[Squeakland] graduated fill
gaelli at emergent.de
Fri Mar 3 01:27:37 PST 2006
On Mar 3, 2006, at 2:06 AM, Sholom Eisenstat wrote:
> so, more playing.....
> If I take a morph from the supplies tab, what I want to do can be
> done, but why can't I do the same thing with a morph I create with
> the graphic tools?
I have experienced that many starters of EToys think of sketches as
rectangles. But a sketch can be any graphical object.
The best mileage you can get from a sketch is to make it a compact
one - like the classical red car. Then it is easy to think of it as
But the space to do the gradient fill in is not be well defined in a
sketch - shall it fill the tires or the body of the car?
If you need to draw an arbitrary closed surface with a gradient fill
try Curve or Polygon.
If you need a rectangular filled background with some sketch on top
just stick to Playfield.
Sholom: reply to all, so that others can participate in the discussion
Listmaster: set the default to reply to list as it is in Squeak-dev
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