SPIN WHEEL. Student picker flash or ppt file.

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  • #2355
    hotchillies
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    Hi All. Ive been searching for a cool spinning wheel student picker, flash or ppt file.
    Can anybody share or know where I can get one please and thankyou. Ive tried online but could not find suitable one. any response appreciated.

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  • #2356
    Mr C
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    Hi!

    Well, I’m not really sure what you’re describing, unless spinning wheel is one of those randomizer things. If so, I took the one from the What does the fox say game and stripped out all the fox stuff and put on a blue arrow. I think the colors are cool, personally, but you decide.

    Rather than create a new “pie” background, I just added a couple of lines, to see how easy it is. It’s pretty easy. Just select one that I added (between 5 and 6) and copy it. Then move it to where you want it. Next go into the object menu and go to the selection window (nearby move to front, etc). Move the object down until it is below “Picture 4” so it doesn’t interfere with the action box. Keep adding until you have the lines you need.

    I hope this helps. Fortunately I have no classes today so I have time on my hands.

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  • #2358

    Andy
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    I can probably throw something together for you after work. You want to choose how many options there are and then just spin a wheel, wheel of fortune style? Is it okay if it is web-based?

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    Andy
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    Damnit Mr C!

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    • #2369
      Mr C
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      Please go ahead and make something. Mine is far from perfect …

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  • #2370

    Andy
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    Here is a spinner that I made. You can choose between 1-50 segments and how much power you want to “spin” with.

    I literally had never looked at JavaScript prior to yesterday, though, so if you see any glaring bugs let me know and I will work them out.

    Incidentally, was thinking of allowing the user to enter names instead of numbers, but I can’t think of a way to do it that isn’t unwieldy.

    Anyway, hope you like it.

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    • #2371
      Mr C
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      Much better than mine!

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    • #2372

      Andy
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      Thank you, sir.

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