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2015/9/2

Value Display Tutorial

A tutorial showing how a value can be displayed in greenfoot.

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danpostdanpost

2016/4/17

@Singunner, review the previous comments on this scenario.
SingunnerSingunner

2016/4/18

I already read and review the previous comment on this scenario and did what you recommended to the previous commenter, but it doesn't work
danpostdanpost

2016/4/18

@Singunner, I am sure that your issue is not unique to this scenario. You are most probably getting the same message on all scenarios you try to access. There may also be a java setting that needs to be tweaked (java control panel).
SingunnerSingunner

2016/4/19

hmm... ok, so what I have to do? tweak the java abit?
danpostdanpost

2016/4/19

@Singunner, go to your control panel and click on the java icon (it might say 'Java (32-bit)'). Then go to the miscellaneous tab and make sure the Exceptions Site list includes the following entry: http://www.greenfoot.org/
danpostsBabe1danpostsBabe1

2016/4/19

fk u danpost, i cant open it. i tried everything you said. i can never trust you again. find someone else to be your babe. we are through dan. I'm done. Sorry. I guess this is goodbye. #VAPENATION
keizerbobkeizerbob

2016/4/20

The Windows Control Panel doesn't easily get you to the Java Control Panel (a separate utility). If you can open the JCP (search for it) there will be a place to add the Greenfoot URL danpost mentions above. I know because I just went through the painful experience of getting his Applet to run. (There was a little browser message hiding behind the big browser window saying the <APPLET> tag was being ignored.) Also, Java forced me to upgrade the JRE before I could fix the applet problem. So, danpostsBabe1, take another drag on your vape thingy and try again.
danpostdanpost

2016/4/20

When I click on the Start button (from my desktop) and select 'Control Panel', I get an icon for 'Java (32-bit) which can be clicked to open the Java Control Panel.
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on 2016-10-29 18:31:16 UTC Spelling correction + slight change in wording.
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