevice);
 end;
 end
 else
 begin  
 with r do
 begin
 xx := right-left;
 yy := bottom-top;
 end;
 sn := ((xx+15) div 16)*2*yy;
 with bmap do
 begin
 bounds := r;
 rowBytes := ((xx+15) div 16)*2;
 BaseAddr := NewPtr(sn);
 end;
 pb := DrawWindow^.portbits;
 SetPortBits(bmap);
 ClipRect(r);
 RectRgn(DrawWindow^.visRgn,r);
 EraseRect(r);
 SetPortBits(pb);
 ClipRect(DrawWindow^.portRect);
 RectRgn(DrawWindow^.visRgn,DrawWindow^.portRect);
 Wbits:=DrawWindow^.portbits;
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure OpenDrawWindow;{ initialize drawing window }
 var
 r :rect;
 begin
 if MacII then
 DrawWindow := GetNewCWindow(129,nil,pointer(-1))
 else
 DrawWindow := GetNewWindow(129,nil,pointer(-1));
 SetPort(DrawWindow);
 dRect := DrawWindow^.portrect;  { drawing area }
 drect.left := dRect.left + 46;  {make room for palette}
 setRect(r,0,0,576,720);
 OpenBitMap(r);
 prect := palette^^.picFrame;
 OffsetRect(prect,-prect.left,-prect.top);
 { palette bounds }
 DrawPalette;
 end;
 
 Procedure ChangeTool(NewTool:Integer);{ set a new tool }
 begin
 with LAPwBuf do
 begin
 theType := setTool;
 tool := NewTool;
 end;
 SendLap(255);
 end;
 
 Function DoSizeTool(pt:point;r:rect;cur:integer):integer;
 var
 x :integer;
 r2:rect;
 begin
 repeat
 x := (pt.v-r.top) div 2;
 if x<1 then
 x := 1
 else if x>16 then
 x := 16;
 if x<>cur then
 begin
 SetRect(r2,r.left,r.top+(cur-1)*2,r.right,r.top+cur*2);
 InvertRect(r2);
 cur := x;
 SetRect(r2,r.left,r.top+(cur-1)*2,r.right,r.top+cur*2);
 InvertRect(r2);
 end;
 GetMouse(pt);
 until MyGetNextEvent(mUpMask,myEvent);
 DoSizeTool := cur;
 end;
 
 procedure PatternEditor(VAR myPat:Pattern);
 var
 dlg    : DialogPtr;
 aPat   : Pattern;
 myEvent: EventRecord;
 done   : Boolean;
 draw   : Boolean;
 dh,dv  : Integer;
 patRect: Rect;
 patEdit: Rect;
 tRect  : Rect;
 savePort : GrafPtr;
 
 function GetBitRect(index:Integer):Rect;
 begin
 dh:=(index mod 8)*10;
 dv:=(index Div 8)*10;
 with tRect do
 begin
 left:=patEdit.left+dh;
 right:=left+10;
 top:=patEdit.top+dv;
 bottom:=top+10;
 end;
 InsetRect(tRect,1,1);
 GetBitRect:=tRect;
 end;
 
 procedure InitPatBits;
 var
 i :  Integer;
 begin
 for i:=0 to 63 do
 if BitTst(@aPat,i)
 then
 FillRect(GetBitRect(i),Black)
 else
 FillRect(GetBitRect(i),White);
 end;
 
 function GetBitPos(pt:point):integer;
 begin
 dh:=pt.h-patEdit.left;
 dh:=dh div 10;
 dv:=pt.v-patEdit.top;
 dv:=dv div 10;
 GetBitPos:=dv*8+dh;
 end;
 
 procedure EditPatClick(pt:point;firstOne:Boolean);
 var
 index  : integer;
 begin
 index:=GetBitPos(pt);
 if firstOne then
 begin
 if BitTst(@aPat,index)
 then
 draw:=false
 else
 draw:=true;
 end;
 if draw
 then
 begin
 FillRect(GetBitRect(index),Black);
 BitSet(@aPat,index);
 end
 else
 begin
 FillRect(GetBitRect(index),White);
 BitClr(@aPat,index);
 end;
 FillRect(patRect,aPat);
 end;
 
 begin
 GetPort(savePort);
 aPat:=myPat;
 dlg:=GetNewDialog(1000,Nil,Pointer(-1));
 HiliteButton(dlg);
 done:=false;
 GetDItem(dlg,3,iType,iTem,patEdit);
 tRect:=patEdit;
 InsetRect(tRect,-1,-1);
 FrameRect(tRect);
 GetDItem(dlg,4,iType,iTem,patRect);
 tRect:=patRect;
 InsetRect(tRect,-1,-1);
 FrameRect(tRect);
 FillRect(patRect,aPat);
 InitPatBits;
 Repeat
 CheckQueue;
 If MyGetNextEvent(everyEvent,myEvent) then
 If isDialogEvent(myEvent) then
 if DialogSelect(myEvent,myWindow,itemHit) then
 Case itemHit of
 Ok,Cancel:Done:=True;
 3:
 with myEvent do
 begin
 GlobalToLocal(where);
 EditPatClick(where,true);
 Repeat
 GetMouse(where);
 if PtInRect(where,patEdit) then
 EditPatClick(where,false);
 CheckQueue;
 Until Not StillDown;
 end;
 end;{Case}
 Until done;
 if ItemHit=Ok then
 myPat:=aPat;
 DisposDialog(dlg);
 SetPort(savePort);
 end;
 
 Procedure SetupCursor;
 var
 savebits,bm:bitmap;
 r :rect;
 begin
 with UT[0] do
 case theTool of
 Tbrush:if MacII then
 begin
 SetCursor(arrow); { * For now, manipulate color cursor * }
 end
 else
 begin
 SetRect(bm.bounds,0,0,16,16);
 bm.baseAddr := @theCurs;
 bm.rowBytes := 2;
 saveBits := drawWindow^.portbits;
 SetPortBits(bm);
 EraseRect(bm.bounds);
 with UT[0] do
 SetRect(r,0,0,hSize,vSize);
 FillRect(r,black);
 SetPortBits(saveBits);
 SetCursor(theCurs);
 end;
 TSplatter: SetCursor(theSprayer^^);
 Tletters:SetCursor(GetCursor(iBeamCursor)^^);
 Terase:if MacII then
 begin
 SetCursor(arrow); { * For now, manipulate color cursor *}
 end
 else
 begin
 SetRect(bm.bounds,0,0,16,16);
 bm.baseAddr := @theECurs;
 bm.rowBytes := 2;
 saveBits := drawWindow^.portbits;
 SetPortBits(bm);
 FillRect(bm.bounds,white);
 with UT[0] do
 SetRect(r,0,0,hSize,vSize);
 FrameRect(r);
 bm.baseAddr := @theECurs.mask;
 EraseRect(bm.bounds);
 FillRect(r,black);
 SetPortBits(saveBits);
 SetCursor(theECurs);
 end;
 Trect..Tfoval:  SetCursor(GetCursor(crossCursor)^^);
 end;
 updateCurs := false;
 end;
 
