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I just made a little project. I'm not sure it is what you need, but
I hope it helps you. If your want better feedback I think you should
send your project for us to see.
My project is attached.
The "next_item" button selects the item turtle.
The "next_choice" button points the item turtle to a category (HW / SW)
The "match" button moves the item to the category.
On 16 Nov 2003 at 9:55, "jlutzlogotech" <jlutz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2003 14:04:23 -0000
> I am a teacher creating a vocabulary game in MW for a graduate
> class. I need to line the turtles up (which are dressed as hardware
> and software words) at a starting point off of the screen and then
> release them at random postions to move right or left to the correct
> category (hardware or software). I have the keyboard commands set to
> steer their heading. I thought I would put a box at the bottom for
> them to hide under. Once they reach their category I will use if
> color under to stop them.
> I don't know how to randomly release them and then stop them from
> reappearing. I don't know how to steer all the turtles. Should I
> release them one at a time with a launch command?
> I appreciate any help you could give me.
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