[Squeakland] RE: Squeakland Digest, Vol 57, Issue 7

SeaGate Institute seagate92 at wlink.com.np
Tue Jan 15 20:45:27 PST 2008


We are planning to organize international Squeak Live Conference between
Japanese students and Nepalese students at the end of February 2008. 

Your support in this endeavor will be appreciated.

Regards,
Madhur



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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: How to jump from a project to another not yet loaded?
      (valente)


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Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 13:16:20 -0800 (PST)
From: valente <is.valente at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Squeakland] How to jump from a project to another not
	yet loaded?
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I appreciate your concern, but this solution don't fill my needs, cause the
projects that I want to jump to aren't loaded in the world, they are in the
same folder. 
I'll need to interact with objects, like hotspots or image maps, not to a
buttons group.

:-) AL


milan.zimmermann wrote:
> 
> Hi Al,
> 
> I am not sure I understand exactly what you are looking for (maybe you are

> looking for "programatic" solution). In terms of navigating and 
> opening/loading projects, there are two tools.
> 
> Click on "Widgets" on the bottom and drag out the "Object Catalog". In
> there, 
> one item is named "navigation". click on it, you will find 2 items:
> 	- Project History
> 	- Thread navigator
> 
> Drag out one of them. 
> 
> Project History allows you to load any project - click on the top bar and
> play 
> with it.
> 
> ThreadNavigator is powerful but I find it confusing at first.
> 
> Hope this helps some,
> 
> Milan
> 
> On 2008 January 8, valente wrote:
>> I teach future primary teachers to use Squeak etoys. One of my pupils
>> asked
>> me how we could load a project from another. I'll explain. She was a
>> little
>> project where students must choose a item and, according the choice a new
>> project, previous published, will load.
>> Unfortunately I can't solve this!. I'm not a programmer, just a newbie
>> squeak user.
>> Can anyone help?
>>
>> AL Valente
> 
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