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Bright - program help files? Need help files! Reno msg:850395 7:30 pm on Dec 9, 2001 (gmt 0) Program: Graphics program "Bright" Created by BnDsoft Co. LTD
I downloaded this very fine graphics program a year or so ago, but failed to go online to get the help files. Now the company and their website appear to be gone.
Question: Is anyone else using "Bright"? If so, do you have the help files that you could email me as an attachment?
Would be much appreciated!
Email to: email@example.com
Brett_Tabke msg:850396 11:35 am on Dec 10, 2001 (gmt 0)
Hi Reno - welcome to the board. Bright, doesn't look like it was widely distributed.
se dumpster diving [ google.com], and I sure can't find it anywhere. I assume they were web based? Not part of the dl? The site is history. Reno msg:850397 9:17 pm on Dec 10, 2001 (gmt 0)
Thanks very much Brett for checking. "Bright" was a surprizingly good freeware graphics program that received some very favorable reviews, so I downloaded it with the intention of eventually playing with the interface, but then failed to do that quickly enough.
I like it because it allows for the creation of alpha channels, which most freeware graphics will not do. But without the help files, it is mostly learn by experimentation. Oh well...
Brett_Tabke msg:850398 11:48 pm on Dec 10, 2001 (gmt 0)
>creation of alpha channels
Very true. I was just looking for a good gfx editor for alpha channels a couple of weeks ago for
this project [ searchengineworld.com]. Alpha channel pngs are still pretty rare.
Is there a download of Bright available anywhere?
oilman msg:850399 12:34 am on Dec 11, 2001 (gmt 0)
I found a download here [ thiagocaselli.na-web.net]. Looks like someone was nice enough to offer a mirror at some point. :) seriesint msg:850400 3:10 am on Dec 11, 2001 (gmt 0)
Above link gave me a 404 and about 3 popups, might try the page before [ ...] thiagocaselli.na-web.net
yes thats donw , *shrug*
thanks Oilman, calling that a mirror umm. makes me wonder.