[Etoys] A Favor
smalltalktelevision at gmail.com
Tue May 5 16:45:10 EDT 2009
Thank you for the data. I appreciate it. It's invaluable to know how others
are seeing it.
I think you may be right about the length of the copy. I'll have to think
about saying more and what to say. I kept carving things down and down, but
perhaps I've gone too far.
The TSUG's on Monday if you can make it. I know it's not exactly easy to get
to, but you've been doing a lot related to this board, perhaps you could
show these things at Northwater?
On Tue, May 5, 2009 at 1:53 AM, Milan Zimmermann <
milan.zimmermann at sympatico.ca> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> Under Host, the etoys project works with the Etoys plugin installed in
> Firefox 3 (currently 3.0.9). I see the project with a jumping ball. When
> navigating away from the page, Firefix crashes. This is a known problem.
> Probably the Squeak pluging problem rather then Firefox, but it does work
> correctly in Firefox 3.5 (currently beta).
> regarding the flash it is very good. I can understand what is hapenning.
> Maybe a few more words of introduction would be good.
> On May 4, 2009, Chris Cunnington wrote:
> > Hi
> > I'd like to ask a favor of the members of the Etoys list. I've created a
> > website project at http://www.smalltalktelevision.com
> > If you have a moment I'd like some people to visit it and go to the host
> > page. There is an Etoys project on that page. As people, I expect, have
> > Etoys plugin installed, you can tell me how its running in your browser.
> > I've got it running fine on my computers at home. I can't install the
> > plugin at a net cafe, so I'd like to know if people are seeing exactly
> > I'm seeing. I won't tell you what the project is, though you've certainly
> > seen it before. If people could post what they're seeing here, I'd
> > appreciate it.
> > I have also created a five minute Flash video at the site, video number
> > eighteen, on the lessons page. It shows how a person with or without an
> > OLPC can put an Etoys project online using Seaside. I'd also be very
> > interested in peoples' views of what that video is telling them. With
> > though, there is a catch. You'd have to register for the site's free ten
> > day trial. If you wanted to register one day and then unsubscribe with
> > PayPal the next, that'd work fine.
> > At any rate, I've created a web project with some use of Etoys, and if
> > you'd visit that'd be great. If you have better things to do, I certainly
> > understand.
> > Thanks
> > Chris
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