[Squeakland] Squeakland Digest, Vol 46, Issue 11

Valerie Scarlata valscarlata at gmail.com
Mon Feb 26 15:43:02 PST 2007

I have done squeak presentations by using the book morph and creating
a template by creating a page and selecting from the red menu halo on
the book -> save as new page prototype. The next page you create will
have the same elements as the one you saved as a prototype.

Val Scarlata

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> For an event about ICT and education, I was asked to present Squeak
> usage in education (http://www.28mars.org). It seems interesting to use
> Squeak to present itself.
> The thread navigator seems to be the appropriate tool to do so.
> I am wondering two things:
> - How is it possible to create a template slide/project then duplicate
> it to create additional slides? At worst the template can be save in a
> project file then reload each time an additional slide is needed.
> - More important, to illustrate with real contents, I need to add in
> some of my slides third party squeak-projects (ie project created by
> kids and teachers). Is it possible to merge two different projects? I
> would like the third party project to be part of the slide, and not just
>   a small windows I can jump into.
> Thanks.
> Hilaire

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