[Squeakland] How to jump from a project to another not yet loaded?
is.valente at gmail.com
Fri Jan 18 13:34:27 PST 2008
No one of the solutions fits my needs.
I've a project (Squeak 3.9). This project has a big image sliced into parts,
like a image map with hotspots.
I'll need a solution to load the a different project, according the image
the user clicks. One project for each particular slice (image).
The idea is partialy covered in Etoys (from OLPC), but I don't know how to
implement this in Squeak 3.9. I've copied the script, but I got a
Thanks a lot.
> Sounds like you need to load projects, previously saved as "save project
> file" from the filesystem, is that correct?
> If so, one facility that can be used is either Squeak's File Finder or
> "Find a
> Project". In Squeak's Navigator on the bottom, look for the "Find" button,
> click on in and hold the nouse down for 3-4 seconds. A menu with selection
> will come up, click "find a project". This will open a browser.
> Another more user interfacish solution would be to write a program that
> read all ".pr" files and their images from "current directory", and
> them, in World ... this is probably closer to what yo are thinking about,
> that right?
> On 2008 January 14, valente wrote:
>> I appreciate your concern, but this solution don't fill my needs, cause
>> projects that I want to jump to aren't loaded in the world, they are in
>> 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
>> > 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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