New Border Style for a Morph - How?
zaccone at bucknell.edu
Sat Aug 14 18:07:59 UTC 2004
After a long absence from Squeak, I'm finally back to using it again.
It's good to be back and doing something other than Java or C++!
I am trying to create a RectangleMorph that has a special border. I
would like (say) the top and bottom edges to be black and the left and
right edges to be white. In general, opposite edges should be the
same color. A simple border is sufficient. It doesn't need to be
beveled. It seems that I need to create a subclass of BorderStyle to
Before charging ahead to do this, I tried to understand how the
existing styles work. I used
MessageTally tallySends: [RectangleMorph new openInWorld]
Wow! Lots of stuff going on, and I never see the border being drawn!
I tried other variations and I'm still not closer to understanding how
Am I on the wrong track with this? Would someone be kind enough to
point me in the right direction? It doesn't seem like this should be
very difficult, but I don't feel like I'm getting anywhere.
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