Color Match posted to the Scripts library
[1/3] from: ssutherl:westmont at: 21-May-2001 21:07
It's posted in the Scripts library under games. It is actually a prototype educational object designed to teach through interaction. Enjoy! Scot M. Sutherland
[2/3] from: gjones05:mail:orion at: 23-May-2001 5:13
From: "Scot M. Sutherland"
> It's posted in the Scripts library under games. > It is actually a prototype educational object > designed to teach through interaction.
Hi, Scot, Neat idea. As in the real world, my color matching talents leave a lot to be desired! I like the idea of demonstrating how the mixing of primary colors to create blends can be taught through experience and feedback. One suggestion that you may wish to entertain is to program in a little finer control over a particular color component. When I was "getting close" I had trouble getting the color to change by only 1 unit. Perhaps arrows at the ends would help. I've also seen other, non-REBOL programs that allow the slider to be moved by the arrow keys once they have the focus and/or to have the integer value of each slider be adjustable at the keyboard. Just some thoughts before I've had a proper dose of coffee. Thanks. --Scott Jones
[3/3] from: ssutherl:westmont at: 22-May-2001 15:04
Thanks Scott, I'm glad to see that you understood the educational value of the approach. Hope to do some research on that someday. Arrow keys are a good idea. I will put it in the "to dos" for 1.1.0. Scot-- GS Jones wrote: