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  • #9134
    Joseph
    Keymaster

    Hi Everyone,

    I’m excited to announce that the beta version of the Crumble software for Chrome OS (Chromebooks) is available for testing:

    Crumble on Chrome Web Store

    Please feedback in this topic if you have any suggestions or find any bugs. Thanks for your patience!

    Version 0.0.12 (19th Feb 2019) includes all blocks except custom named variable blocks. The following limitations also apply:
    -File opening/saving is not yet available
    -Realtime monitoring of variable is not yet implemented
    -Undelete and duplicate are not yet implemented
    -The software will run offline, but you will need an internet connection to send a program to the Crumble (compilation is currently done in the cloud).

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    #9155
    bobhig
    Participant

    Hi,

    I have loaded and run the beta on an Acer R11 chromebook under both an ordinary account and a Google Suite for Education account. Connectivity and a very simple program running motors tested and all worked well.

    Bob.

    #9162
    Joseph
    Keymaster

    Hi Bob,

    Thanks for this! We’ve had a few beta testers feedback now and so far there haven’t been any problems, which is great news 🙂

    Joseph

    #18730
    bobhig
    Participant

    Hi

    Is there any news about a further release for chromeOS. In particular it would be great to have file saving and opening functionality available. We have migrated our primary school to chromebooks and cloudready and not having the ability for pupils to save / open their code is a bit of a barrier to their use in a classroom setting.

    Thanks very much.

    Bob.

    #19809
    bluecoatstrode
    Participant

    Hi

    Just wanted to second what Bob said. I had been relying on my desktop to allow some children to save and open files, but that has now been converted into a chunky Chromebook.
    Thanks

    James

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