Text Editor (made in Snap!)
(Based on my remix of the Typewriter custom block by Jens)
A tinkerer - see https://forum.snap.berkeley.edu/t/the-mind-blind-approach/7404
The project, presented in this talk, started as a remix of Jens' typewriter project https://forum.snap.berkeley.edu/t/typing-test-program/5982/11 based on his "key name pressed?" custom block to which more (punctuation) keys were added.
And, voila, here we have a simple but fun text editor.
Automatic new-line tags insertion (to prevent word splitting), while playing with the font resizing (on the fly), will be demonstrated.
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