kim.rose at squeakland.org
Sat Dec 11 07:55:01 PST 2004
Hi, Phil, Shashank, and fellow Squeakers -
We're looking into the "attachments" problem and will write soon
explaining or suggesting what to do when you want to include an
attachment to your message.
Perhaps the answer is uploading to a server and then putting a url in
your mail pointing to that project? Mike/Bert is this an alternative
method? We need to be able to share and show projects and I believe
we used to be able to do so.
thanks folks and sorry for inconvenience while we straighten this out,
At 6:15 AM -0600 12/11/04, Shashank Date wrote:
>Phil Firsenbaum wrote:
>>If you looked at the script, I have a test which looks to see when
>>Birdie's y coordinate is < 100.
>I did not get the attachment and so could not look at the script. Is
>the script available somwhere on the web?
>>When it is the script is paused and the drawing of the spiral stops.
>>In the running of the project Birdie begins in the center of the
>>screen where its y coordinate is 390. As it moves out from the
>>center y gets larger when it moves towards the top of the screen
>>and smaller when it moves towards the bottom. I arbitrarily chose
>>to look at the value of y when it's approaching the bottom of the
>Oh, I see. I get the idea, but am still not sure how to
>"arbitrarily" choose to look at the value. Are you using the
>>Of course, there are other approaches one could take to stop the spiral...
>Yes, and the one I am interested in, is the one which allows us to
>control the number of times a certain script gets executed... a
>looping mechanism if you will.
>>On Dec 9, 2004, at 6:06 PM, Shashank Date wrote:
>>>Phil Firsenbaum wrote:
>>>>I was playing with polygons and spirals last year and created the
>>>>attached scripts. They use a variable (size1) for the length of
>>>>the sides and I start Birdie in the center of the screen.
>>>Is there a way to limit the loops of the spiral to some finite number,
>>>Something like "repeat 10 times" (as in Logo)?
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