 Procedure FixCursor;{ handle cursor updating }
 var
 pt:point;
 begin
 If windowPeek(FrontWindow)^.windowKind>-1 then
 begin
 GetMouse(pt);
 if (PtInRect(pt,dRect) and arrowCurs) or updateCurs then
 begin
 SetupCursor;
 arrowCurs := false;
 end
 else if (not PtInRect(pt,dRect)) and (not arrowCurs) then
 begin
 SetCursor(arrow);
 arrowCurs := true;
 end;
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure SavePic(saveas:boolean);{ save file }
 var
 where  :point;
 reply  :SFReply;
 err    :integer;
 ar,dr  :packed array [0..75] of byte;
 n,l    :longint;
 i,j,ref:integer;
 r,rr   :rect;
 bm:bitmap;
 srcPtr :ptr;
 dstPtr :ptr;
 h :handle;
 s :str255;
 
 procedure ChkErr;
 begin
 if err <> 0 then
 DoErr(err);
 end;
 
 begin
 if not saved then
 saveas := true;
 if saveas then
 begin
 SetPt(where,50,50);
 GetWTitle(drawWindow,s);
 SFPutFile(where,’Save document as:’,s,@idleFilter,reply);
 BeginUpdate(DrawWindow);
 DrawContents;
 DrawPalette;
 EndUpdate(DrawWindow);
 end
 else
 with reply do
 begin
 good := true;
 GetWTitle(drawWindow,s);
 fname := s;
 vRefNum := fVref;
 end;
 if reply.good then
 begin
 err := SetVol(nil,reply.vRefNum);
 ChkErr;
 if saveas then
 begin
 err := FSDelete(reply.fname,reply.vRefnum);
 if (err<>noErr) and (err<>fnfErr) then
 ChkErr;
 err := Create(reply.fname,reply.vRefnum,’JPNT’,’PNTG’);
 ChkErr;
 end;
 err := FSOpen(reply.fname,reply.vrefnum,ref);
 ChkErr;
 if saveas then
 begin
 err := SetEOF(ref,512);
 ChkErr;
 err := SetFPos(ref,fsFromStart,0);
 ChkErr;
 l := 0;
 n := 4;
 err := FSWrite(ref,n,@l);{write version # 0}
 ChkErr;
 end;
 err := SetFPos(ref,fsFromStart,512);
 ChkErr;
 with bm do
 begin
 SetRect(bounds,0,0,72*8,1);
 baseAddr := @ar;
 rowbytes := 72;
 end;
 SetRect(rr,0,0,576,1);
 for i := 0 to 719 do
 begin
 setRect(r,0,i,576,i+1);
 CopyBits(bmap,bm,r,rr,SrcCopy,nil);
 srcPtr := @ar;
 dstPtr := @dr;
 PackBits(srcPtr,dstPtr,72);
 n := ord(dstPtr)-ord(@dr);
 err := FSWrite(ref,n,@dr);
 ChkErr;
 CheckQueue;
 end;
 err := FSClose(ref);
 ChkErr;
 SetWTitle(drawWindow,reply.fname);
 fVref := reply.vRefnum;
 changed := false;
 saved := true;
 end;
 end;
 
 Function MySaveProc(dlg:DialogPtr;Var theEvent:EventRecord;VAR IH:Integer):Boolean;
 begin
 SetUpA5;
 MySaveProc:=false;
 CheckQueue;
 RestoreA5;
 end;
 
 Function Continue:Boolean;
 var
 choice : Integer;
 begin
 Continue:=true;
 If changed then
 begin
 choice:=NoteAlert(2000,@MySaveProc);
 Case Choice of
 2:begin
 SavePic(false);
 If changed then
 Continue:=false;
 end;
 3:Continue:=false;
 end;
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure LoadPic;{ load picture }
 var
 where  :point;
 reply  :SFReply;
 err    :integer;
 ar:packed array [0..75] of byte;
 n :longint;
 i,j,ref:integer;
 r,rr   :rect;
 bm:bitmap;
 srcPtr,p :ptr;
 dstPtr :ptr;
 typeList :SFTypeList;

 procedure ChkErr;
 begin
 if err <> 0 then
 DoErr(err);
 end;
 
 begin
 If not Continue then
 exit(LoadPic);
 SetPt(where,80,50);
 typeList[0] := ‘PNTG’;
 SFGetFile(where,’Open document:’,nil,1,typelist,@idleFilter,reply);
 if reply.good then
 begin
 BeginUpdate(DrawWindow);
 DrawContents;
 DrawPalette;
 EndUpdate(DrawWindow);
 err := SetVol(nil,reply.vRefNum);
 ChkErr;
 err := FSOpen(reply.fname,reply.vrefnum,ref);
 ChkErr;
 err := SetFPos(ref,fsFromStart,512);
 ChkErr;
 with bm do
 begin
 SetRect(bounds,0,0,72*8,1);
 baseAddr := @ar;
 rowbytes := 72;
 end;
 err := GetEOF(ref,n);
 ChkErr;
 n := n-512;
 p := NewPtr(n);
 srcPtr := p;
 err := FSRead(ref,n,srcPtr);
 ChkErr;
 SetRect(rr,0,0,576,1);
 for i := 0 to 719 do
 begin
 dstPtr := @ar;
 UnPackBits(srcPtr,dstPtr,72);
 setRect(r,0,i,576,i+1);
 CopyBits(bm,bmap,rr,r,SrcCopy,nil);
 CheckQueue;
 end;
 disposPtr(p);
 err := FSClose(ref);
 ChkErr;
 SetWTitle(drawWindow,reply.fname);
 fVref := reply.vRefnum;
 changed := false;
 saved := true;
 InvalRect(drect);
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure FadeIn(r:rect;pat:pattern);
 var
 v,h,x,i,n:longint;
 begin
 pennormal;
 penpat(pat);
 with r do
 begin
 v := bottom-top;
 h := right-left;
 for x := 1 to h do
 begin
 n := (x*v) div h;
 for i := 1 to n do
 begin
 moveto(x+left,top+(i*v) div n);
 line(0,0);
 end;
 end;
 end;
 end;

