[Coco] I recall back in the day having an application thatallowed to program in a windows like GUI in BASIC for theCoCo! Does anyone else remember it and what was it's name?
cyberpunk at prtc.net
Mon Jan 18 23:58:52 EST 2010
Hmm... Given the quality I think it was more of a commercially available
product rather than just a listing on Rainbow Magazine. I do not recall if
it used a CoCoMax high res. adapter or something along those lines I did had
CoCo Max as well and other than the now Extinct PC PaintBrush I have yet to
see such a fine drawing program on the whole present day computer market.
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From: "Arthur Flexser" <flexser at fiu.edu>
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Subject: Re: [Coco] I recall back in the day having an application
thatallowed to program in a windows like GUI in BASIC for theCoCo! Does
anyone else remember it and what was it's name?
>I seem to vaguely recall that Rainbow published something like that in its
> later days, by Steve Bjork, possibly requiring a hi-res joystick??
> On Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 11:04 PM, RJLCyberPunk <cyberpunk at prtc.net> wrote:
>> I remember that before my Multipak crashed eons ago I had an application
>> that made Windows like GUI interface programing in BASIC for the CoCo
>> possible, I do not recall the name of the apllication though so does
>> Man what I learned in the CoCo has been invaluable as it was a machine
>> just so ahead of the curve. Many of the commands used in that program can
>> seen in Microsoft Visual Basic itself such as Event trapping and so on...
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