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JohnFound



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Now, thanks to Privalov, the project "Fresh" have it's own home page. Of course it is very raw and small, but it will grow with the time.

http://fresh.flatassembler.net


BTW: Ah, I forget. All you know how bad is my english Smile So if you speak english better (or it is your native language.) Please forgive my mistakes and correct them. I will be highly appreciated.


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Post 17 Dec 2003, 16:58
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decard



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Hi John,

Well done! Looks nice, and.... fresh Very Happy

btw, recently I was experimenting with NSIS, so when you will think that you need an installer for Fresh, just tell me Wink
Post 17 Dec 2003, 17:22
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decard wrote:
btw, recently I was experimenting with NSIS, so when you will think that you need an installer for Fresh, just tell me Wink


Well, better experiment with InnoSetup. I like it very much.

BTW: I think now about making some package with "all in one" for assembly developement: Help files, libraries, etc. But at least Fresh needs to become in alpha stage or even beta tor this.

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Post 17 Dec 2003, 17:34
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Betov



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Dispiting the constant refuse of Thomasz to have a link to RosAsm, and dispiting the complete lack of a Link section in Fresh project Pages [Shame on you, John... Very Happy ], link added at:

< http://betov.free.fr/Links.html >


Betov.
Post 17 Dec 2003, 18:00
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JohnFound



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Thank you Betov.
There will be Links page. Maybe after few days.

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Post 17 Dec 2003, 18:43
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Blag



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Well....it seems that my logo doesn't won Crying or Very sad .....But it's Ok....you make a good choice Razz I like the HomePage, nice start Very Happy

Anyway....later tonight i'm going to put a link in my homepage, so i'm gonna make a post, as soon as i put it.

My english is bad too.....so i can't help you with that Rolling Eyes

Keep on the good work Fresh Team! and let Fresh to be the IDE of choice!!! Twisted Evil

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Post 17 Dec 2003, 19:07
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Blag wrote:
Well....it seems that my logo doesn't won Crying or Very sad .....But it's Ok....you make a good choice Razz I like the HomePage, nice start Very Happy


Hi Blag. It was not a real competition. It was something like brain-storm, team work. And it succeeded. As you can see my logo design actually is not my - it is compilation from several works - mainly scientica's and art_sands with my little additions and it was evaluated by many other people in the forum. So, the team won. Very Happy

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Anyway....later tonight i'm going to put a link in my homepage, so i'm gonna make a post, as soon as i put it.
My english is bad too.....so i can't help you with that Rolling Eyes


Thanks

Regards.


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silkodyssey



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The website looks ok but I would prefer a darker background like what the fasm website has. Smile

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JohnFound



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silkodyssey wrote:
The website looks ok but I would prefer a darker background like what the fasm website has. Smile


Very Happy Well, I understand, you preffer the style: "classic hack" - Dark background, light monospace font and pictures with skulls and crossbones. Laughing
It's my favourite too, but you know, it is not very suitable for the name "Fresh". Wink

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Post 17 Dec 2003, 23:33
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Blag



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Ok....the link for FRESH is here.....

http://www.geocities.com/singlepathing/private/inglinks.html

I'm glad to have that link on my homepage Wink

But i think.....that maybe something more visual like and small logo, would be even better......if you have one let me know Twisted Evil

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Hi Blag. It was not a real competition. It was something like brain-storm, team work. And it succeeded. As you can see my logo design actually is not my - it is compilation from several works - mainly scientica's and art_sands with my little additions and it was evaluated by many other people in the forum. So, the team won.


You're right John.....The TEAM Won!!!!.....i was just messing around. Twisted Evil Just making some fun of it. Laughing I really love the FRESH logo!!!!! Cool

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Czubin



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Yeaaahh!!!
what else need to be said? Wink
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What about this layout (modification)? (I'm talking about the menu, the rest is just work to be done)
http://w1.364.telia.com/~u36404088/fresh/pre-processed/index.php.htm

I've made my version (written from scratch) of the already existing menu, I've added a more "realistic" button look and feel (click and see Smile).

It's just the index page (php) run througth /usr/bin/php so it's just a plain static html file with a little JavaScript (for the menu, couldn't get it to work else).

The size of the caption text need some adjustment IMO, any suggestions for propper size (curently 10pt (CSS controlled))

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Post 27 Dec 2003, 17:36
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Hi Scientica.
It's very good. Just send it to me, when you are ready.

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This time I' like some feed back on the "What's new" part, what do you think of it, is it too 'liney' ?
http://w1.364.telia.com/~u36404088/fresh/pre-processed/sofar.php.htm

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