I just thought I would quickly whip up a tut here. I thought maybe some of you might get confused about the new “Pages”.
Open up my GUI editor. Click “Add”, select “Page” from the sub menu. You’ll notice that now the “Selector” says “Page 1”, when ever you add a page to your project, you automatically go to that page. Now, click “Add” and select “Object” from the sub menu. Then select a “Button”. It will appear on the screen above the red line. Put the mouse cursor above the red line and to the right of the button. Now click the left mouse button once, and move your cursor upwards. Move it to: X = 8, Y = 32. Click the left mouse button again. Now click on the left side of the slider under the red line that says “Select page #”, I call this the “Selector” (Note: Before version 2 this was used to select objects, so don’t get confused, because now it selects pages instead). This will bring you to page 0. When on page zero, add another button. This time lets to it differently. Go up and place your mouse cursor about where the button on the other page is, don’t worry, it doesn’t need to be exact. Now click with your right mouse button, or press space. When the “Popup-menu” appears, select “Add…”, than “Object” than “Button”. This will place a button right where your mouse cursor is. You’ll notice how ever that it didn’t snap the button to the gird, maybe I should change this? Anyway, don’t try to change its position by typing, X=8, Y=32 into the position boxes. The position boxes are relitive to it’s starting point, so that doesn’t work. The way to do it is to grab it with the mouse, move it down to 0,0 and set it there. Then you can type 8,32 into the position boxes. Allot harder that just using the “Add” button huh’? Anyhow, I just wanted to do that to show you it CAN be done. Now for the pages. Add two “Toggle” buttons. Place the first one at 0,0. Now select it and press “Shift+d”. Move the duplicated toggle button to 64,0. After this is done, name both of them “Page 1” and “Page 2” respectively. Now select “Page 1” and click the “Toggle Page” button down in the properties. Now select “Page 2”, press space, and select “Send to page…” from the popup-menu. Now select “Page 2” from the 2nd popup-menu. This will send the toggle button “Page 2” to page 2, and then bring you to page 2. The reson I did all that was to get the toggle buttons alligned. I think it is easier to get buttons on different pages alligned that way. Anyhow, now on page 2, select the toggle button “Page 2” and click “Toggle Page”, which tells my compiler that “this toggle button is the handle for this page”. Now save your project by clicking “Save” and typing “myproject.pjr” -> Save. Now compile your project by clicking “Compile” select myproject.py and click “Compile”. Now goto the scripts window, select File->Open, open myproject.py, and press Alt+P
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