[etoys-dev] Etoys: Etoys-kfr.95.mcz
bert at freudenbergs.de
Thu Oct 27 07:33:47 EDT 2011
"hue" isn't correct anyway. It's not not setting the hue of the sketch. It is changing the hue of each pixel by the given amount. "hue shift" (or "hue change") would be much more appropriate. Perhaps there is a single English word for that? Maybe "tint"? Not being a native speaker I can't think of a good one. [btw, Scratch calls it "color effect" which is less specific]
- Bert -
On 27.10.2011, at 09:08, Derek O'Connell wrote:
> On 27/10/11 08:05, Derek O'Connell wrote:
>> On 27/10/11 00:30, karl ramberg wrote:
>> > Issue with adding filters I can't seem to get the tile to load.
>> > Some trickery is going on here. With change set loaded the grapics
>> > tiles category i empty. Change getHue to getGraphic and a item is
>> > added to the graphics category in the viewer.
>> > Load the following change set.
>> > SketchMorph>>additionsToViewerCategories ^ #( (graphics ( (slot
>> > jhrj 'Change color hue with given amount' Number readOnly Player c
>> > notUsed notUsed )
>> > Are there some behind the back filtering going on here ?
>> > Karl
>> There is a method to search for conflicts and display results in a
>> transcript, do-it...
>> ScriptingSystem searchForSlotProtocolConflicts
>> This showed a conflict for "getHue" so I changed your Player method
>> to "getSketchHue", switched the view category to ensure it updated
>> and then it displayed the tile.
> ^ #(#(#graphics #(#(#slot #hue 'hue' #Number #readOnly #Player #getSketchHue #Player #unused))) )
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