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.scr editor???

Posted on 1997-07-11
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I'm looking for a scr editor.  I want to be able to output .scr files only.
I don't want to require users to have a seperate app for using my
 creations?  Have ya seen one.  Is it tough to build one?  Where would I
 start looking?

Thanks for any help.

G Myers
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CyberWolf earned 10 total points
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Hi Gary,

In fact a .scr file is just a renamed .exe file. The only way to build an executable is to use a programming language (such as Delphi, Visual Basic, C ++,...). So, the only way to build a .scr file is also to use a programming language.

See ya,

CyberWolf

P.S.: Try Delphi: It's fast,easy to use and you can learn it very quickly !!!
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The response only addressed the actual building of the .scr file in terms of programming.  I understand that this was the primary focus of the group that I asked, however, I was also searching for an app the would output scr files without necessarily having to build one myself(an editor). Thus, I deem the response acceptable, but not really useful.Thanks Anyway,Gary Myers
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