 Procedure FadeOut(r:rect;pat:pattern);
 var
 v,h,x,i,n:longint;
 begin
 pennormal;
 penpat(pat);
 with r do
 begin
 v := bottom-top;
 h := right-left;
 for x := 1 to h do
 begin
 n := ((h-x)*v) div h;
 for i := 1 to n do
 begin
 moveto(x+left,top+(i*v) div n);
 line(0,0);
 end;
 end;
 end;
 end;

 Procedure FadeInto(r:rect;inPat,outPat:pattern);
 begin
 SysBeep(1);
 end;

 Procedure PastePicture;
 var
 PPHdl  : Handle;{ * Paste Picture handle * }
 PTHdl  : Handle;{ * Paste TEXT handle * }
 Sclen  : Longint;
 offset : Longint;
 anEvent: EventRecord;
 PicRect: Rect;
 err    : Longint;
 info   : FontInfo;
 TEXTStr: Str255;
 TBox   : Rect;
 begin
 err:=LoadScrap;
 PPHdl:=NewHandle(0);
 Sclen:=GetScrap(PPHdl,’PICT’,offset);
 If Sclen<0 then
 begin
 PTHdl:=NewHandle(0);
 Sclen:=GetScrap(PTHdl,’TEXT’,offset);
 If Sclen>-1 then
 begin
 GetFontInfo(info);
 GetiText(PTHdl,TEXTStr);
 with DrawWindow^.portRect,info do
 SetRect(TBox,left,top,left+StringWidth(TEXTStr)+1,top+ascent+descent+leading);
 HLock(PTHdl);
 PPHdl:=Handle(OpenPicture(TBox));
 TextBox(PTHdl^,Sclen,TBox,teJustLeft);
 ClosePicture;
 HunLock(PTHdl);
 end;
 DisposHandle(PTHdl);
 end;
 If Sclen>-1 then
 begin
 SetCursor(ThePlacer^^);
 Repeat
 CheckQueue;
 Until MyGetNextEvent(mDownmask,anEvent);
 with anEvent do
 begin
 GlobalToLocal(where);
 If (what=mouseDown) & (PtinRect(where,DrawWindow^.portRect) & not (PtInRect(where,prect))) 
then
 with PicHandle(PPHdl)^^.picFrame,where do
 begin
 ClipRect(dRect);
 SetRect(PicRect,h,v,h+(right-left),v+(bottom-top));
 DrawPicture(PicHandle(PPHdl),PicRect);
 OffBits;
 DrawPicture(PicHandle(PPHdl),PicRect);
 OnBits;
 ClipRect(DrawWindow^.portRect);
 end;
 end;
 updateCurs:=true;
 end;
 DisposHandle(PPHdl);
 end;
 
 Procedure ResizeSprayKan;
 var
 ResizeBox: Rect;
 CircleBox: Rect;
 savePort : GrafPtr;
 pt:  Point;
 tStr   : Str255;
 x,y    : Integer;
 newRad : Integer;
 newSpeed : Integer;
 sr:  Integer; { * Save radius * }
 
 procedure ShowSize(where:Point);
 var
 dx,dy,dd : Integer;
 begin
 with where do
 begin
 dx:=abs(x-h);
 dy:=abs(y-v);
 end;
 If dx>dy
 then
 dd:=dx
 else
 dd:=dy;
 If dd<sr then
 EraseRect(ResizeBox);
 sr:=dd;
 SetRect(CircleBox,x-dd,y-dd,x+dd,y+dd);
 FillOval(CircleBox,Black);
 newRad:=dd;
 end;
 
 begin
 GetPort(savePort);
 Dlg:=GetNewDialog(1001,Nil,Pointer(-1));
 HiliteButton(Dlg);
 SetCursor(theSizer^^);
 newRad:=UT[0].splatRad;
 PenNormal;
 GetDItem(Dlg,5,iType,iTem,Box);
 newSpeed:=UT[0].splatSpeed;
 SetiText(iTem,Str(newSpeed));
 SeliText(Dlg,5,0,255);
 GetDItem(Dlg,3,iType,iTem,Box);
 ResizeBox:=Box;
 InsetRect(Box,-1,-1);
 FrameRect(Box);
 sr:=newRad;
 with ResizeBox do
 begin
 x:=left+(right-left) Div 2;
 y:=top+(bottom-top) Div 2;
 SetRect(CircleBox,x-sr,y-sr,x+sr,y+sr);
 end;
 FillOval(CircleBox,Black);
 ItemHit:=0;
 Repeat
 CheckQueue;
 If MyGetNextEvent(everyEvent,myEvent) then
 If isDialogEvent(myEvent) then
 if DialogSelect(myEvent,Dlg,itemHit) then
 Case itemHit of
 ok:  begin
 GetDItem(Dlg,5,iType,iTem,Box);
 GetiText(iTem,tStr);
 newSpeed:=Val(tStr);
 If newSpeed<1
 then
 begin
 SysBeep(1);
 newSpeed:=1;
 end
 else if newSpeed>255 then
 begin
 SysBeep(1);
 newSpeed:=255;
 end;
 end;
 3:with myEvent do
 begin
 GlobalToLocal(where);
 pt:=where;
 ShowSize(where);
 Repeat
 GetMouse(where);
 If PtinRect(where,ResizeBox) then
 If longInt(where)<>longInt(pt) then
 begin
 ShowSize(where);
 pt:=where;
 end;
 CheckQueue;
 Until Not StillDown;
 end;
 end; { case }
 Until ItemHit in [ok,cancel];
 If ItemHit=ok then
 begin
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setSplat;
 sRad := newRad;
 sSpeed := newSpeed;
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 end;
 DisposDialog(Dlg);
 SetPort(savePort);
 end;
 
