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I'm creating a GUI

I'm creating a GUI

I'm creating a GUI

Hello everyone! I'm newby in this forum so it is my first post.
I'm creating a Gui in QBasic using Future.Library. Later I want to turn it into QBasic fake os.

It's features:
* any bitdeph /resolution
* Windows XP and Windows 95 style interfaces
* Object oriented programming style
* Is pretty fast (at least I hope it is)
* All windows are updated simulatosly.

So please have a look and tell what you think about it.


RE: I'm creating a GUI

Hey man. I'm running QB 4.5 here and your GUI has errors all over the place. Are you sure its ready to fly yet? No offense or anything, I can't program for beans!


RE: I'm creating a GUI

Well look around at my webpage. Infact it will not run in QB4.5 but in QB 7.1 PDS. It's specially designed for qbasic 7.1 PDS.

RE: I'm creating a GUI

OIC, very cool. I'll need to get a hold of this new QB you speak of, I've never heard of it...


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