jase at dufair.org
Wed Aug 21 20:12:34 UTC 2002
Oops! I forgot that I added a ttBounds getter to TTSampleStringMorph.
Otherwise, it should work in 3.2. You may try adding this getter if
you are impatient. Otherwise, I'll add that to the changeset. Sorry
Tommy Thorn wrote:
> jase at dufair.org wrote:
>> from preamble:
>> "Change Set: FadingTTListMorph
>> Date: 21 August 2002
>> Author: Jason Dufair
>> This is a morph designed to work as a menu. You provide it a (typcally
>> sorted) collection of strings and it displays them in a scrolling list
>> with alpha blending to cause the items to appear to fade in and out of
>> the top and bottom of the list. Configuration options include font,
>> item height, number of items to display, background color, and text
>> color. Currently defaults to the (freely distributable) font 'Artbrush'
>> which should be placed in the same directory as your image. If you do
>> not wish to use this font, it can be set to any other TTFontDescription
>> prior to opening the morph."
> The screen dump looks very nice, but does it work in Squeak3.2?
> I tried (Squeak3.2 #4956):
> | m |
> m _ FadingTTListMorph with: #('abc' 'jazz' 'OK').
> m openInWorld.
> but end up in the debugger with a MessageNotUnderstood: ttBounds
> As far as I can tell, TTSampleStringMorph can't reply to ttBounds.
> I'll try Squeak3.3alpha.
Jason Dufair - jase at dufair.org
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