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    Hello,

    I'd like to know if there is anyone willing to help me on a project. It uses DOS Graphics, the mouse, joystick (as soon as I get one), and it is based on Ambrosia Software's Escape Velocity.

    Thanx.

    KAWK

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    EV is a series of EV, EV Override, and EV Nova, EV, and EVO are both for the Mac.
    EVN is for Mac & Windows.

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    I will do consulting on this project.

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    You won't find many people wanting to program for an ancient OS.

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    True. But, I program alot on a old Pentium 166. I do not know much Windows programming. Besides, have you ever tried to program a DOS graphical program? It's really easy. It takes about max. 25 lines of code.

    Thankx.

    P.S. By the way, this isn't a professonial program. I need someone with debugging skills, mostly. Also, I have a graphics library for anyone who wants it.

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    Not sure how much help I would be but willing to give it a try.
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    > Besides, have you ever tried to program a DOS graphical program? It's really easy. It takes about max. 25 lines of code.

    This is going to be a very short program.

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    >> I need someone with debugging skills, mostly.

    To clean up the rest of your code?





    (I'm kidding, no offence meant)

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    Sheesh. Sorry. I didn't need help. It's done. I'll attach it in a few days.


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    I'd like to see it.

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    If you don't need help, why did you post here, asking for help?
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