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Hi can someone please tell me what these are and where are they in the pallete? thanks!!

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@j49sun wrote:

Hi can someone please tell me what these are and where are they in the pallete? thanks!!


THey are property nodes and they are located here:

 

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Tim
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aeastet, what do you use to get those screenshots? The only program I know of is Jing but it requires an account. Is there something else that does not?

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@SteveChandler wrote:

aeastet, what do you use to get those screenshots? The only program I know of is Jing but it requires an account. Is there something else that does not?


It looks like he edited a full screen capture in MS paint

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It is a full screen shot (print screen). Then I use Fireworks to edit and add the box and drop shadow.

Tim
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It is funny but I never thought of capturing a right click menu that way. I have always used the ALT key to get a single window and that kills the right click menu. I didn't realize that a full screen capture does not.

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Ctrl+Alt+PrtScrn  doesn't kill the RCM's or Floaters

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Thanks guys! I have one more question. I have a stop button in a while loop but every time i press it, it runs one more time before coming to a hault. How can I fix this glitch?

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Make sure your loop code runs before the stop button is read.  About the only real use left for the sequence structure

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