August 28, 2016
by D. P. Story
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Using Stamps in a Matching Game: Custom Messaging, Part 1

This article demonstrates how to make simple modifications to the messages of the DAD Game (Drag and Drop). The game is produced by the aeb_dad package.

You play the `game’ by dragging a presidential picture and dropping it into a  rectangle corresponding to that president’s name. As you do so, alert boxes  appear with a message indicating your are right or wrong. The messages in the alert boxes are the default ones, and are the same for each of the  presidential choices. Continue Reading →

August 28, 2016
by D. P. Story
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Using Stamps in a Matching Game: Custom Messaging, Part 2

This article is a continuation of It is recommended that you read that article first. In the first article, we demonstrated how to modify the messages the player views as he/she drags and drops the stamps to their targets. The messages were all the same (static), except for a dynamic part of the message that presented some statistics. In this article, we show how to offer a different message for each of the stamps. Continue Reading →

July 22, 2015
by D. P. Story
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The AeB Pro Package: Proofing rollovers on paper

This lengthy article covers topics that support proof reading PDF document that contain rollovers created by the AeB Pro package. The proofing takes place on paper; techniques, commands, and environments are provided to give a readable version  of the rollover help messages. AeB Pro dated 2015/07/22 or later is required.

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