On Mon, Jul 07, 2008 at 02:26:57PM -0500, Vicki Abernathy wrote:
> I'm helping at a university and we're helping rural teachers in computer
> science. We are using Tuxpaint to show the elementary teachers a
> paint/drawing program that their young ones can use. The teachers have
> a question, how can one import sound to play while the kids' pictures
> are up or during the slide show? Also, can they customize the action
Hi Vicki - this is more of a question for 'tuxpaint-users', but I'll
answer it here on 'tuxpaint-devel'. (I'm also Cc'ing Vicki since it looks
like she's not actually subscribed to the list; at least not with the
address she tried to post from.)
Unfortunately, the Slide Show tool is pretty basic. No sound effects.
At some point in the future, I'd like to make a completely separate
presentation/animation program that integrates with Tux Paint, and it would
have this feature and, obviously, much more. I'd also like to add
sound-recording support, if possible. :)
As for changing the action sounds in Tux Paint, yes this is possible.
They are simply a collection of OGG (or perhaps some are also still WAV)
sound files that live in Tux Paint's folder.
What platform are you using Tux Paint on? (Windows? Mac? Linux?)
Thanks and good luck!
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