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by Achaean
Nov 30, 2017 0:00
Forum: Linux
Topic: GUI builder for Linux?
Replies: 16
Views: 3228

Re: GUI builder for Linux?

THANKS guys!!! ;-)

I'll look at them!
by Achaean
Nov 29, 2017 20:46
Forum: Linux
Topic: GUI builder for Linux?
Replies: 16
Views: 3228

Re: GUI builder for Linux?

What GUI toolkit are you using? I'm using QT, but not with FB. The GUI builders are toolkit specific. In the case of GTK, you would use a tool called Glade which should be in your distro's repositories. I think it will be straightforward to either install them from repositories (I'm using Debian), ...
by Achaean
Nov 29, 2017 20:03
Forum: Linux
Topic: GUI builder for Linux?
Replies: 16
Views: 3228

GUI builder for Linux?

Hi! :-)

What are the GUI builder options, for FB Linux users?
Most of them are Windows specific.
Any multiplatform or Nix targeted ones?

I found KwikGUI (from https://sourceforge.net/projects/kwikgui/), but its >6y. abandoned and it lucks any documentation or support options.

TIA! :-)
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by Achaean
Oct 31, 2017 14:30
Forum: General
Topic: Compatibility with older FB versions?
Replies: 1
Views: 259

Compatibility with older FB versions?

Hi! :-) Probably a somewhat silly question, but it confuses me and I'm going to ask it anyway! :-) How FB does in compatibility with it's older versions? I have the latest FB x64 on Linux (Debian) and Windows (10), both x64 arch. I tried to compile some older open source games (from http://games.fr...
by Achaean
Aug 03, 2017 19:18
Forum: Linux
Topic: Sound output?
Replies: 3
Views: 862

Re: Sound output?

THANKS Vanya !!! :-) I'll look at it and I'll be back! :-) Meanwhile I did some homework and to my astonishment, something messed with my Yakuake configuration, so thus the sound problem. Maybe some update or a third-party tool installation? I'm not sure but I reconfigured it and now everything wor...
by Achaean
Aug 02, 2017 16:05
Forum: Linux
Topic: Sound output?
Replies: 3
Views: 862

Sound output?

Hi! :-) How can I have sound output in FB? At Windows, I can use the BEEP command, but seems to be broken at Linux. The wiki BEEP page drives you to an old post, mostly not usable today. A forum search, reveals many articles, but most of them are Windows only and they're outdated too. So my questio...

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