Here's a drag and drop application idea that's perfect for FB^3: I'd like one that I can drag a folder full of files and the app will produce and write to disk a page of HTML with links to every file (including files nested in subfolders). --Steve When I checked my e-postbox, I found e-mail from Heather Donahue <HeatherDonahue@...> sent on 12/15/00 3:55 PM that said: > At 12:24 PM +0100 on 12/15/00, Herbie Glunder wrote: > > >> Dear Larry, >> >> just to show you what can be done with FB^3, you may take a look at >> "Herbie's Dialogs" on Staz's web page. I used a modified version of the >> Toolbox Runtime that results in very compact applications. However, be >> aware that native PPC code _always_ is more corpulent than 68k code that >> you will produce with FB II. > > Yes, it would be better to make separate 68k and PPC applications. > Fat is bad when small size is the target. > > >> With respect to D&D, I am very much interested in this topic (FB^3) >> because I shall start a little project during the X-mas holidays... > > While I can make a small app with FB^3 there are plenty of features > that aren't available with the Tech or Ultralite runtimes. > > By removing some unneeded resources and using the Rntm FBII.Incl file > I made a PPC app 192k. That's pretty big but it does allow all of > the FB syntax. > > I think someone already made a mini-runtime from the FBII runtime ( > Rntm FBII.Incl). If not maybe I'll try doing it. I would start with > the FBII runtime and remove the stuff that D&D probably wouldn't need.