Difference between revisions of "Machinations Tool"

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There is also an Adobe Air application available for download: [http://www.jorisdormans.nl/machinations/Machinations.air Machinations.air]. Of course you will need the Adobe Air framework to run it.
 
There is also an Adobe Air application available for download: [http://www.jorisdormans.nl/machinations/Machinations.air Machinations.air]. Of course you will need the Adobe Air framework to run it.
  
And I need to check where submitted diagrams end up...
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Submitted diagrams appear in the wiki directory. So you should be able to reference a submitted pattern by using
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<embed src="../Machinations.swf&file=YourDiagramName.xml" width="800x" height="600px">
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</embed>>
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or
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<embed src="../MachinationsPlayer.swf&file=YourDiagramName.xml" width="600x" height="600px">
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</embed>>
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or
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<embed src="../MachinationsSmallPlayer.swf&file=YourDiagramName.xml" width="600x" height="400px">
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</embed>>

Revision as of 22:30, 15 June 2009

Use this tool to create diagrams. Explanation will follow shortly.

There is also an Adobe Air application available for download: Machinations.air. Of course you will need the Adobe Air framework to run it.

Submitted diagrams appear in the wiki directory. So you should be able to reference a submitted pattern by using

<embed src="../Machinations.swf&file=YourDiagramName.xml" width="800x" height="600px"> </embed>>

or

<embed src="../MachinationsPlayer.swf&file=YourDiagramName.xml" width="600x" height="600px"> </embed>>

or

<embed src="../MachinationsSmallPlayer.swf&file=YourDiagramName.xml" width="600x" height="400px"> </embed>>