tblanchard at mac.com
Sun Nov 12 19:10:41 UTC 2006
This isn't really a newbies kind of question - jumped right into the
deep end I'd say.
FWIW, probably not many people know the answer. I myself know next
to nothing about Wonderlands. I will tell you that you can find most
of the event delivery code in HandMorph. So there's someplace to look.
Sorry I can't tell you more.
On Nov 7, 2006, at 9:28 PM, Jeff wrote:
> I'm pretty disappointed with this list at the moment. My last post,
> "beginners questions" talked about how beginners often don't get
> their questions answered and pointed out that often when the
> experts see that an answer, ANY answer, was given they then assume
> the question was answered, so they don't offer anything more. Now I
> do appreciate Matthias's honest attempt to answer the question, so
> I don't want this to be misconstrued as an attack on him. But he
> obviously misread it. And, well, once people saw that the question
> of how to make a wonderland actor move in response to mouse clicks
> had been answered, I didn't get any more help. The question I asked
> was how to move a wonderland actor with the arrow keys, and I need
> to do that without the actor having the focus. Unfortunately, since
> it's been taking so many hours for the messages I've tried to send
> to get posted on here, (I think I had screwed up joining the list
> somehow, and redid it so hopefully that problem is solved), it took
> me a full day to get my question asked and now another full day to
> explain that the answer I got was to a different question. By the
> by, I've been spending about 10 hours a day for 5 days now trying
> to solve this problem. It's getting quite frustrating for me and
> making me want to give up on squeak.
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