[Bug 296933] Re: PC does not have 'view source' button

mungewell 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:
http://sugarlabs.org/go/Community/FAQ#What_makes_Sugar_different_from_other_educational_software_platforms.3F
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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
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The key code required is 236 or the key XF86Start.

That said, there are bigger fish to fry....
Simon.

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PC does not have 'view source' button
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/296933
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Bug description:
Binary package hint: sugar

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').

Cheers,
Mungewell.



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