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[ Re: generic classroom]

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Date: Wed, 12 Mar 1997 18:00:59 PST
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Subject: Re: generic classroom
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If this is the Ken/cdr classroom, it should have the help on it.

type help here.. of look at teh verbs on the generic.

His help is this:

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                        How To Use This Room
     To create new tables, desks, shelves, bulletin boards etc. use the
'@addfurniture' command. You can 'look', 'sit', or 'put' things on most
objects you create. While sitting you are heard only by others sitting
with you. If you 'stand' or 'speakup' everyone can hear you. 'Look' at
objects to see what's on them.
   look blackboard        sit Big Desk             @status
   writeb Hi There!       stand                    put map on Bulletin
   eraseb 4               speakup I think that..   get map
   to Ken Hi there!       look clock               look Big Desk
   cleanb                   - erase entire blackboard
   register/unregister Ken  - add/rm Ken from *current* class
   @addfurn/@rmfurn Desk    - add/remove a piece of describable furniture
   door open/closed         - restrict entry to persons in *current* class
   @mkclass/@rmclass Math   - add 'Math' to list of classes taught here
   @setup Math              - makes 'Math' the *current* class
   @stifle on/off           - disable seated persons emoting to everyone
   @sign on/off             - show 'this.session_msg' at @who command
   @authorize/@unauth Ken   - add/rm Ken from list of authorized users
   @restrictions on/off     - restrict Special verbs to authorized users
   @tutorial                - view a short tutorial on using classroom
   @fix                     - correct seating mixups if they occur

At 01:33 PM 3/12/97 PST, you wrote:
>Can anyone help me? I need to know how to erase a blackboard in a generic
>classroom, both by wiping the wole thing clean and by erasing line by line.
Isabel L. Danforth     Reference Librarian, Wethersfield Public Library     	Co-Director of Librarians' Online Support Team
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