 Procedure ToolClick(pt:point);
 var
 i,a,h,v:integer;
 dblClick :boolean;
 where  :point;
 outColor :RGBColor;
 begin
 dblClick := (TickCount-clickTime<GetDblTime);     { possible double 
click? }
 clickTime := TickCount;
 a := 0;
 for i := 1 to 20 do
 if ptInRect(pt,toolRects[i]) then
 begin
 a := i;
 leave;
 end;
 dblClick:=(a=lastTool) and dblClick;
 if a>0 then
 begin
 lastTool := a;
 case a of
 1:begin{ spray can }
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := paintMode;
 mode := not UT[0].theMode;
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 PenMode(PatXOR);
 PenPat(ltgray);
 PaintRect(toolRects[Tspray]);
 PenNormal;
 end;
 2..9:  if dblClick then
 case a of
 TErase:begin
 LAPwbuf.theType := eraseall;
 SendLAP(255);
 end;
 TSplatter:
 ResizeSprayKan;
 end
 else
 with UT[0] do { Handle new tools }
 if theTool<>a then
 begin
 InvertRect(ToolRects[theTool]);
 InvertRect(ToolRects[a]);
 ChangeTool(a);
 end;
 10:  begin { disk icon }
 end;
 11,12: if (PatternsUp<>(a=11)) and MacII then
 { pattern/color switch }
 begin  
 PenMode(PatXOR);
 PenPat(ltgray);
 PaintRect(toolRects[Tpat]);
 PaintRect(toolRects[Tcolor]);
 PenNormal;
 PatternsUp := not PatternsUp;
 if PatternsUp then
 DisplayPatterns
 else
 DisplayColors;
 end
 else if PatternsUp<>(a=11) then
 sysbeep(1);
 13..20:if dblClick then
 begin
 if patternsUp then
 begin  
 PatternEditor(thePatterns[a-12]);
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setpat;
 pat := thePatterns[a-12];
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 curPat := a-12;
 DisplayPatterns;
 end
 else
 begin
 { color picker }
 SetPt(where,0,0);
 { * The color picker will center itself * }
 if GetColor(where,’Set Pallete color to:’,theColors[a-12],outColor) 
then
 begin
 theColors[a-12]:=outColor;
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setcolor;
 clr := outColor;
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 end;
 curColor := a-12;
 DisplayColors;
 end;
 end
 else   { single click }
 begin
 if PatternsUp and (curPat<>a-12) then { pattern/color selection }
 begin
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setpat;
 pat := thePatterns[a-12];
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 curPat := a-12;
 FillRect(curPatRect,thePatterns[curPat]);
 end
 else if not(patternsUp) and (curColor<>a-12) then
 begin
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setcolor;
 clr := theColors[a-12];
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 curColor := a-12;
 RGBForeColor(theColors[curColor]);
 PaintRect(curPatRect);
 end;
 end;
 end;
 updateCurs := true;
 end
 else if PtInRect(pt,hSizeRect) then
 begin
 v := UT[0].vSize;
 h := DoSizeTool(pt,hSizeRect,UT[0].hSize);
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setPen;
 px := h;
 py := v;
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 updateCurs:=true;
 end
 else if PtInRect(pt,vSizeRect) then
 begin
 h := UT[0].hSize;
 v := DoSizeTool(pt,vSizeRect,UT[0].vSize);
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setPen;
 px := h;
 py := v;
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 updateCurs := true;
 end;
 end;
 
 Function Sgn(i:integer):integer;
 begin
 if i<0 then
 sgn := -1
 else if i>0 then
 sgn := 1
 else
 sgn := 0;
 end;
 
 Procedure MakeRect(pt1:point);
 var
 LastPt,pt:point;
 x,y    :integer;
 dx,dy  :integer;
 r :rect;
 begin
 lastPt := pt1;
 with pt1 do
 begin
 x := h;
 y := v;
 end;
 Repeat
 GetMouse(Pt);
 if pt.h>drect.right then {pin mouse inside drect}
 pt.h := drect.right
 else if pt.h<drect.left then
 pt.h := drect.left;
 if pt.v>drect.bottom then
 pt.v := drect.bottom
 else if pt.v<drect.top then
 pt.v := drect.top;
 if longint(LastPt)<>longint(pt) then{ mouse moved } { NOTE: this is 
faster than EqualPt }
 begin
 { -- erase old rect -- }
 SetRect(r,x,y,LastPt.h,LastPt.v);
 if x>LastPt.h then
 begin
 r.left := LastPt.h;
 r.right := x;
 end;
 if y>LastPt.v then
 begin
 r.top := LastPt.v;
 r.bottom := y;
 end;
 CopyBits(bmap,Wbits,r,r,srcCopy,nil); { flicker-matic quick fix }
 { -- check for shift constraint -- }
 if bitAnd(mods,shiftKey)<>0 then
 begin
 dx := abs(pt.h-pt1.h);
 dy := abs(pt.v-pt1.v);
 if dy<dx then
 pt.h := pt1.h + dy*sgn(pt.h-pt1.h)
 else
 pt.v := pt1.v + dx*sgn(pt.v-pt1.v);
 end;
 { -- calculate new rect -- }
 SetRect(r,x,y,pt.h,pt.v);
 if x>pt.h then
 begin
 r.left := pt.h;
 r.right := x;
 end;
 if y>pt.v then
 begin
 r.top := pt.v;
 r.bottom := y;
 end;
 { -- fix mistakes -- }
 with UT[0] do   
 { set my user state cuz checkqueue screws it up }
 begin
 PenPat(thePat);
 if MacII then
 RGBForeColor(theClr);
 PenSize(hSize,vSize);
 end;
 { -- draw rect -- }
 case UT[0].theTool of
 TRect: begin
 if bitAnd(mods,optionKey)=0 then
 PenPat(black);
 FrameRect(r);
 end;
 TFRect:begin
 PaintRect(r);
 if bitAnd(mods,optionKey)=0 then
 begin
 PenPat(black);
 FrameRect(r);
 end;
 end;
 TOval: begin
 if bitAnd(mods,optionKey)=0 then
 PenPat(black);
 FrameOval(r);
 end;
 TFOval:begin
 PaintOval(r);
 if bitAnd(mods,optionKey)=0 then
 begin
 PenPat(black);
 FrameOval(r);
 end;
 end;
 end;
 end;
 LastPt := pt;
 CheckQueue;
 Until MyGetNextEvent(mupmask,myEvent);
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := rectpck; { send rectpck packet }
 rct := r;
 optDown := (bitAnd(mods,optionKey)<>0);
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 { send message to everyone }
 end;
 
