[Squeakland] sketch's color

Bert Freudenberg bert at impara.de
Thu Jun 23 16:01:56 PDT 2005

Publishing a project does not modify your image. Loading it does, but  
if you do not save the image afterwards then all is fine. Andreas'  
project did some changes to the image, this is the "magic" that makes  
recoloring sketches work. So if you want to load the project and  
still have the magic in it, say yes.

- Bert -

Am 23.06.2005 um 15:55 schrieb Randy Heiland:

> Andreas,  When I go to save/publish your project, I'm prompted with  
> "Would
> you like to include all the changes in the change set as part of this
> publishing operation?".  I'm still a newbie regarding change sets  
> in Squeak,
> so can you/someone educate me on what happens if I say "Yes" to  
> this?  Will
> my underlying Squeak image change - and no longer be equivalent to the
> Squeakland download?
> thanks, Randy
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Andreas Raab [mailto:andreas.raab at gmx.de]
>> Sent: Thursday, June 23, 2005 12:54 AM
>> To: Randy Heiland
>> Cc: squeakland at squeakland.org
>> Subject: Re: [Squeakland] sketch's color
>> Hi Randy -
>>> Honestly, I'm not sure.  For starters, the world/fixSketches script
>>> is a bit of magic I don't understand, not to mention that it's
>>> apparently a text-only script.
>> Yeah, and there is even more magic that you don't see ;-) I just  
>> wanted
>> to find out whether this was the effect you were looking for or not.
>> Well, it was worth a try ;-)
>> Cheers,
>>    - Andreas

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