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Subject: New issues
Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 13:22:14 -0500

Attached is another version of the project... I moved my buttons over
because there are more choices. However in writing the directions I
noticed that in choosing the How to Play button to show the introtext,
it shows above buttons created before it but still shows buttons that
were created after it. Is there any way to fix this?

 

I still have the same nagging issue with the time. I have not errors
just some loss of time.  I noticed that the time continues when the user
is asked for their name and so the final posted time is different than
the one stated in the announcement. Stopping time is not a possibility
(or we would all be our ideal age) so I was trying to freeze the text
box, which is what is there now only it brings up an error of
course....the other option is stopping a specific process. I have tried
the Launch [track.time] in the setup procedure and the cancel
[track.time] in the win procedure. It stops but still has the delay
issue. I have played around with palcing the cancel command right away
in the win procedure to no avail. I have also tried the if (correct =
15) stopme command in the track.time procedure which is how it is now.
Any other ideas?

 

Ronald  Boyd 
GT Coordinator/Technology Integration Specialist 

Rosemount Elementary
651-423-7690  
ronald.boyd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

 

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