Haiku instructions

Subject: Haiku instructions
From: Peter <pnewman1 -at- optonline -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2004 11:31:48 -0400

I ran across this set of instructions for use of a Java tool:

Notice how easy it is to read and understand. Since I am sending in plain
text, the HTML rendering of the tools does not appear. The original
instructions, together with the missing tool icons, written in standard tech
writing will seen if you click the link at the bottom of this page:

In the editor,
The canvas dominates all,
The tool-bar's on top.

Choose a different tool.
Your clicks upon the canvas
now serve different ends.

Clicks on the canvas
make new automaton states
when this tool's active.

This creates transitions.
>From one state to another
one may drag the mouse.

A table pops up
to define the transition.
When done, click elsewhere.

State or transitions
are removed from the canvas
through use of this tool.

This changes attributes.
A click edits transitions,
dragging states moves states.

Right click on a state.
A menu lets you make it
final or initial.

To switch tools quickly
without much mousing about
use the shortcut keys.

Tools each have tool-tips.
Mouse over a tool to see it.
The shortcut's shown there.

When you are finished,
to apply an operation,
choose from the menu.


Peter I wish I had written this.


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