In this issue:
Text Input Boxes - Text and Background Colour by Ray Fisher
Shareware Marketing - by Eldron Gill
Notes from the Editor
Wow, this is Issue #100 of the Liberty BASIC Newsletter! It has grown and changed since its inception in April, 1999, when it was a simple 10KB text mailing. Thanks to the great community who makes it possible!
Special thanks to Eldron Gill for his incredibly informative article about shareware marketing!
Thanks also to Brent Thorn for yet another great demo. This one provides a really cool calendar tool for Liberty BASIC users!
Thanks Ray Fisher for a great article on creating custom colored text controls!
Thanks Bill Jennings, for the clever line-wrap routine!
Thanks David Connor, for adding to the scripting language from issue #98!
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