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Old 05-14-2022, 09:18 AM   #16
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I don't really know or need the software per se. Even though I have worked with WordStar in the past, I'd like to have a better overview than the one presented in the video or the images found on Google.
Then it'd probably be best to not reopen threads that had been closed for SEVENTEEN YEARS. And if you're interested in writing the software, you can find downloads of it easily with some Internet searches, and get your own copy.
 
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The original poster was looking for screen writing software for Linux. If you do an online search for that you will find numerous sites with information. Given that the last post in this thread was 17 years ago, I doubt the OP is watching it and I imagine a lot has changed over the years.
 
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The original poster was looking for screen writing software for Linux. If you do an online search for that you will find numerous sites with information. Given that the last post in this thread was 17 years ago, I doubt the OP is watching it and I imagine a lot has changed over the years.
LOL! Yeah. I use Trelby now (which some wonderful geeky gal forked to be python3 compatible). I have fond memories of Movie Master though.
 
  


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