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An other way to make fancy buttons more simply !
(without having to do with mouse coordinates)
Geneva - Switzerland
NB: I am using the french version "MicroMondes Pro"
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From: "Jeff Knope" <jknope@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, January 09, 2003 6:52 AM
Subject: [MWForum]Bobbing Buttons
> Hi -
> I've been having a lot of fun with some new (to me) uses of turtles. I
> found a way to replicate the visual action of buttons that you often see.
> mean the kind that when you click on it, it appears to depress, letting
> know it felt the mouse's touch. These are drawn buttons, of any size or
> text or color or icon you like.
> It'd be silly to just talk about it, when it's so easy to show it in
> So I've framed it as a explanatory project, with working examples. There
> are fairly explicit explanations.
> Let me know if anything is confusing. I hope you enjoy...
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