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Where to find large character maker (like in DOS a while back)

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I'm looking for a screen creator, like the ones that used to be available for DOS.
You could create LARGE BLOCK CHARACTERS and screen formats that might load with a batch file.
I am trying to to create a greeting screein for Solaris and thought the DOS thing might work.
Any suggestions?
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I found a dos paint program here: http://members.cox.net/dos/graphx02.htm#bitmappaint

Let us know if you are looking for something different.
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A hefty overkill.
Way too much on the graphics end,
but believe it or not, it cannot produce a
simple 8 bit character text.
Still looking.
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