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by mr-dave
Dec 10th, '17, 17:26
Forum: Projects
Topic: Make and Match – A Game
Replies: 1
Views: 1359

Make and Match – A Game

This is the classic memory matching game with a slight twist – you can change the appearance of five of the cards. The program starts after clicking "Go" in the card editing mode with a very small number of drawing options. Hold down the mouse button to draw with either black or the card background ...
by mr-dave
Dec 8th, '17, 01:50
Forum: Getting started
Topic: Simple primer for Scratchers
Replies: 6
Views: 8180

Re: Simple primer for Scratchers

And another difference: A received broadcast starts a new instance of the script instead of interrupting the one that is looping and then starting it over from the top. Seems like a minor point but the difference can really change the way a project works. Broadcast starts an instance of the script.p...
by mr-dave
Dec 6th, '17, 17:31
Forum: Bugs
Topic: set pixel location is shifted from expected when in presentation
Replies: 0
Views: 703

set pixel location is shifted from expected when in presentation

I'm trying to draw on an instance. The pixels are placed where I expect whenever the stage is set to normal size. However in presentation size or any change to the screen size then the set pixel locations are offset.

I'm using the downloaded version of GP (078) and Windows 7.
by mr-dave
Dec 6th, '17, 15:24
Forum: Requests
Topic: Turn off the anti-aliasing or pixel averaging
Replies: 3
Views: 1433

Re: Turn off the anti-aliasing or pixel averaging

Thanks for the reply. It must have taken you some time to write and explain all of that and I appreciate it.
by mr-dave
Dec 5th, '17, 18:59
Forum: Getting started
Topic: Simple primer for Scratchers
Replies: 6
Views: 8180

Re: Simple primer for Scratchers

Nice job on your “Going from Scratch to GP”. Some thoughts from my initial GB experience: No costumes for classes, no “next costume” block. Seems like a small detail but it’s a heavily used feature in Scratch. Maybe this difference is one of the ways that the GB creators want to differentiate GP fro...
by mr-dave
Dec 4th, '17, 23:39
Forum: Requests
Topic: Turn off the anti-aliasing or pixel averaging
Replies: 3
Views: 1433

Turn off the anti-aliasing or pixel averaging

I was trying to set some pixels to be transparent and then realized that GP is changing what I set. Could it be told to leave pixels alone and not try and 'fix' the image or just leave the transparent pixels alone? Otherwise I end up with a halo around the image.