 Procedure MasterClick(pt:Point);{mouseDown our window}
 var
 LastPt :Point;
 dx,dy  :integer;
 mypart :integer;
 begin
 { * If a DA then get of of here * }
 if windowPeek(FrontWindow)^.windowKind<0 then
 exit(MasterClick);
 if PtInRect(pt,prect) then { click in palette }
 ToolClick(pt)
 else
 begin
 if UT[0].theTool in [TRect..TFOval] then
 MakeRect(pt)
 else
 begin
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setpos;{ send setpos packet }
 mx := pt.h;
 my := pt.v;
 end;
 SendLAP(255); {send setpos packet to everyone}
 Repeat
 GetMouse(Pt);
 if pt.h>drect.right then { pin mouse inside drect }
 pt.h := drect.right
 else if pt.h<drect.left then
 pt.h := drect.left;
 if pt.v>drect.bottom then
 pt.v := drect.bottom
 else if pt.v<drect.top then
 pt.v := drect.top;
 if (longint(LastPt)<>longint(Pt)) | (UT[0].TheTool=Tsplatter) then
 { mouse moved } { NOTE: this is faster than EqualPt }
 begin
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := drag;{send drag packet}
 cx := pt.h;
 cy := pt.v;
 end;
 SendLAP(255); {send message to everyone}
 LastPt := Pt;
 end;
 CheckQueue;
 Until MyGetNextEvent(mupmask,myevent);
 end;
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure MasterKey(theChar:char);
 begin
 if UT[0].theTool = Tletters then
 if theChar>=’ ‘ then
 begin
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := alpha;
 ch := theChar;
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure ChangeFont;
 var
 s :str255;
 i :integer;
 begin
 CheckItem(myMenus[fontMenu],theFontidx,false);
 theFontidx:=theItem;
 GetItem(mymenus[fontMenu],theItem,s);
 GetFNum(s,theItem);
 CheckItem(myMenus[fontMenu],theFontidx,true);
 with UT[0] do
 if theItem<>theFNum then
 begin
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setfont;
 fnum := theItem;
 fsize := theFSize;
 fstyl := theFstyle;
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 end;
 for i:=1 to 9 do
 begin
 GetItem(myMenus[sizeMenu],i,s);
 if RealFont(theItem,Val(s))
 then
 SetItemStyle(myMenus[sizeMenu],i,[Outline])
 else
 SetItemStyle(myMenus[sizeMenu],i,[]);
 end;
 end;
 
 procedure ChangeStyle;
 const
 plainItem= 1;
 var
 markChar :char;
 StyleArray :packed array [1..7] of styleitem;
 i :integer;
 CStyle :style;
 begin
 CStyle:=UT[0].theFStyle;
 StyleArray[1]:=Bold;
 StyleArray[2]:=Italic;
 StyleArray[3]:=Underline;
 StyleArray[4]:=Outline;
 StyleArray[5]:=Shadow;
 StyleArray[6]:=Extend;
 StyleArray[7]:=Condense;
 If theitem=plainItem then
 begin
 CheckItem(myMenus[styleMenu],1,true);
 for i:=2 to 8 do
 CheckItem(myMenus[styleMenu],i,false);
 CStyle:=[];
 end
 else
 begin
 CheckItem(myMenus[styleMenu],1,false);
 GetItemMark(myMenus[styleMenu],theitem,markChar);
 If markChar=chr(noMark) then
 begin
 CStyle:=CStyle+[StyleArray[theitem-1]];
 CheckItem(myMenus[styleMenu],theitem,True);
 end
 else
 begin
 CheckItem(myMenus[styleMenu],theitem,false);
 CStyle:=CStyle-[StyleArray[theitem-1]];
 If CStyle=[] then
 CheckItem(myMenus[styleMenu],1,true);
 end;
 end;
 if CStyle<>UT[0].theFStyle then
 begin
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setfont;
 with UT[0] do
 begin
 fNum := theFNum;
 fSize := theFSize;
 fStyl := CStyle;
 end;
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 end;
 end;

 Procedure ChangeSize;
 var
 s :str255;
 begin
 if theSizeidx<>theItem then
 begin
 CheckItem(myMenus[sizeMenu],theSizeidx,false);
 CheckItem(myMenus[sizeMenu],theItem,true);
 theSizeidx:=theItem;
 GetItem(mymenus[sizeMenu],theItem,s);
 theItem:=Val(s);
 with UT[0] do
 begin
 with LAPwbuf do
 begin
 theType := setfont;
 fnum := theFNum;
 fsize := theItem;
 fstyl := theFstyle;
 end;
 SendLAP(255);
 end;
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure DrawContents;  { redraw drawing }
 begin
 SetPort(DrawWindow);
 CopyBits(bmap,wbits,drect,drect,SrcCopy,Nil);
 end;
 
 Procedure PrintPic; { print a document }
 var
 GetOutEh : Boolean;
 temphPrint :  THPrint;
 err    : OSErr;
 savePort : GrafPtr;
 myPrPort : TPPrPort;
 myStRec: TPrStatus;
 i :  Integer;
 begin
 temphPrint:=hPrint;
 err:=HandToHand(handle(temphPrint));
 if Err<>NoErr then
 begin
 SysBeep(1);
 exit(PrintPic);
 end;
 PrOpen;
 if PrJobDialog(temphPrint)
 then
 begin
 GetOutEh:=false;
 DisposHandle(handle(hPrint));
 If MemError<>NoErr then
 SysBeep(1);
 hPrint:=temphPrint;
 err:=HandToHand(handle(hPrint));
 If Err<>NoErr then
 begin
 SysBeep(1);
 GetOutEh:=true;
 end;
 end
 else
 GetOutEh:=true;
 PrClose;
 DisposHandle(handle(temphPrint));
 if GetOutEh then
 exit(PrintPic);
 BeginUpdate(DrawWindow);
 DrawContents;
 DrawPalette;
 EndUpdate(DrawWindow);
 GetPort(savePort);
 for i:=1 to hPrint^^.PrJob.iCopies do
 begin
 PrOpen;
 If PrError=noErr then
 begin
 myPrPort:=PrOpenDoc(hPrint,Nil,Nil);
 If PrError=noErr then
 begin
 PrOpenPage(myPrPort,Nil);
 If PrError=noErr then
 CopyBits(bmap,myPrPort^.gPort.portBits,bmap.bounds,bmap.bounds,SrcCopy,Nil);
 PrClosePage(myPrPort);
 end;
 end;
 If PrError=noErr then
 PrCloseDoc(myPrPort);
 If (hPrint^^.prJob.bjDocLoop=bSpoolLoop) and (PrError=NoErr) then
 PrPicFile(hPrint,Nil,Nil,Nil,myStRec);
 PrClose;
 end;
 SetPort(savePort);
 end;
 
