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Text and Sound in Alice Worlds
Text in Alice Worlds <ul><li>There are five ways to show text in Alice:  </li></ul><ul><li>by using the say primitive meth...
The Say and Think Methods  <ul><li>The say and think methods can be used to show  an object’s words or thoughts, as in car...
The Say and Think Methods <ul><li>Clicking  more…  in the say or think method tiles will reveal five additional parameters...
The Say and Think Methods  <ul><li>These parameters can be used to manipulate the look of say and think bubbles. </li></ul>
The Print Instruction <ul><li>The print instruction can be used to display text in  a special zone below the playing world...
The print instruction is at the bottom of  the editor area
It can be used with the string functions found on the world’s functions tab.
3D Text  <ul><li>3D text can be used to add titles to Alice worlds. </li></ul>
3D text objects can be created from the Alice local gallery, or by using the file menu.
Billboard Objects  <ul><li>Billboards are picture files added to Alice worlds as flat, two dimensional objects. </li></ul>
Billboard Objects  <ul><li>A billboard can be used to show instructions or other messages in Alice worlds. </li></ul>
There is an option on the file menu to create a billboard object from a picture file.
Billboard and 3D Text Objects  <ul><li>Billboards and 3D text can be manipulated through their properties and methods just...
Sound in Alice Worlds Sounds can be added to an Alice world by using an object’s primitive  play sound  method. Any object...
Sound in Alice Worlds The  play sound  method has a menu of pre-recorded sounds that can be used with an object.
Sound in Alice Worlds The  play sound  method has a menu of pre-recorded sounds that can be used with an object. The menu ...
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    1. 1. Text and Sound in Alice Worlds
    2. 2. Text in Alice Worlds <ul><li>There are five ways to show text in Alice: </li></ul><ul><li>by using the say primitive method </li></ul><ul><li>by using the think primitive method </li></ul><ul><li>by using the print instruction </li></ul><ul><li>by adding 3D text as an Alice object </li></ul><ul><li>by placing a picture file with an image of text in an Alice world as a billboard </li></ul>
    3. 3. The Say and Think Methods <ul><li>The say and think methods can be used to show an object’s words or thoughts, as in cartoons. </li></ul>
    4. 4. The Say and Think Methods <ul><li>Clicking more… in the say or think method tiles will reveal five additional parameters: </li></ul>
    5. 5. The Say and Think Methods <ul><li>These parameters can be used to manipulate the look of say and think bubbles. </li></ul>
    6. 6. The Print Instruction <ul><li>The print instruction can be used to display text in a special zone below the playing world window. </li></ul>
    7. 7. The print instruction is at the bottom of the editor area
    8. 8. It can be used with the string functions found on the world’s functions tab.
    9. 9. 3D Text <ul><li>3D text can be used to add titles to Alice worlds. </li></ul>
    10. 10. 3D text objects can be created from the Alice local gallery, or by using the file menu.
    11. 11. Billboard Objects <ul><li>Billboards are picture files added to Alice worlds as flat, two dimensional objects. </li></ul>
    12. 12. Billboard Objects <ul><li>A billboard can be used to show instructions or other messages in Alice worlds. </li></ul>
    13. 13. There is an option on the file menu to create a billboard object from a picture file.
    14. 14. Billboard and 3D Text Objects <ul><li>Billboards and 3D text can be manipulated through their properties and methods just like other objects can be. </li></ul>
    15. 15. Sound in Alice Worlds Sounds can be added to an Alice world by using an object’s primitive play sound method. Any object can play a sound.
    16. 16. Sound in Alice Worlds The play sound method has a menu of pre-recorded sounds that can be used with an object.
    17. 17. Sound in Alice Worlds The play sound method has a menu of pre-recorded sounds that can be used with an object. The menu also has options to import other sound files or to record your own sounds.
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