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improve README: add reference to Scripts, several minor improvements

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# Introduction
FPulse is a program for patch-clamp recordings. This version FPulse 3.x was build successfully for IgorPro 6.x.
FPulse is a program for patch-clamp recordings. The experimental protocols can defined through its own scripting language. A number of example scripts are are available in [FPulse Example Scripts](https://git.ist.ac.at/jonasgroup/FPulse/-/tree/master/UserIgor/FPulse/SomeDemoScripts). FPulse uses MultiClamp amplifier(s), and CED1401 data acquistion systems, and is running in top of IgorPro from Wavemetrics.
If not stated otherwise, all copyrights are with:
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Copyright (C) 2011-2021 Peter Jonas, Institute of Science and Technology, Austria
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This code is provided under the GPLv3 (see COPYING).
This code is provided under the GPLv3 license (see COPYING).
The Copyright does not apply to these files (instructions for downloading these from the vendor are shown further):
The Copyright does not apply to these files (instructions for downloading these from the vendor are shown further below):
```
.\UserIgor\XOP_Axon\FP_Mc700Tg\MultiClampBroadcastMsg.hpp
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# Installing FPulse
* Prerequisites are
- MS Windows (XP or later)
- MS Windows (7 or later)
- IgorPro 6.x
- MultiClamp 700A or 700B
- CED 1401
* Download and unzip
https://git.ist.ac.at/jonasgroup/FPulse/-/archive/master/FPulse-master.zip
* Download and unzip [FPulse (latest)](https://git.ist.ac.at/jonasgroup/FPulse/-/archive/master/FPulse-master.zip)
or use git
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in a "cmd" shell with administrative permissions.
The example scripts will be available under
```
C:\FPulse\SomeDemoScripts\
```
# Build requirements
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```
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/build/reference/i-additional-include-directories?view=msvc-160
To set this compiler option in the Visual Studio development environment
According to [this documentation](https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/build/reference/i-additional-include-directories?view=msvc-160), you need to set this compiler option in the Visual Studio development environment:
- Open the project's Property Pages dialog box. For details, see Set C++ compiler and build properties in Visual Studio.
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* Download, and install [CFS library](http://ced.co.uk/files/MS54.exe) in the default location (C:\CFS library\), and extract C:\CFS Library\CPP\CFS32.dll
* xDownload and install [Installer of MC700B](http://axograph.com/installers/MultiClamp_2_1_0_16.exe), in the default location (C:\Program Files (x86)\Molecular Devices\MultiClamp 700B Commander), and extract AxMultiClampMsg.dll from
* Download and install [Installer of MC700B](http://axograph.com/installers/MultiClamp_2_1_0_16.exe), in the default location (C:\Program Files (x86)\Molecular Devices\MultiClamp 700B Commander), and extract AxMultiClampMsg.dll from
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