 Procedure DoMyUpdate;
 var
 savePort :grafPtr;
 tempWindow :windowPtr;
 begin
 tempWindow:=WindowPtr(myEvent.message);
 GetPort(savePort);
 SetPort(tempWindow);
 BeginUpdate(tempWindow);
 if tempWindow=DrawWindow then
 begin
 DrawContents;

 DrawPalette;
 end;
 EndUpdate(tempWindow);
 SetPort(savePort);
 end;
 
 Procedure DoJamAbout;
 const
 picID  = 999;
 var
 AboutWindow:  WindowPtr;
 AboutPict: PicHandle;
 AboutRect: Rect;
 AboutEvent :  Eventrecord;
 SavePort : GrafPtr;
 x1,y1,x2,y2:  Integer;
 begin
 GetPort(SavePort);
 AboutPict:=PicHandle(GetResource(‘PICT’,999));
 RsrcErr;
 with ScreenBits.Bounds do
 begin
 x1:=right-left;
 y1:=bottom-top;
 end;
 with AboutPict^^.picFrame do
 begin
 x2:=right-left;
 y2:=bottom-top;
 end;
 SetRect(AboutRect,1,1,x2,y2);
 AboutWindow:=NewWindow(Nil,AboutRect,’’,false,1,Pointer(-1),false,0);
 MoveWindow(AboutWindow,(x1-x2) Div 2,(y1-y2) Div 2,true);
 ShowWindow(AboutWindow);
 SetPort(AboutWindow);
 with AboutPict^^.picFrame do
 SetRect(AboutRect,0,0,right-left,bottom-top);
 DrawPicture(AboutPict,AboutRect);
 Repeat
 CheckQueue;
 Until MyGetNextEvent(mdownMask+keyDownMask+AutoKeyMask,AboutEvent);
 ReleaseResource(handle(AboutPict));
 RsrcErr;
 DisposeWindow(AboutWindow);
 SetPort(SavePort);
 end;
 
 Procedure DoCommand(mResult:longint); {menu commands}
 var
 name : Str255;
 begin
 theMenu := HiWord(mResult);
 theItem := LoWord(mResult);
 if BitAnd(myEvent.modifiers,CmdKey) <> 0 then
 HiliteMenu(theMenu);
 case theMenu of
 255:  If theItem <> 1 then
 begin
 GetItem(myMenus[appleMenu],theItem,name);
 refnum:=OpenDeskAcc(name);
 end
 else If WindowPeek(FrontWindow)^.windowKind > 0 then
 DoJamAbout
 else
 SysBeep(1);
 256: case theItem of{ main menu }
 1: LoadPic;
 2: SavePic(false);
 3: SavePic(true);
 { ------ }
 5: DoPageSetUp;
 6: PrintPic;
 { ------ }
 8: If Continue then
 doneFlag:=true;
 10:begin
 PrDebug := not PrDebug;
 if PrDebug then
 begin
 PrCtlCall(iPrDevCtl,$00010000,0,0);
 debug(‘--> Debug transcript follows’);
 end;
 end;
 end;
 257: ChangeFont;
 258: ChangeSize;
 259: ChangeStyle;
 260: case theItem of
 1: FadeIn(drawWindow^.portRect,UT[0].thePat);
 2: FadeOut(drawWindow^.portRect,UT[0].thePat);
 3: FadeInto(drawWindow^.portRect,black,white);
 end;
 end;
 HiliteMenu(0);
 end;
 
 Procedure InitTables;    { initialize User Table, Queue }
 var
 i :integer;
 begin
 with PQ do { empty queue }
 begin
 head := 0;
 tail := 0;
 end;
 with UT[0] do
 begin
 id := myNode;
 theTool := dTool; { default tool }
 theMode := dMode; { default mode }
 thePat := black;{ default pattern }
 theClr := theColors[dColor]; { default to black }
 hSize := dPen;  { default pensize }
 vSize := dPen;  { default pensize }
 theFnum := applFont;{ default text font }
 theFsize := dSize;{ default text size }
 theFstyle := dStyle;{ default text style }
 x := 100;{ somewhere on the screen }
 y := 50;
 splatSpeed := dsplatterCount;{ default speed }
 splatRad := dsplatRad;   { default radius }
 { time needs no initialization }
 end;
 for i := 1 to maxUsers do
 begin
 UT[i] := UT[0];
 UT[i].id := -1; { invalidate all users }
 end;
 end;
 
 Procedure ReadPatCol;{read patterns & colors into memory}
 var
 RGBColors:CHandle;
 i :integer;
 begin
 for i:=1 to 8 do
 GetIndPattern(thePatterns[i],128,i);RGBColors:=CHandle(GetResource(‘CLRS’,128));
 RsrcErr;
 theColors:=RGBColors^^;
 ReleaseResource(handle(RGBColors));
 RsrcErr;
 end;
 
