[Bug 296933] Re: PC does not have 'view source' button
simon at mungewell.org
Tue Nov 11 22:25:15 GMT 2008
Sugar labs seem to think it's a large part of the Sugar interface.
>From the FAQ:
Sugar is based on Python, an interpreted language, allowing the direct appropriation of ideas: in whatever realm the learner is exploring—music, browsing, reading, writing, programming, graphics, etc.—they are able to drill deeper; they are not going to hit a wall, since they can, at every level, engage in debugging both their personal expression and the very tools that they use for that expression
The key code required is 236 or the key XF86Start.
That said, there are bigger fish to fry....
PC does not have 'view source' button
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PC does not have a view source button, to provide a way of viewing the underlying source of a Sugar application. This is one important feature of the Sugar system.
A 'standard' button should be selected, documented and remapped (possibly using 'xmodmap').
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