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StoryHarp & IF
StoryHarp & Java
Playing StoryHarp audioventuresWhen you open StoryHarp you will see the player window. The player window stays open the whole time you are using StoryHarp. At the top of the player window is an area called the transcript in which the story unfolds (if you can’t see a transcript, turn the Settings | Show Transcript option on). Below the transcript is a list of commands, or things you can say. To play an audioventure, you say or click on any of the commands in the list. The player window If you do not want to edit audioventures, you can turn off the editor portion of StoryHarp using the “/p” command line argument. See Using StoryHarp as a player only. Working with audioventure sessions Making new sessions and opening sessions Saving a session Playing an audioventure session Listening to (or reading) the audioventure Saying (or choosing) commands Undoing and redoing commands Tips for playing Audioventures Changing options Setting the sounds and music directory Changing voice, sound and music settings Changing the Agent character
Updated: March 10, 1999. Questions/comments on site to email@example.com.
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