 Procedure InitGlob; { init globals, user table, etc. }
 const
 UnImplTrapNum   = $9F;   { * Unimplemented trap * }
 WaitNextEventTrapWord    = $60;
 var
 i,j    :integer;
 Rom,Machine:integer;
 theWorld :SysEnvRec;
 begin
 { * Get the world, so to speak * }
 if SysEnvirons(1,theWorld)<>envNotPresent then
 begin
 MultiFinderRunning:=(theWorld.machineType>=0) & (NGetTrapAddress(WaitNextEventTrapWord,ToolTrap)<>NGetTrapAddress(UnImplTrapNum,ToolTrap));
 ColorQDrawImplm:=theWorld.hasColorQD;
 end
 else
 begin
 MultiFinderRunning:=false;
 ColorQDrawImplm:=false;
 end;
 Environs(Rom,Machine);
 if Machine=2
 then
 MacII:=true
 else
 MacII:=false;
 PixDraw:=false; 
 { * Controls if mac II pix map is working or not * }
 MacII:=false;
 PrDrvrOpen;
 PrDebug := false; { *** for debugging only *** }
 err := MPPOpen; { open Appletalk driver }
 if err<>noErr then
 begin
 SysBeep(1);
 exitToShell;
 end;
 err := GetNodeAddress(myNode,myNet);{ who am I? }
 if err<>noErr then
 begin
 SysBeep(1);
 exitToShell;
 end;
 err := LapOpenProtocol(OurType,nil);{ open our protocol type }
 if err<>noErr then
 begin
 SysBeep(1);
 exitToShell;
 end;
 LAPrh := ABRecHandle(newHandle(lapSize));{ handle for LAP reads }
 LAPwh := ABRecHandle(newHandle(lapSize));{ handle for LAP writes }
 HLock(handle(LAPrh));
 HLock(handle(LAPwh));
 hPrint:=THPrint(NewHandle(SizeOf(TPrint)));
 SetUpRead; { set up initial LAPRead }
 palette := PicHandle(GetResource(‘PICT’,1000));
 RsrcErr;
 jamPic := PicHandle(GetResource(‘PICT’,1001));
 RsrcErr;
 for i := 1 to 20 do
 begin
 j := (i-1) div 2;
 if odd(i) then
 SetRect(ToolRects[i],0,20*j,22,20*(j+1)-1)
 else
 SetRect(ToolRects[i],23,20*j,45,20*(j+1)-1);
 end;
 SetRect(curPatRect,3,203,42,225);
 SetRect(hSizeRect,0,231,21,266);
 SetRect(vSizeRect,23,231,44,266);
 PatternsUp := true;
 curPat := 1;
 curColor := 1;
 ReadPatCol;
 PatternsUp:=true;
 for i := 0 to 15 do
 theCurs.mask[i] := 0;
 setPt(theCurs.hotspot,0,0);
 setPt(theECurs.hotspot,0,0);
 arrowCurs := true;
 updateCurs := false;
 InitTables;
 OpenDrawWindow;
 textMode(SrcCopy);
 clickTime := 0; { set up doubleclick variables }
 lastTool := -1;
 DoneFlag := false;
 theSizeidx := 3;
 changed := false;
 theSizer:=GetCursor(1000);
 theHand:=GetCursor(1001);
 thePlacer:=GetCursor(1002);
 theSprayer:=GetCursor(1003);
 end;
 
 Procedure CleanUp;
{All of this isn’t really necessary except for closing our protocol type. 
The application heap will be flushed anyway, but we ought to set a good 
example....}
 begin
 PrDrvrClose;
 if LAPrh^^.abResult=1 then{stop LAP read if in on}
 begin
 err := LAPRdCancel(LAPrh);
 DoErr(1004);
 end;
 if not polling then
 begin
 err := VRemove(@myTask); { remove VBLTask }
 DoErr(1005);
 end;
 err := LAPCloseProtocol(OurType); {!! close protocol !!}
 DoErr(1000);
 err := MPPClose;{ close AppleTalk driver }
 DoErr(1002);
 DisposHandle(handle(LAPrh));
 DisposHandle(handle(LAPwh));
 releaseResource(handle(palette));
 RsrcErr;
 releaseResource(handle(jamPic));
 RsrcErr;
 if PixDraw
 then
 begin  
 end
 else
 DisposPtr(bmap.baseAddr);
 end;
 
 procedure _DataInit;EXTERNAL;
 begin
 UnloadSeg(@_DataInit); {* Get rid of MPW’s init code *}
 FlushEvents(everyEvent,0);
 InitGraf(@thePort);
 InitFonts;
 TEInit;
 InitWindows;
 InitDialogs(Nil);
 InitCursor;
 SetUpMenus;
 InitGlob;
 Repeat
 FixCursor;
 CheckQueue;{ something for us to do while we idle }
 if MyGetNextEvent(everyEvent,myEvent) then
 with myEvent do
 case what of
 mouseDown:
 begin
 mods := modifiers;
 code := FindWindow(where,tempWindow);
 case code of
 inMenuBar: DoCommand(MenuSelect(where));
 InSysWindow:  SystemClick(myEvent,tempWindow);
 inContent,InDrag:
 if tempWindow <> frontWindow then
 begin
 SelectWindow(tempWindow);
 SetPort(tempWindow);
 end
 else if FrontWindow=DrawWindow then
 begin
 GlobalToLocal(where);
 MasterClick(where);
 end;
 end;
 end;
 keyDown, autoKey:
 begin
 theChar := chr(BitAnd(message,255));
 if BitAnd(modifiers,CmdKey)<>0 then
 begin
 if theChar in [‘v’,’V’] then
 PastePicture
 else
 DoCommand(MenuKey(theChar))
 end
 else
 MasterKey(theChar);
 end;
 updateEvt:
 DoMyUpdate;
 activateEvt:
 if Odd(modifiers) then
 begin
 tempWindow:=WindowPtr(message);
 SetPort(tempWindow);
 If tempWindow=DrawWindow then
 begin
 updateCurs:=true;
 { * Remove Edit menu/ we don’t use it, but DAs might * }
 If FileMenuPresent then
 begin
 FileMenuPresent:=false;
 DeleteMenu(261);
 DrawMenuBar;
 end;
 end
 else
 SetCursor(arrow);
 end
 else
 begin
{ * If our about caused it then give them an Edit menu * }
 if (WindowPtr(message)=DrawWindow) & (not FileMenuPresent) & (windowPeek(FrontWindow)^.windowKind<0) 
then
 begin
 FileMenuPresent:=true;
 InsertMenu(myMenus[EditMenu],257);
 DrawMenuBar;
 end;
 end;
 end;
 Until doneflag;
 CleanUp;
 SetCursor(GetCursor(WatchCursor)^^);
 end.

