[squeak-dev] The Inbox: Morphic-pre.1329.mcz

Bob Arning arning315 at comcast.net
Thu Mar 23 17:15:54 UTC 2017

The real question is how the morph got attached to the hand in the first 
place. People have been picking morphs up and dropping them for decades, 
so there is something new here. Do you have the code that put the bowl 
into the hand?

On 3/23/17 11:43 AM, Rein, Patrick wrote:
> Well before the change, the morph would have opened anywhere in the 
> world. Most of the time that was not close to the hand.
> You are right though, that the new behavior look weird too... Maybe 
> this is because it looks good for dragging menu items?
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> I guess one question is why the bowl was attached to the hand at the 
> lower left corner of the bowl rather than the upper left. If it had 
> been attached at the upper left, then it probably would have dropped 
> right where expected.
> On 3/23/17 11:13 AM, Rein, Patrick wrote:
>> This allows for more "intuitive" drag and drop behavior. When I drop something into the world and a morph is opened for it than the morph is displayed at the position where the element was dropped. For a simple example so the gif attached.

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