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by bromagosa
Mar 1st, '16, 16:49
Forum: Working with GP
Topic: how to select elements from a list?
Replies: 0
Views: 4011

how to select elements from a list?

Hi, it's been a while!

What the best way to select elements from a list according to a condition? The idea is to get the neighbors that are wearing a costume in particular, or that have a particular value set in a variable.

Thanks! :)

Bernat.
by bromagosa
Dec 11th, '15, 15:29
Forum: Fixed Bugs
Topic: Bugs found at a Programming Club session [FIXED]
Replies: 5
Views: 4131

Re: Bugs found at a Programming Club session [FIXED]

Thank you, John.

They'll be happy to know these have been fixed :)
by bromagosa
Nov 16th, '15, 08:54
Forum: Requests
Topic: A trash can? Or some select-many/delete function?
Replies: 3
Views: 3747

Re: A trash can? Or some select-many/delete function?

Multi-selection would still be great to have though! If only to delete several scripts at once, or copy them around classes.
by bromagosa
Nov 16th, '15, 08:49
Forum: Requests
Topic: Suggestions from the Citilab Programming Clubs
Replies: 2
Views: 3584

Re: Suggestions from the Citilab Programming Clubs

Hi John, About OO My critique was not to GP's OO approach, which I think is perfect! I was just talking about names. In my opinion, just renaming classes and instances would be way enough to clear these confusions. Classes could be named Objects, and Instances could be named Clones, for instance (pu...
by bromagosa
Nov 12th, '15, 10:23
Forum: Requests
Topic: Suggestions from the Citilab Programming Clubs
Replies: 2
Views: 3584

Suggestions from the Citilab Programming Clubs

Hi! I'm copy-pasting a couple suggestions from our programming clubs, in no particular order: People avoid building custom blocks because the "define" stack takes up space and that bothers them, plus the block prefix (my class_foo) and the default "this" upvar scare them. The "Class" nomenclature is...
by bromagosa
Oct 29th, '15, 15:08
Forum: Fixed Bugs
Topic: Inverted block lists and highlights [FIXED]
Replies: 5
Views: 4594

Re: Inverted block lists and highlights

That's really smart! How would that work? You use a 4 pixel bitmap and compare that one to a procedurally generated one?

I'm using a Lenovo PC, and my graphics chipset is "Intel Corporation Haswell-ULT Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 0b)".
by bromagosa
Oct 29th, '15, 14:11
Forum: Fixed Bugs
Topic: Inverted block lists and highlights [FIXED]
Replies: 5
Views: 4594

Re: Inverted block lists and highlights

I'm using a 64b Debian machine, but it also happens in the 32b Xubuntu machines we use at the clubs.

Is there anything I can do to help?
by bromagosa
Oct 29th, '15, 12:04
Forum: Fixed Bugs
Topic: Inverted block lists and highlights [FIXED]
Replies: 5
Views: 4594

Inverted block lists and highlights [FIXED]

I've just noticed these are not rotated 180º, but vertically inverted:

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This is only happening in Linux, I've tried it in Windows and Mac and it works okay.
by bromagosa
Oct 29th, '15, 11:37
Forum: Fixed Bugs
Topic: Lost focus and misshandling of input slot edits [FIXED]
Replies: 1
Views: 3414

Lost focus and misshandling of input slot edits [FIXED]

I've apparently managed to fix this issue. What was happening is, for instance, if you modified an input slot and immediately clicked on Go, instead of first clicking somewhere else to get the caret out of the input slot, the modification wouldn't take effect and, although the input slot would show ...
by bromagosa
Oct 29th, '15, 10:28
Forum: Requests
Topic: Inspectors [FIXED]
Replies: 2
Views: 3388

Re: Inspectors

Ok, I just found out how to inspect stuff from the UI, forget my last message.

In case someone else is wondering, in dev mode you can shift+right click anything and inspect it right away.