[Squeakland] RE : Doing a presentation of Squeak with Squeak as apresentation tool
Dreyfuss Pierre-André (EDU)
pierre-andre.dreyfuss at edu.ge.ch
Tue Feb 27 17:02:21 PST 2007
A way to merge somme projects is to pass copy of object from a project to another using the menu of the red handle
of the object's halo then copy &print/copy to paste buffer
and in the other project the world menu /new morph/from paste buffer.
An easiest way is to load or create a destination project from the first project and just drop the objects on the button which represents the destination project.The words 'got it' will appear, wait until the object goes back at it place. A copy will be at the same place. If objects are related each with others , you have to putt all the objects on a playfield and drop the playfield on the button.
I have added the ability to show or hide texts to the template
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De: squeakland-bounces at squeakland.org de la part de Hilaire Fernandes
Date: lun. 26/02/2007 19:42
À: squeakland at squeakland.org
Objet : Re: [Squeakland] Doing a presentation of Squeak with Squeak as apresentation tool
Alan Kay a écrit :
> prevented it. Your method of saving a template as a project and reloaded
> is the best way to go now.
> It is not possible to merge two projects (and it's not completely clear
> what that would mean in all cases). Why not just have the 3rd party
> project be one of the projects in your presentation and go to it in
> sequence? That's what I do.
Yes, it will be just fine that way. I put a not so nice template on our
Stephane, yes I already know about your demo-image, and I took
inspiration from them. It helps me to figure out the use of the thread
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