Listing:  JamPaint.r
/* resources for JamPaint.p */
Type ‘JpNT’ as ‘STR ‘;
resource ‘JpNT’ (0) {“JamPaint by Edgar Circenis and Rod Magnuson -- 
Dec 28, 1987”};
resource ‘FREF’ (128) {‘APPL’, 0, “”};
resource ‘BNDL’ (128) {
 ‘JpNT’, 0, {‘ICN#’, {0, 128};’FREF’, {0, 128}}};
resource ‘MENU’ (255, “Apple”, preload) {
 255,textMenuProc,0x7FFFFFD,enabled,apple,
 { “About JamPaint”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain,
 “-”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain}};
resource ‘MENU’ (256, “File”, preload) {
 256, 0, 0x7FFFFFB7, enabled, “File”,
 { “Open ”,noicon, “O”, nomark, plain;
 “Save”,noicon, “S”, nomark, plain;
 “Save as ”,noicon, noKey, nomark, plain;
 “-”,noicon, noKey, nomark, plain;
 “Page Setup ”,noicon, nokey, nomark, plain;
 “Print ”,noicon, “P”, nomark, plain;
 “-”,noicon, noKey, nomark, plain;
 “Quit”,noicon, “Q”, nomark, plain}};
resource ‘MENU’ (257, “Font”, preload) {
 257, 0, 0x7FFFFFFF, enabled, “Font”,{}};
resource ‘MENU’ (258, “Size”, preload) {
 258,textMenuProc,allEnabled,enabled,”Size”,
 {
 “9”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain,
 “10”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain,
 “12”, noIcon, “”, check, plain,
 “14”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain,
 “18”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain,
 “24”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain,
 “36”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain,
 “48”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain,
 “72”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain}};
resource ‘MENU’ (259, “Style”, preload) {
 259, textMenuProc,allEnabled,enabled,”Style”,
 { 
 “Plain”, noIcon, “”, check, plain,
 “Bold”, noIcon, “B”, “”, 1,
 “Italic”, noIcon, “I”, “”, 2,
 “Underline”, noIcon, “U”, “”, 4,
 “Outline”, noIcon, “”, “”, 8,
 “Shadow”, noIcon, “”, “”, 16,
 “Extend”, noIcon, “”, “”, 64,
 “Condense”, noIcon, “”, “”, 32}};
resource ‘MENU’ (260, “Effects”, preload) {
 260, textMenuProc,allEnabled,enabled,”Effects”,
 { “Fade In”,noicon, noKey, nomark, plain;
 “Fade Out”,noicon, noKey, nomark, plain;
 “Fade from/to”,noicon, noKey, nomark, plain}};
\resource ‘MENU’ (261, “Edit”, preload) {
 261,textMenuProc,0x7FFFFFFC,enabled,”Edit”,
 { “Can’t Undo”, noIcon, “Z”, “”, plain,
 “-”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain,
 “Cut”, noIcon, “X”, “”, plain,
 “Copy”, noIcon, “C”, “”, plain,
 “Paste”, noIcon, “V”, “”, plain,
 “Clear”, noIcon, “”, “”, plain}};
resource ‘WIND’ (129, “Paint Window”, preload)     {
 {39,10,341,502},
 noGrowDocProc, visible, nogoaway, 0x0, “Untitled”;};
resource ‘ALRT’ (2000) {
 {78, 122, 234, 364},2000,
 { Cancel, visible, sound1,
 Cancel, visible, sound1,
 Cancel, visible, sound1,
 Cancel, visible, sound1}};
resource ‘DITL’ (2000) {
 { {112, 32, 132, 92},
 Button {enabled,”Discard”},
 {72, 32, 92, 92},
 Button {enabled,”Save”},
 {72, 136, 92, 196},
 Button {enabled,”Cancel”},
 {24, 96, 40, 200},
 StaticText {disabled,”Save changes?”}}};
resource ‘DLOG’ (1000, “Pattern Editor”) {
 {78, 148, 208, 374},
 dBoxProc,visible,noGoAway,0x0,1000,””};
resource ‘DITL’ (1000) {
 { {104, 152, 124, 212},
 Button {enabled,”Ok”},
 {104, 80, 124, 140},
 Button {enabled,”Cancel”},
 {8, 24, 88, 104},
 UserItem {enabled},
 {8, 128, 88, 208},UserItem {disabled}}};
resource ‘DLOG’ (1001, “Resize Spray Kan”) {
 {46, 98, 266, 410},
 dBoxProc,visible,noGoAway,0x0,1001,””};
resource ‘DITL’ (1001, “Resize Spray Kan”) {
 { {176, 232, 196, 292},
 Button {enabled,”OK”},
 {144, 232, 164, 292},
 Button {enabled,”Cancel”},
 {16, 16, 208, 208},
 UserItem {enabled},
 {40, 224, 56, 296},
 StaticText {disabled,”Flow Rate”},
 {70, 234, 84, 288},
 EditText {enabled,””}}};
resource ‘DLOG’ (1002, “Printing Error!”) {
 {36, 108, 80, 392},
 dBoxProc,visible,noGoAway,0x0,1002,””};
resource ‘DITL’ (1002, “Printing Error!”) {
 { {13, 37, 29, 253},
 StaticText {disabled,”An error while printing occured!”}}};
data ‘CLRS’ (128,”colors”, preload){
 $”0000 0000 0000" /* BLACK */
 $”FFFF FFFF FFFF” /* WHITE */
 $”FFFF 0000 0000" /* RED */
 $”0000 FFFF 0000" /* GREEN */
 $”0000 0000 FFFF” /* BLUE */
 $”FFFF FFFF 0000" /* YELLOW */
 $”0000 FFFF FFFF” /* TURQUOISE */
 $”FFFF 0000 FFFF” /* MAGENTA */
};
resource ‘PAT#’ (128,”Patterns”, preload) {
 {
 /* [Black] */
 $”FFFF FFFF FFFF FFFF”,
 /* [Dk Gray] */
 $”DDFF 77FF DDFF 77FF”,
 /* [Med Gray] */
 $”DD77 DD77 DD77 DD77",
 /* [Gray] */
 $”AA55 AA55 AA55 AA55",
 /* [White] */
 $”0000 0000 0000 0000",
 /* [Spot White] */
 $”8000 0800 8000 0800",
 /* [More Spots White] */
 $”8800 2200 8800 2200",
 /* [Still More Spots White] */
 $”8822 8822 8822 8822",
 /* [And Still More Spots White] */
 $”AA00 AA00 AA00 AA00"
 }
};
include “JamPaint.rsrc”;  /* additional resources */
include “JamPaint.code”;

 
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