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Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on June 10, 2008 01:27 PM
You should also note that some very useful configuration switches are available like:
- full screen mode
- lock mouse inside tuxpaint window (so the kid won't click anything dangerous on daddy's desktop)
- disable "quit" button
- disable printing or limit printing to 1 printout every n seconds (to save your precious ink)
- limit text tool to uppercase (for kids that are begginer readers)
- saving modes (auto overwrite, auto save-as-new - if you don't want tuxpaint to ask the kid "do you want to overwrite?")
and many more...

Great toy for kids from 2 to 100 :)



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