• PinhoBD

    @Tonnoaw I would also try to import game_menu.py and build a menu with title and option selection buttons. So, rather than setting “cheat” mode in the script, define a mode button for a non-programmer to change mode of operation.

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  • PinhoBD

    Very interesting game. For similar game idea for young children, I would change mines into coins (or even Easter eggs) and count how many touches it takes to collect how many coins.

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  • PinhoBD

    Thank you. I finally saw the file I imported a few hours before. Now I believe I did the right things. If I can repeat it the second time, I should be able to repeat it again and again. I appreciate your help!!

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  • PinhoBD

    @cvp Hi, I tried your approach: +, import, files, Browse, and pick an image file, say, abc.jpg. It imported the file into the current directory, say, /Examples/abc.jpg and the image of abc. But when I checked the + at the lower right corner of the script editor, then clicked open files. There is neither image of abc nor abc.jpg file. I would like to import an image file into + / images/files, so that I can easily enter the image using ui.Imag e.named().I did try many times and some how I did succeed once,but I couldn’t repeat. Please help. Thanks a lot.

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