Fixed! Sneaky one. Moving the lower block upwards after the delete of the C-block was being defeated by the auto-layout code moving it back to where it belonged... clever code, such fun to work with.ghp wrote:
There are two parts in the c-shape scissors tool: deleting the block and moving up the tail. The second part looks similiar to other animations (like droppinng a script on stage and it moves back to script area). The second one, I would not remove. The block rmove, I agree: too fast to notice.Animations: So why bother with it on slow machines
This is very puzzling when you look at it - the loop file 'Eggs' is not an mpeg file of any sort, for eggsample (sorry).ghp wrote:mport sounds, Music Loops, Eggs gives a MPEG-Error.
Nice to see the github stuff is working; I got the email as well as seeing the web copy.ghp wrote:Hello, see the github issue list. Seems to happen (not each time) when file is 'previewed' and then in the middle or so you press ok.
Erk. This is very odd. If you have the watcher for 'i' open, then the watcher for t appears as you expect, in presentation mode. Veeerrry odd.ghp wrote:Problem is: switch to presentation mode, run the script. After some 10 secs, the hidden variable t should be displayed. Does not happen here. When switching back to edit mode, the variable appears.
Hello,the pretty framing of the mouse x/y indicators seems to disappear.
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Uh, yes. That's what I said. Honest. The fact that the characters you see above look different is merely a result of a timey-wimey reversal of the neutron polarity egienfield.simplesi wrote:I think its ./NuScratchBeta.sh to launch it
Interesting; I find on my Pi it's still a bit slow, about 6-7 secs. How fast is it on yours? If it really is different I'd be curious as to why.simplesi wrote:Lightneing fast to load