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Creator:  Jürg Lehni
Date:  17. June 2006, 02:25

The tree script lets the user draw a line, which is then tranformed into a tree by recursively adding the same line, changing size and angle and adding random variations.

Please note:

This script is now included in the Examples/Tools folder in the Scriptographer package.

How does it work?
From:  Pedro_
Date:  23. June 2006, 12:53

Hi. I installed Scriptographer using the forum's instructions (I'm using CS2 by the way.), but nothing seems to work.

When run (execute) the tree script (the one I was after) it doesn't produce anything...

Can you publish a small tutorial on how to use the scripts? Or at least help me get started and I'll be more than glad to write you the tutorials...


Re: How does it work?
From:  Jürg Lehni
Date:  23. June 2006, 12:58

Tutorials are on the way, but as this is a spare time project, it might take some more days.
Until then, have a look at this screencast to get an overview over the interactive tools.

Re: How does it work?
From:  Pedro_
Date:  23. June 2006, 16:00

Uau! It really works great!

The screencast showed it all working. If you can manage to caption it as Simon said,... there would be no need for a more extensive tutorial.

Re: How does it work?
From:  Tiffany
Date:  22. August 2006, 20:56

I must be missing something still. I'm running Illustrator 10 and my I'm running Mac OS X 10.4.7. Double clicking opens tree.js in Dreamweaver. How do I set it up to work through Illustrator? I would appreciate any help.


Re: How does it work?
From:  Richard
Date:  24. July 2008, 06:01

Same problem, the .js is launching Dw. I'm on PC.

Re: How does it work?
From:  salbei
Date:  31. July 2008, 13:52

copy the file into your 'scriptographer scripts' folder....

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