[Squeakland] RE : rubberbanded sibling problem

Randy Heiland heiland at indiana.edu
Fri Aug 31 02:30:46 PDT 2007

Thanks for your reply.  Yes, I'm well aware of the 'hold down shift'  
on the copy handle to make a sibling.  I did that.  However, I see  
that I failed to mention in my post that I was referring to the OLPC  
version of etoys (2.1 #1565)


On Aug 31, 2007, at 5:20 AM, Dreyfuss Pierre-André (EDU) wrote:

> Hi,
> If you use shift click on the green hallo of the rubberband, you  
> get a copy,if you watch the green halo when you shift click, it  
> doesn't become olive.
> if you are using the red halo menu to create sibling, the creation  
> of sibling works fine.
> shift click on a the halo of an object works fine but not on a  
> rubberband.
> There is a difference between copy and sibling.
> Copy of objects  which are sibling using the rubberband will create  
> a new set of siblings which are siblings of each other but not of  
> there original object.
> regards
> -------- Message d'origine--------
> De: squeakland-bounces at squeakland.org de la part de Randy Heiland
> Date: jeu. 30/08/2007 15:28
> À: Squeakland list
> Objet : [Squeakland] rubberbanded sibling problem
> I painted objects A then B (different objects).  I then used the
> shift-click rubberband feature to select them both and then created a
> sibling of those selected objects.  Script A1 just did a 'turn by' on
> A.  Script A2 did a 'tell all siblings to do A1'.  The latter didn't
> work.  It did work on an explicitly created sibling of obj A.
> -Randy
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