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I think a better way to do it is using "snapshape".
After clicking on the "hide" button be alert of
the fish position, because it will vanish in
the background (the turtle will be dressed as the
background), and you'll have to click on it to
But you'll have to click on it, it is not going
to show itself automatically if you simply move
your mouse over it (mouseover).
On 24 Jun 2004 at 8:03, Jean Stringer wrote:
> One of my students wants to make a hide and seek project.
> She has a turtle with the shape of a frog who she is moving random around
> the screen ...She wants it
> hidden as it moves.. Then if it is found by clicking where it is hidding she
> wants it to show frog.
> Is this possible?
> What we have now is a blank turtle shape and if it is clicked on it turns
> into her frog shape.
> Is this the only way or the best way to do this??
> Thanks...this class is great!
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