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From: mwforum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Daniel Ajoy)
Date: Sun, 03 Apr 2005 13:02:53 -0500

Cut the white space around the shapes.

Daniel
OpenWorld Learning


On 3 Apr 2005 at 15:58, Zehava Wizman wrote:

> Hi all!
> If we create 3 shapes by taking same turtles and use the command stamp, 
> than, copy it to the graphics shapes, each of them gets another origin, so 
> if I pos each of them , for example in [0 0] by the command :setpos [0 0], 
> each of them pos in differenent places, here attached a file with an 
> example, four turtles created by stamp command, each of them pos its 
> different origin in [0 0] coor, how can I get the same origin?
>                                          Zehava Wizman
> 
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