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    What PowerBasic can do

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    Re: What PowerBasic can do

    Duhdang!

    Having any artistic ability helps in creating software.

    All of my software looks like something from the days of DOS.

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    Yes, the gui of this app shines bright as the sun.

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    Re: What PowerBasic can do

    A new video showing latest feature. Video is low res but ... wow

    http://www.adaptivemotion.com/movies/VSTchanges.WMV

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    Re: What PowerBasic can do

    Eros, this is probably is done with lots of winapi coding or using a Flash interface library wouldn't you think? I have not gotten the new PB, so I might be totally wrong.
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    Re: What PowerBasic can do

    No. The author says it is just Power Basic and OpenGL: http://www.powerbasic.com/support/pb...ad.php?t=39645
    Amazing, isn't it?


    There have been a few people interested in the software I am working on (Panther VST) for the company I work for (Adaptive Motion).

    This software called was created for industrial machine and automation control and programming via a touch screen. The software is done using OpenGL and is completely done in PowerBASIC for Windows 9. Most the graphics and programming were done by myself. It runs off a 1.3Ghz solid state industrial computer running Windows XP Pro with a ATI Radeon 9250 Graphics card. Zipped up this software only weighs in at a (relatively speaking) tiny 4.5 MB.

    I decided to post a video and screen shots of the software in action, the video will obviously give you a better idea. Not really to show off (okay may be a little ), but more so to show PowerBASIC isn't just limited to DLLs and stereotypical Windows applications.

    Please download the video by right clicking and doing a Save Target As... The video is in WMV format and is only about 11MB. Please understand that the capturing software I used bogs down the OpenGL rendering a bit so it isn't an exact representation. It normally runs at about 30FPS.
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    Hi Res screenshots on Patrice's board:

    http://www.jose.it-berater.org/smffo...p?topic=2276.0

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    Re: What PowerBasic can do

    That is impressive, thanks for the links.
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