... when I quit, the console printed my score and something else and then exited without letting me read it. ...
I notice the program has been changed to accomodate this by adding a "pause" on (about) line 1702, just before the "exit /b".
If you want the program to pause (or not) on exit, depending on how the program was started, here is a small change to automatically do that...
For version 1.4: At line 1702:
Find the pause
Replace it with:echo %cmdcmdline%|find /i "%~dp0"&&pause"
-or-echo %cmdcmdline%|find /i "%~dp0"&&timeout /t 6
echo %cmdcmdline%|find /i "%~dp0"&&timeout /t %exitdelay%
With this change...
If the program is started "directly" from within a command prompt window, the program will Not
pause when the program exits. You will simply be returned to the command prompt.
Otherwise, if the program is started by clicking a shortcut or clicking the ".bat" file from within Windows Explorer or from the deskop, the program Will
pause when the program exits.