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    Beginners Tutorial: Koolmoves and Sound

    A super simple way to add sound to your Koolmoves project.


    http://etuom.blogspot.com/2010/08/ko...and-sound.html


    very short - more to follow.
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    Here is the follow up...how to pass the sound object into a soundChannel and manipulate it with a muteButton using the soundTransform class in a function.

    http://etuom.blogspot.com/2010/08/mu...annel-and.html

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    Nice job on both of those! Keep up the good work!

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    Easy to follow and to the point. Also, you have kept it light and given it a personal touch. I appreciate these qualities. They make the tutorial digestible and engaging.
    Are you thinking of adding screen captures?

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    Yeah, probably should add some captures. I have been exploring google sites and thought I'd move the tutorials there instead of a Blog. Of course, a Koolmoves site is what I really should have! But I don't have my web server space anymore and I'll be changing ISP's soon. This will have to do for now. Plus they search well in Google.

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    How would you ideally want to set up a KoolMoves site to best give access to your tutorials? And in what ways would that be better than having them on a blog? Does your blog let you post youtube tutorials?

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    Well there are somethings I like about the google sites for something like this over a koolmoves site. Mostly the ability to scale the page according to content. I like a website over a blog because there is more flexibility in the layout. I can post youTube videos which would be nice as long as they can be presented well. I was thinking about experimenting with that. Here is the link to the website version on Google sites:

    https://sites.google.com/site/eyegorsplace/

    I transferred a couple of tutorials there to see how they look. I've got my head into enough different things that my blog is turning into a mish-mash of content...

    One thing I like about written content over video is the ability to follow at your own pace...video is good for demonstration I think....what is your opinion? Anyone else?
    Last edited by etuom; 08-18-2010 at 01:07 PM.

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    Perhaps it is too early to choose, I bet your google site design is still evolving. But so far I prefer the blog's look and feel...its subtle shades, clearer type, eye-friendly reduced column width and navigation unobtrusively on the right. On the other hand, I can see how the blog structure might get cumbersome over time, especially with your numerous interests.
    Looking forward to your KoolMoves site if and when it comes.
    Here is a site I admire for structure, design and content:
    http://lab.andre-michelle.com/
    It offers quite a bit in an inviting and easy manor.

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