Monthly Archives: April 2011

mouse buttons and menus

My mouse is a Logitech Wireless Nano Mouse M305.  The default function of the mousewheel (button 3) is Zoom.  To be most useful for Smalltalk, the mousewheel function needed to be configured as Middle Button.  For Windows 7 this was … Continue reading

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performance testing spreadsheet

For anyone anyone so inclined to replicate the results, or update the results for subsequent releases of the Smalltalk systems, the linked spreadsheet Squeak Graphics Framework Performance Testing.ODF was used to generate the graphs in these articles: http://blog.openinworld.com/2011/03/morphic-performance/ http://blog.openinworld.com/2011/03/morphic-flavour-performance/ You … Continue reading

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workspace referencing to existing morphs

Flipping through Andy Burnett’s blog Learning Smalltalk he discusses in Getting a handle on objects from the Flaps how to get programmatic reference to morphs that have been created by direct manipulation – for example by being dragged on-screen from … Continue reading

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