Friday, March 16, 2018

Plan of attack

Since I'm not using this blog for anything else, I might as well use it to make notes on my ID (Instructional Designer) project for work.

I can't get my ID project working solely through Adobe Animate CC, so here's what we're gonna do...
  1. Get ONE polygon to show up in an HTML5 Canvas. Since the polys published from Animate files are in CanvasJS/EaselJS, I'll have to use that because of the coordinate chaining, so...
    1a. Find CanvasJS/EaselJS tutorial and/or property lists. ( to the rescue again.)
  2. Get mouseover color change to work in first polygon.
  3. Add two rectangles of different colors.
  4. On clicking either rectangle, copy its fill color to "currentFill" or some such variable.
  5. On clicking the polygon, change its fill color to the "currentFill" value.
  6. Add 2nd polygon to canvas.
  7. Create multidimensional array to hold name & coordinates of both polygons, thereby giving me a shorthand way to access both properties (e.g., "poly[0][0]").
  8. Get mouseover color change to work on BOTH polygons using the polygon array.
  9. Click color rectangle to pick up its fill color.
  10. Click each polygon to change its fill color to the "colorFill" value.
  11. Use map as background of canvas.
  12. Position polygons in their correct locations on the map.
Not much to ask, right?

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Just FYI

I'm not really using this blog anymore, so feel free to delete the link.

Friday, July 28, 2017

July 27, last little bits

July 27th: Shutters up around office window, longhorns mounted, and improved plumbing in the master bath.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

July 5-11 last remodeling and pictures go up

July 5th:

July 8th:

July 11th:

July 1-3 remodel pix; moving furniture in!

July 1st:

July 2nd:

July 3rd:

June 27-29 remodel pix

June 27th:

June 28th:

June 29th: