[Sugar-devel] Tux Paint - Save and new
Alan Jhonn Aguiar Schwyn
alanjas at hotmail.com
Sun Oct 23 16:34:23 EDT 2011
why not improve the Paint Activity ??
> Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2011 22:17:58 +0200
> From: dvanassche at gmail.com
> To: alsroot at activitycentral.org
> CC: alanjas at hotmail.com; sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org
> Subject: Re: [Sugar-devel] Tux Paint - Save and new
> Can it be ported to python? just a quesstion, maybe a stupid one
> On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 7:15 PM, Aleksey Lim
> <alsroot at activitycentral.org> wrote:
> > On Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 09:12:31PM +0000, Alan Jhonn Aguiar Schwyn wrote:
> >> This was the comments from an Uruguayab teacher..
> >> I tell you why it is important for teachers to have the option within the program.
> >> When the teacher proposes to use will likely be to put together a sequence of something, having to close the program and reopen it for every film set, is somewhat cumbersome, especially with children in the early stages (initial, 1 and 2).
> >> Other: is very useful image file of the seals, especially when there are difficult to get them on the internet connection to be used in creating games of memory, for example, and any other proposal in which images are needed, especially if we consider that many of these are photos.
> >> Another advantage: the sheets are created within the program and open the option can be viewed all at once, allowing you to quickly eliminate those that do not serve us.
> >> Surely other teachers on the list you can add some more ...
> >> So, it's very good that can be saved in the journal and take pictures of him but would also be good to have the option to slide within the program.
> >> Last, I think what is more complicated obstacle of having to always open new business from home.
> >> Viewed from the standpoint of you, developers, avoid useless files
> >> Viewed from the perspective of teachers, we complicate our lives, we risk losing ongoing work in process if you do not remember to tell children
> >> marked "start again" when it comes to class assignments.
> >> It would be very interesting that we could ever make the proper connection and teacher developers to implement changes that are really useful for classroom use.
> >> I add another tip. My daughter draws very well and loves to draw. With 10 years I will not sit or Inkscape use The Gimp, I feel that use Tuxpaint. Okay, it's for his age, and really nice stuff out. But ups! draw something new means losing the previous job. Is that fair? No. No one uses a single sheet to draw, using multiple, and nobody thinks you delete a picture but perfect for another. It makes no sense.
> >> But I ask you a child has no right to be creative, draw a long and well? Why assume a priori that children draw more or less, to hang out and you're not cleared to "occupy" space?
> >> That is the other utility Tuxpaint slides.
> >> And please do not tell me that there is another program to do the same. Children are not graphic designers! They'll learn to use other programs.
> >> Resuming: she think that the "slides" view is necessary, maintenance the integration with the jounal...
> >> But make it is can be complicated, or not "optimized" function... A slow process:
> >> for each entry in the journal... if it's an image... scale to show.. show in the tuxpaint
> >> "Tux Paint will behave like regular activity but preserving useful features like Load/New."
> >> I think that is good idea..
> >> Another activitys have and dialog.. You can re-use it.. Like the Read activity...
> > hehe, not sure. TuxPaint is written in C.
> > Though, it is more a problem w/ time, I CCed Rafael who started
> > something, afaik. If there are other people who can help w/ adding
> > New/Open startup dialog (at the end, it shouldn't be hard, the dialog is
> > already importanted in Tuxpaint, the only thing that is needed is
> > popping it up on startup).
> > --
> > Aleksey
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