Hmmm...Certainly I could do the port, but I think we will eventually
encounter the same issue with C# .net as Visual Basic. That being not
everyone here is skilled in C# .net and not everyone has the proper
tools. Add to that Windows XP doesn't have native .net support
requiring the end users to still perform a 350 MB .net upgrade plus
add and install any third-party .net components we choose to use. This
isn't a big a problem for Win 7 users like myself since .net 4.0 is
integrated into the OS, but for legacy operating systems like XP .net
4.0 is an optional upgrade that would need to be performed in order to
be forward compatible with C# .net apps. I know a couple of people
like Jim Kitchen and Damien who refuse to perform this upgrade for
whatever reason. There may be others of a similar mind/opinion.
On 1/30/11, Ken the Crazy <kenwdow...@neo.rr.com> wrote:
> "This game will only work correctly on Windows XP. Too bad because I
> actually like the game so far."
> Thanks for that. Being a gamer yourself, I know
> that you appreciate feedback--the good as much as the critical.
> Well, if you will help me port it to C.net, I'll take the bull by the horns.
> There's still lots of work to be done with it, and I know that if we port
> it, others can work on it too, which of course was the intent.
> Ken Downey
> Blind Comfort!
> The pleasant way to experience massage!
> It's the Caring
> without the Staring!
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