[Blindmath] Bug Fix: Version 0.0.20a of SVGDraw01 is now available for download
baldwin at dickbaldwin.com
Thu Dec 29 15:21:12 CST 2011
Shortly after uploading Version 0.0.20 last evening, I discovered a minor
bug in the new narrow-angle search probe of AudioTac.
Version 0.0.20a, which corrects that problem is now posted at:
http://www.austincc.edu/baldwin/SWT-SVG/SVGDraw01.zip and is available for
Other than the version number, everything in the earlier message shown
below still applies.
On Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 3:55 PM, Richard Baldwin <baldwin at dickbaldwin.com>wrote:
> Although the name of the program is SVGDraw01, this is not a posting
> about SVG. Instead, this is a posting about making it possible for blind
> people to communicate with the rest of the world through the use of the
> mathematical concepts embodied in the Cartesian Coordinate System.
> Version 0.0.20 of my drawing program for blind users is now posted at:
> http://www.austincc.edu/baldwin/SWT-SVG/SVGDraw01.zip and is available
> for immediate downloading.
> There are several new features in this version, including the addition of
> the Vector as a primitive shape type. The new features are highlighted at
> the beginning of the user instructions, which are attached to this message.
> To use this free program and begin creating drawings of your own, you
> simply need to download the zip file using the link that is provided above.
> Next, you need to extract all of the material from the zip file into an
> empty folder being careful to preserve the directory tree structure. Don't
> extract into the root directory. One user has reported problems accessing
> the Help file when the contents of the zip file were extracted into the
> root folder.
> Execute the file named RunSVGDraw01.bat to run the program. You may get a
> warning that the program came from an unidentified source. Only you can
> decide whether to ignore the warning and run the program, or to cancel out.
> It is not necessary for you to have Java or any other special software
> installed on your computer to run this program. You should even be able to
> extract the contents of the zip file onto a USB flash drive and run the
> program on any Windows system, Version XP or later, with 32-bit or 64-bit
> hardware. Of course, you don't have to use a USB flash drive, I mention
> that simply to emphasize the flexibility that you have with the program.
> When the program starts, you will land on Home Base from which you can
> press F1 to open the help file, or select any of the actions provided by
> the menus. Instructions for opening the menus are printed on Home Base.
> Alternatively, you can simply open the file named SvgDraw01.Instructions.htm
> in your browser and read the instructions without running the program. As
> mentioned above, a copy of the instruction file is attached to this message.
> baldwin at dickbaldwin.com
> Richard G. Baldwin (Dick Baldwin)
> Home of Baldwin's on-line Java Tutorials
> Professor of Computer Information Technology
> Austin Community College
> (512) 223-4758
> mailto:Baldwin at DickBaldwin.com
Richard G. Baldwin (Dick Baldwin)
Home of Baldwin's on-line Java Tutorials
Professor of Computer Information Technology
Austin Community College
mailto:Baldwin at DickBaldwin.com
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