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Messages - jah [ switch to compact view ]

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here's my chair of choice -
 (see attachment in previous post)http://www.swopper-uk.com/home.shtm

well ... it's actually a stool, innit !?!

I tried it for an hour or so once & loved it - you're forced, you could say, to sit with a straight back and the movement keeps your back "fit" and I found it very comfortable to boot
@ $600/€500 pricetag I'll be waiting!
bit pricey but probably worth it, really groovy!

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yeah nice guide there, firefox FTW!

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Go for purebasic lol, i keep referring Purebasic in my posts, but it rocks, it's cheap, great forums and creates small standalones *.exes

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Developer's Corner / Re: VB6 - where to go now?
« on: September 11, 2007, 01:58 AM »
Also check out PureBasic(www.purebasic.com), it's a very powerful language and Fred(the creator) is a really nice guy and same goes for the helpful community! It's cheap($99) for life time updates and has versions for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, AmigaOS ;-]
peace to you

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Basic / Re: What flavors of basic?
« on: September 11, 2007, 01:52 AM »
simple question (compounded by the above thread...)

I assume when I read basic, you mean BASIC, but the references to VB makes me wonder.

if we're talking BASIC, is there a preferred flavour??  I've been experimenting with Emergence Basic (no reason, it's free, and it was handy...), but if there's a better/preferred option I'd rather know now... 

Target, I would highly suggest you to avoid IONICWIND, their website, forums, applications because after all you get is grief! Paul Turley, the founder will keep stopping and taking back on the development.

He gave to his users numerous of excuses, for instance(and this is true) "My dog needs to go to the vets bla bla i need money if not i won't be able to work on the language"...So they did contribute...People on there are more like followers then users, so please do not pay him a dime! Maybe you could check out the following:

FreeBasic - it's free
PureBasic - it's 99bucks for life time updates(excellent language)
REALBasic - expensive and buggy
PowerBasic - a little pricey but not that bad!

I'll think of more later... :D

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Developer's Corner / Re: C++ Development: win32 or .NET?
« on: August 09, 2007, 07:54 AM »
C++ & Win32 API!
FTW!

Edit: Heres a good reference: http://www.winprog.org/tutorial/

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lol, cheap chair for 1p. but none the less probably a good chair!

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Mine cost 129euros and is well worth it as it sorted my back problem.

http://www.conforama...63/img/p111763-3.jpg

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What winamp version are you using? My class supports 2.x and 5.x (excluding 3.x), supports every aspect of winamp. So i could do a replicate that can control it, so if you PM'd me a little more detail of what you want, i'll be happy to sort it out for you.

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Living Room / Re: What's your pet's favorite toy?
« on: April 27, 2007, 12:13 PM »
Hey Mouser, we don't know eachother yet, but April showed me this topic, and i decided to code it for you to mess around with! Haha I was bored man.

This was done in C using the SDL library.
it will show in full screen, and you move the lazer around with your mouse.
also to exit, just hit the escape key!

peace to you all.

http://overdose.pnkllr.net/catchase.zip

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Nice tool April, keep up the good work!!

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yeah man, I still use ProcDump(why not? hehe), it works a treat! This forum seems to be half-dead. I'm going to help wake it up a little lol! :P

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Hey curt, sorry about that man!

-Code::Blocks
 IDE for C/C++ development
 http://www.codeblocks.org

-OllyDbg
 debugger/disassembler for win32
 http://www.ollydbg.de

-ProcDump
 Unpacker/PE editor
 no url(if someone wants it, pm me)

-RadASM
 Win32 assembler IDE
 http://www.radasm.com/

-Avast!
 Free anti virus
 http://www.avast.com

-Notepad++
 Free text editor(in my case for PHP, I use Kate on linux which is better though)
 http://notepad-plus....orge.net/uk/site.htm

-LeapFTP
 a very reliable FTP client
 http://www.leapware.com

There you go :D

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 :P
-Code::Blocks/Dev-C++
-OllyDbg
-ProcDump
-RadASM
-Avast!
-Notepad++
-LeapFTP

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Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE - Latest Release Information
« on: February 03, 2007, 04:52 PM »
Some really nice work there  :Thmbsup:

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