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if you look at this document here (yes yes it's Google docs. It was easiest way to share and get comments from others) you'll see I'm trying to describe a different approach to speech driven programming. What I could use here from the LO folks is how can I implement a simulation of the user interface in impress.

        classfield = attribute get ("extended class" u'').strip()
        IDfield = attrib.get('xid', u'').strip()
        stylefield = attrib.get('style', u'').strip()

I want the animation to go through the following script:

type in"      classfield =
shows speech bubble containing "attribute get" and then slowly type in the same words. Repeat the bubble and text several times for the rest of the line

Then show the cursor move back to the "attribute get" and speech bubbles says "toggle word". The phrase "attribute get is replaced with new phrase after the old one transition out and the new one transitions in.

I don't even know where I would start to look for the answers on this one. I would appreciate some help.


--- eric

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