[etoys-dev] script tiles in Greek problem

kharness at illinois.edu kharness at illinois.edu
Thu Mar 25 08:32:30 EDT 2010

Thanks, I will include the SqueakDebug.log in the future.

Automatic bug reporting would be an excellent idea. 

---- Original message ----
>Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2010 10:25:15 +0100
>From: Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>  
>Subject: Re: [etoys-dev] script tiles in Greek problem  
>To: <kharness at illinois.edu>
>Cc: etoys-dev at squeakland.org
>On 25.03.2010, at 02:48, <kharness at illinois.edu> wrote:
>> Hi, 
>> I selected Greek as the language.
>> I dragged out a rectangle from Supplies, dragged out a script tile and dropped it but, it did not turn into a tile in a scriptor. It did provide an error message.
>Happens here, too.
>Makes me wonder ... anybody trying this on a Mac or PC must have run into the problem (I guess it works in Linux). But nobody bothered to tell us developers so far. Which I guess is normal for users. I think we need to add automatic bug reporting. I thought we even had a ticket for that, but I couldn't find it?
>But kudos to Kathleen for reporting! :)
>> When I tried to publish the project so you could look at it with dev-eyes another error message appeared and the project would not save. I use a PC and this happened with the Etoys software I downloaded today.
>Yes, you can't save a project with the pink error window. If you encounter such an error, please rather attach the "SqueakDebug.log" file from the Etoys directory. It is created whenever such an error happens. The next error overwrites the file, so before continuing you should move it away (maybe rename to remind you of the incident, or attach to a ticket or an email). I'm attaching the one for this incident, and I also created a ticket:
>- Bert -
>SqueakDebug.log (6k bytes)

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