I like RealBasic. its a great place to learn to program. That's where I started, and then took that knowledge on to learn Java. I still use RB quite a bit. Although haven't bought (or tryed) version 5 yet.<br><br>Ryan
i think i downloaded it because you mentioned it earlier today in another thread. i also noticed that version 5 was released today. not sure if i'll use it long beyond the 15 days unless i can find the time to really sit down and learn. we'll see. <br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
fart...no. this is more of a cause and effect application. it actually does something, but nothing that is worth the download. you type in a name and it returns your name in a little window. i added a macminute menu and...well, it is pretty worthless to tell you the truth, but it's a start. jonnycat, here i come. <br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
Good job Sean! My reaction was me looking for what it is supposed to do! It worked on my machine I couldn't crash it, very sturdy app Sean!! hehe<br><br>MrsJC<br><br>It's neither this or that way; it's one way or the other. It should be one direction; it could be one reflection.
When your thoughts are too expensive to ever wanna keep, sell them on eBay
i was perplexed with the size, too. applescript studio sounds great...all i need is good documentation and i can follow directions and pick up on things. i'll give applescript studio a shot.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
Loc: New Hampshire
I think you should personalize your app with this Icon -<br><br><br><br>You could become an icon in the programming world - imagine the recognition and fame you'll receive when people see you walking down the street.<br><br>
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