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The New FreeBASIC 8-Bit Palette Machine has just been releas

Postby QB News » Wed Mar 16, 2005 4:38 pm

<p align="right"><b><font size=3>March 16, 2005</font></b></p>

<p><font size=3><b>The New FreeBASIC 8-Bit Palette Machine has just been released!!</b></font></p>
<p><font size=3>With well over 100 palette routines and more, this is the FIRST-EVER FreeBASIC palette library in existence!! Please read on to find out more!</font></p>
<p>If you ever wanted to manipulate and adjust your 256-color palettes in your FreeBASIC programs like never before and then some, then this original library entitled ?The New FreeBASIC 8-Bit Palette Machine? is just your big-time ticket over here!! ^_-=b ! <br> <br>In this lib, it has such *amazing* features as: <br> <br>? Palette Fading In/Out <br>? Palette Rotation <br>? Fade/Switch to Negative Palettes <br>? Fade/Switch to Greyscale Palettes <br>? Crossfading between TWO palettes <br>? FULL support for both 768-byte palettes *and* PP256 palettes <br>? FULLY 100% COMPATIBLE with Angelo Mottola?s GFXlib 2 for FB <br>? .....and LOADS more!!! :D <br> <br>For more information and a download of the *very* latest version of this library for FB, please visit this web address: <br> <br>__________________________________________________ <br> <br>__________________________________________________ <br> <br> <br>Thanks so much, and be seeing you there!!! ^-^ <br> <br> <br> <br>WITH MY BEST AND WONDERFUL REGARDS TO YOU, <br> <br>Adigun Azikiwe Polack <br>One of the Founders of ?Aura Flow? ::: Continuing Developer of ?Frantic Journey? <br>Current Developer of ?Star Angelic Slugger? ::: Webmaster of the ?AAP Official Projects Squad? <br>Original Creator of the ?The New FreeBASIC 8-Bit Palette Machine? <br>


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