[Etoys-notify] [JIRA] Updated: (SQ-17) allow full-screen books
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Tue Apr 28 18:00:46 EDT 2009
[ http://tracker.immuexa.com/browse/SQ-17?page=all ]
Scott Wallace updated SQ-17:
Fix Version: M2: second alpha (june)
Addressing this will require design, engineering, and documentation changes, which might render it too risky for 2009 deployment, but for now, given that it's Tim who requested it, let's keep it in the M2 hopper.
> allow full-screen books
> Key: SQ-17
> URL: http://tracker.immuexa.com/browse/SQ-17
> Project: squeakland
> Type: Improvement
> Components: etoys
> Reporter: timothy
> Fix For: M2: second alpha (june)
> Do something easier and more obvious than this procedure outlined by Yoshiki:
> One way to make a project that has a book that covers the entire screen would be like this:
> - In the book menu, you can say "show more controls". Select that.
> - The menu will have more items is one of them is "advanced...".
> Select that.
> - In the "advanced..." menu, there is a item called "show full
> screen". Select that.
> - Author your book in that way, possibly going back and forth with
> non-full screen mode of the book.
> - Once you reach a point, go to non-full screen mode and create a
> - Text out side of the book.
> - Type in the following into the Text:
> [(Delay forSeconds: 10) wait. Project current storeOnServer] fork.
> - Press Ctrl-D (or could be Alt-D) while the text cursor is in
> the text. It will try to save the current project in 10 seconds.
> - Quickly bring the Book in front of the text, enter the book's
> full-screen mode and wait. It will save the project in that state.
> - Next time you double-click the resulting .pr file, it will come
> back as a full screen book.
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