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Den 20.01.2014 15:57, skreiv Kracked_P_P---webmaster:
On 01/20/2014 05:49 AM, Kolbjørn Stuestøl wrote:
Den 19.01.2014 21:51, skreiv Denis J Navas:
From the integrated help, search for 'Logo':


Yes, I recognized this, and it is a good start, but I hoped to find some more tips on using LibreLogo or even someone using it. Tom: It looks like LobreLogo is one of the more or less hidden secrets of LibreOfice.

Page 18 gives you the needed extension, but it gives you the 1.0 version by default. You need to click on the 2.0 release version to download that one.
I am running LibreLogo on LibreOffice Do not know which LibreLogo version. It is a part of the package, not an extension. How to find LibreLogo in LibreOffice: View -> Toolbars -> Logo. Click on one of the icons on the Logo toolbar to get the turtle visible. In help, search for Logo and click on the "LibreLogo Toolbar".

I forgot about Logo. I remember seeing it over 20 years ago but never really had any need to learn it. For controlling a "robot", this would be the first step in learning how to move it the way you want to. I have a Robosapien X and it has controls for movement of left, right, forward, and back. So Logo can teach you how to think in terms of robot movement and then later "translate" what you learned to the type of movement a different "robot" uses, whether on wheels or legs. I still have not learn how to program my Christmas present to myself, i.e. the Robosapien X, since I have not had the time to do so.
Have fun with your robot. :-)

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