[squeakland] [Q] How to export a script
karlramberg at gmail.com
Wed Aug 12 12:50:37 EDT 2009
On 2009-08-12 01:53, Young-Jin Lee wrote:
> I must be too novice because I don't understand your explanation. :-(
> First of all, could you explain in more detail what you meant by a
> "Player". I know that I can use a "Players" tool from the toolbox of
> the eToy, but I think this is not what you were talking about because
> I did not see a copy/paste menu on the Players tool.
Every object in Etoys is a Player :-)
And you are right, there is no copy and paste items in the menus :-(
I'll look into that.
> Also, I do not know how to make a global flap (therefore, I do not
> know how to put a player into the global flap, either. Could you
> please give more detailed information or point me to the resources
> explaining what you suggested.
Here is a video that describe how you can do this:
> Thanks in advance.
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 2:41 PM, Karl Ramberg <karlramberg at gmail.com
> <mailto:karlramberg at gmail.com>> wrote:
> On 2009-08-11 18:44, Young-Jin Lee wrote:
> I am looking for a way to export a script in one project so
> that it can be used in another project. I looked for
> contextual menus and googled it, but found no solution yet.
> Can anyone tell me if it is possible?
> Also, I have another question about using a movie file in
> etoy. In one of the demo projects that comes with etoy (a
> free-fall experiment), I found a set of JPEG images imported
> from a movie file. Does etoy can save selected frames from a
> movie as image files? If not, what is the best way to create
> image files from a movie file so that they can be used in etoy?
> Thank you so much!!!
> Scripts are a part of a Player and you bring it along when you for
> example copy and paste a Player. ( ctrl+c and ctrl+v )
> Or put the Player in a global flap and pull it out and put it into
> the you want.
> These procedures are not well documented at the moment.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the squeakland