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Subject: Re: problems with timer-towards-touching
From: zehava wizman <zehavawi1@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2007 20:51:34 -0800 (PST)

Hi  Alain!
  I tried to do it without the keys ( without direct proc), and I am 
activating the turtles by clickon, even now the loop with if timer = 100 
doesn't work and touching doesn't work. The project is attaced here
                       Thanks, Zehava

Alain LCSI <alain@xxxxxxx> wrote:
  Hi,   The instruction setseconds timer / 10 in the procedure test is 
executed only once. It is not part of a loop, a forever, a recursive 
procedure, or any other type of independant process. At the moment it is 
executed, the condition is false and nothing happens.
  Maybe you need something like forever [updatetime]

  Collision detection should also be done repeatedly. Perhaps you should 
include this inside the turtle's dialog box.

    Alain Tougas
  B: (514) 939-8700 poste 237

    Le 07-02-10 à 14:41, zehava wizman a écrit :

    Hello Forum!
  Here attached a project trying to use towards with timer and touching 
commands- facing many problems:
  1. The textbox seconds need to show the time and to check if its reach to 
100 - its doesn't do it.
  2. The touching command doesn't happened even though the 2 turtles are 
crashed ( I did like I told by Ayan' and wrote fd 0 in the instruction field. 
                                Zehava Wizman

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