Being silly with penguins

RM richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Fri Apr 22 15:33:08 EDT 2016


At this point it would be marvellous if somebody could chime in with a 
fairly sensible
explanation of the role of "*without waiting*" and whether is would 
*declunk* the mismatch-thing
that seems to be going on between *dragging* and *animating*.

Certainly, *Director* (at least in 1999) did not have that sort of problem.

Richmond.

On 22.04.2016 21:37, Colin Holgate wrote:
> This has the advantage of smooth dragging, but the disadvantage of less smooth animation:
>
> local p
>
> on mouseDown
>
> put 1 into p
>
> grab me
>
> do animashun
>
> end mouseDown
>
> on mouseMove
>
> do animashun
>
> end mouseMove
>
> on animashun
>
> set the backGroundPattern of graphic "G1" to the id of image ("p"&p&".png")
>
> wait 1 with messages
>
> put p + 1 into p
>
> if p > 15 then put 1 into p
>
> end animashun
>
>
> About Director, it can of course do this sort of animation monthly, but also it can be used as an XTalk language.
>
>
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