TURTLE ART

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HINTS
Check out Project tab > Samples
Shows the sort of things that can be done and examples show how to us the blocks effectively

On the stage click the folder at the top right to hide your code blocks, this is useful if your code is blocking part of your work. (+2)
-Phoozle

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF TURTLE ART?

It's a bit like MSLogo. XD (+2)
Gruntyrumble, September 2

Fun little activity for someone who is willing to experiment out from normal blocks and shapes (+2)
Azumanga, September 2nd

I agree it's good and it is similar to scratch, though in a way it's very different. I believe it could become much better though! (+2)
Blosiacregrowner, September 2


I agree that the activity is fun and it's not all that hard to learn how to use it and as Blosiacregrowner said, The layout is similar to Scratch.
Sinister-Moon, September 8

ANY QUESTIONS?



How is stack used?
Answer: See the bird.ta example - build a stack and then call it with another script
- Kasparov, September 1

Can't see anyway to display number output on the screen?
eg. How do you find out what colour corresponds to what number?
Numbers > print: I can't get this print command to display anything?
- Kasparov, September 3

Answer: ROYGBIV, where R=0 and V=100 (roughly) but it is not easy to work out given inability to display numbers

Why doesn't the backspace work when you are editing the number values? (+2)
Gruntyrumble, September 4

When we save Turtle Art file then why does it save 2 copies of the file?
machineab1, September 8

I think turtle art is like a more advanced version of kid pics. the puzzle like things arn't as neat as scratch, wich makes it a bit ugly.
FluX september 11

ANY BUGS?

set pen size = 50 made a thin pen (?) - Kasparov, September 1

SCREENSHOT OF YOUR BEST TURTLE ART PRODUCTION
(see forum discussion for how to do screen shots)

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Screenshot by Kasparov: I wrote this script to find out what numbers represent which colours (September 3)\