[Newbies] Inserting graphics made with Squeak into a web page?

Gary Dunn osp at aloha.com
Mon Apr 26 02:19:44 UTC 2010

On Sun, 2010-04-25 at 01:31 +0200, Pascale Julia wrote:
> Hello,
> I just installed Squeak on Ubuntu Karmic.
> I'd like to find a way of making web pages made of various graphics.
> Say I get wild with my niece one afternoon and we draw and make
> animations with Squeak, and family picture albums and all kinds of
> things graphic that do things (and that fit into a web page).
> Apparently I can save this as a "project". (By the way, I have no idea
> where my doodles ended up on my Linux, still looking for them.
> How do I save those projects and can I insert them into a web page
> (and of course, keep the animations and such).

If you want to put them on a web page to exhibit your work you might
want to create a flash movie. This should be a example ... I can't watch
it in FreeBSD because Flash 10 is not yet supported:


You could place the .pr file along side, so that other can download it
and open it in Squeak.

To make a project, create a new project first, then click in its window
to make it the current project, then doodle away. It is harder to turn
doodles into projects, but it can be done. 

Gary Dunn, Honolulu
osp at aloha.com
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