• Cobalt v1.0

    From Jagossel@VERT/MTLGEEK to All on Sun Jul 15 08:44:27 2018
    In my spare time, I have been developing Cobalt (my own version of an ASCII art program) on my Android phone using Magic DOSBox, FreeDOS Edit, and FreeBASIC. The goal of this application was to be an open source alternative to TheDraw and ACiDDraw and to be usable on a smart phone that can run DOSBox.

    Enjoy!

    https://github.com/jagossel/cobalt/releases/download/1.0/COBALT10.ZIP

    -jag
    Code it, Script it, Automate it!

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  • From Ragnarok@VERT/DOCKSUD to Jagossel on Thu Jul 19 15:11:00 2018
    El 15/07/18 a las 09:44, Jagossel escribi≤:
    In my spare time, I have been developing Cobalt (my own version of an ASCII art
    program) on my Android phone using Magic DOSBox, FreeDOS Edit, and FreeBASIC.
    The goal of this application was to be an open source alternative to TheDraw and ACiDDraw and to be usable on a smart phone that can run DOSBox.

    Enjoy!

    https://github.com/jagossel/cobalt/releases/download/1.0/COBALT10.ZIP

    -jag
    Code it, Script it, Automate it!

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    very goooddd!! will this possible to port to linux?
    suggestion:

    ALT+h for help and Function keys F1...F10 to insert characters and let
    number 1...9 as is.

    Saludos!

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  • From Jagossel@VERT/MTLGEEK to Ragnarok on Thu Jul 19 16:46:10 2018
    Re: Re: Cobalt v1.0
    By: Ragnarok to Jagossel on Thu Jul 19 2018 15:11:00

    El 15/07/18 a las 09:44, Jagossel escribi≤:
    In my spare time, I have been developing Cobalt (my own version of an ASCI program) on my Android phone using Magic DOSBox, FreeDOS Edit, and FreeBAS The goal of this application was to be an open source alternative to TheDr and ACiDDraw and to be usable on a smart phone that can run DOSBox.

    very goooddd!! will this possible to port to linux?

    Thanks! At the moment, I am not sure if it would be possible to port it over to Linux and get the same results.

    suggestion:

    ALT+h for help and Function keys F1...F10 to insert characters and let number 1...9 as is.

    Thanks for the suggestions. The intent was for this to be easly used on Android phones with some form of a DOSBox port and Hacker's Keyboard. I can take a look in these suggestions and see how it works.

    -jag
    Code it, Script it, Automate it!

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