[Newbies] Morph Drop Shadows
David H. Shanabrook
dhshanab at acad.umass.edu
Sun May 20 19:01:29 UTC 2007
I am experimenting with geometry tutors, such as pentominos. when
trying to fit shapes precisely together the shadow is very
disturbing, it is hard to know what is the shadow and what is the
shape, especially for kids.
On 20 May 2007, at 14:51, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> The Hand draws a shadow of all morphs it is holding. You could
> implement the dragging of your morphs yourself and not leave that
> to HandMorph. Or hack HandMorph>>fullDrawOn: method to not draw the
> shadow (possibly in a subclass).
> May I ask what you need this for?
> - Bert -
> On May 20, 2007, at 19:38 , David H. Shanabrook wrote:
>> It is the temporary shadow that appears when I pick the morph that
>> I want to eliminate. I am using 3.9 although I can switch to an
>> older version if it would help.
>> On 20 May 2007, at 13:23, subbukk wrote:
>>> On Sunday 20 May 2007 10:07 pm, David H. Shanabrook wrote:
>>>> Can I change the pick up a morph so that it doesn't have a
>>>> shadow? I
>>>> tried in the morph menu to drop shadow: show shadow, but this
>>>> work. It doesn't affect the morph whether the show shadow is
>>>> checked or not.
>>> Which version is your image? For drop shadow to be visible, make
>>> sure the drop
>>> shadow color is different from the background and the offset is
>>> The drop shadow (in halo menu) is different from the temporary
>>> shadow that
>>> appears when you 'pick' the morph.
>>> Regards .. Subbu
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