I wasn't sure if this was the correct place to post this, if you staff feel the need to move the thread, then please do so. About a year or two ago, I wrote a simple program for windows that could read a text document full of assembly-like instructions, to display images, sorta like a primitive version of a flash player, I don't know, it was just a practice program I wrote to test my C knowledge. It was originally a program for personal use, but, seeing as I don't actually "use" it, I thought I'd share it with you guys, maybe one of you might have a valid use for it, who knows. Download And here are a few example scripts: An animation test A screen resizing test A timer/clock example Simply open a "script.txt" text document with the program, and then click "start" in the script menu to play the script. I don't expect any of you to comment, or to take any interest in this, like I said before, it's just a left over test program I was experimenting with which happens to be lying around on my HDD doing nothing. So for what it's worth, enjoy.