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#42

Mass Picture Converter

My new little program is out and available over our repository server (HaikUDepot or Website: http://software.besly.de)

A little program to convert images using ImageMagick. Only drop your pictures or a folder to the dropzone, select a operator to convert the pictures.


#43

New version of HPKGCreator is out. You can found it on our repository server.

http://software.besly.de


#46

I have found an error in the program. This is fixed and now available.


#47

The Jump and Run Hermes is current available from our repository server (http://software.besly.de). Thanks to http://retroguru.com and the porter for this great funny little game.


#48

Is this supposed to be a Hypercard-like program? Something where users can make simple programs using a human readable syntax?
Or is this closer to WinHelp files?


#49

Helpviewer is closer to windows help files, but much better.


#50

Could it be used to make simple applications or scripts with GUIs?
It’s just that it reminds me of Hypercard so much, that was a pretty good programming tool for the novice user.


#51

Try yab now, it can be bind on the yab binary like a executeable file or run as script


#52

And have you tried yab now?


#53

Egsl and the egsl ide now online

The first game created in egsl too: 1945 shooter. More will come time by time (“by lorglas”)

Some games too, take a look

Http://software.besly.de


#55

I’m just curious, though where is the source of the apps available at Besly? Or is it a more closed source repository…


#56

Its different, some sources are closed and some open. If they are open and available i include them into the program folder (package).


#57

Some egsl games are online on our repository server :

Wallman
Brickmaster
Bubble chain
Spaces shooter
Astrorocks
Santa catch them
Barwlin
Going deep


#58

Ah, I see, thank you!


#59

I rework our very old Gobe Office Templates package in yab. I rename it to Office Tempates and add the option for other office suits.

http://software.besly.de


#60

Inspired by a discussion in the forum, I created a startup window for newcomers (Like in Linux). Here are all important information that the new user needs. In addition, this little script includes a tour of haiku with the important haiku specific things.

http://software.besly.de


#61

We have put his HiQDock onlien for hey68you. They are looking for eager testers.

https://discuss.haiku-os.org/t/hiqdock-new-dock-coming-soon/3691/32


#62

Very good idea… great work thx… lelldorin…


#63

As I mentioned in another thread, this is a really good idea. We really do need this in Haiku – badly. And I’m thankful it’s come to BeSly. However, I really wish this could land in the official Nightly (even if just as a ‘trial run’ for a few weeks, so users could test it and provide feedback to make it a polished part of the OS. :smiley:


#64

As mentioned in that other thread, it’s currently a collection of mainly the same web-links that are on the Welcome page.

I had a quick look at the Tour. It’s IMO too elaborate (maybe there should be a brain-storming thread in the forums first to identify the most important topics for newcomers) and slides are either changed too slowly or too fast, there’s no pause or going back.

I wonder, why it’s done as a yab script instead of plain HTML, maybe with a javascript slideshow if people feel it’s important to avoid pressing on a next/previous button. A set of HTML pages can be viewed online on any OS. It also hugely facilitates cooperation, best by putting everything into a github and accepting pull-requests.