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al4he6 [Need More Samples]
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al4he6 [Need Better Tutorials]
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-The app seems great, but it's not very appoachable from a new person stand point.+The app seems great, but it's not very approachable from a new person stand point.
  
 I spent the better part of last night just trying to get an image and a text box to appear where I want them too. I never succeeded. I spent the better part of last night just trying to get an image and a text box to appear where I want them too. I never succeeded.
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 I am really hoping to use the app, but as it stands I just end up getting frustrated. I am really hoping to use the app, but as it stands I just end up getting frustrated.
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 //In response to above me, I know what you're saying, yet the approach I have taken is to try and go back to the basics of JavaScript regardless of what I feel my skill level is. I don't know how much you know compared to myself, but I know I felt that way, and after reviewing things even if I can't make an app with droidscript it was a quick way to experiment with code and visualize it relatively quickly. It helped  to just change things around a lot, and refresh the device to see the response and then derive the function's behavior. Just my take on it, but I am definitely just an amateur/hobbyist coder, so this could be useless to you but hopefully someone will benefit. //In response to above me, I know what you're saying, yet the approach I have taken is to try and go back to the basics of JavaScript regardless of what I feel my skill level is. I don't know how much you know compared to myself, but I know I felt that way, and after reviewing things even if I can't make an app with droidscript it was a quick way to experiment with code and visualize it relatively quickly. It helped  to just change things around a lot, and refresh the device to see the response and then derive the function's behavior. Just my take on it, but I am definitely just an amateur/hobbyist coder, so this could be useless to you but hopefully someone will benefit.
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 But what things I can set for 'options' and 'type' or other? In lots of other built in descriptions this isn't given for example in app.CreateSynth(type); But what things I can set for 'options' and 'type' or other? In lots of other built in descriptions this isn't given for example in app.CreateSynth(type);
 PLEASE ADD IT TO ALL BUILT IN DESCRIPTIONS AND OTHER WHERE THIS IS THE CASE!! PLEASE ADD IT TO ALL BUILT IN DESCRIPTIONS AND OTHER WHERE THIS IS THE CASE!!
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 +Most of the options are now listed in the docs that come with DroidScript. There is a copy at https://symdstools.github.io/Docs/docs/app_All.htm but you are welcome to add them to the Wiki if you think they are still needed
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