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1 Ronald Wayne Morris is a Chief Software Architect and Whistologist who designed and developed Bid Whist for Windows.
2 This screen is where you play and most of your processing is done and it shows the player's cards as they are played and the status of each bid, plays, game and sets.
3 This is the screen where you enter your bid from 4 through 7, uptown, downtown, trump or no trump.
4 This is the kitty exchange. When you are the highest bidder, you will see this screen.
5 Play your cards by left clicking, dragging and releasing on the play area or by right clicking the card of your choice.
6 This screen confirms whether or not the current bid was made and allows various tutoring and review options.
7 The deck is cut and processed in the same manner as humans do it after shuffling.
8 You save a game by entering a descriptive name.
9 You may open saved games or delete saved games. You may set your selection via the 'Game' and 'Open and Delete Games...' menus.
10 After opening a saved game, you may set the dealer here.
11 This shows all players' original hands before the kitty was exchanged. You practice via the 'Tutor', 'Show Other Players Cards' and 'All Player`s Original Hands...' menus.
12 This shows an individual player's current hand. You practice via the 'Tutor' and 'Show Other Players Cards' menus.
13 Test the kitty exchange for an individual player's hands. Simulates the highest bidder. You practice via the 'Tutor' and 'Kitty Test of Player`s Hands' menus.
14 This screen gives you a play by play view of the progress of the game.
15 This is a way to setup a game to your heart's desire. You determine who will be the dealer, which cards each player will have and what cards will be in the kitty.
16 Shows all player statistics. Indicates how you and everyone is doing as an individual and also as a team.
17 Changes the titles of all players. You may set your selections via the 'Options' and 'Set Player Titles...' menus.
18 Set the card deck to the one you wish to use. You may set random selection via the 'Options', 'Card Deck Selection' and 'Random Card Deck Selection' menus.
19 Set the screen background to the one you wish to use. You may set your selection via the 'Options' and 'Screen Background...' menus.
20 A comprehensive inventory of your computer system listing your User Information, Current OS, Monitor Device, Network, Computer Manufacturer, CPU, RAM and BIOS.
21 This Certificate displays when you have won 10 or more bids and your winning percentage is 65% or more. Not easy to acquire.
22 Bid Whist for Windows game information. Accessed via the 'Help' and 'About Bid Whist for Windows' menus.
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