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Title: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: GwenArBreizhou on March 28, 2009, 10:48:26 pm
Hi,
I've just asked for "Projectile Orbits and Satellite orbits simulation" zip file, got it on my computer and wonder if I can upload them in my Guppy based website
http://gwenaelm.free.fr/2008-9

Thanks a lot for reply and for all your simulations,


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on March 28, 2009, 10:56:44 pm
Yes. You can with the following conditions:
1. Your web site should be freely available to all users.
2. Add a link back to our original web URL.

And please add a message with a link to your web page at the same simulation topic.


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: GwenArBreizhou on March 28, 2009, 11:05:51 pm
Thanks for your so quick reply,
I'm trying to translate the simulation now but if I found how to translate the title and text, I wonder how to do it for the simulation itself (I mean the words like Reset, Back, Start ...).
I don't understand either what is the "Full" checkbox for ? So how to translate it ??

Regards,


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on March 28, 2009, 11:43:58 pm
Click that checkbox with label "full":

The projectile will penetrate the earth, as if all the mass of the earth were concentrated at center of mass.

This options just to show that: the trajectile of the projectile motion is actually part of an ellipse.
Try it!
Please check out  Projectile Orbits and Satellite orbits (http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/ntnujava/index.php?topic=398.0)


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: GwenArBreizhou on March 28, 2009, 11:56:07 pm
So I have finished to translate the simulation. I've pressed twice the button so the translated data should have been saved. But where ? Does it mean that you get them now on your server ?

If not, I quote them here
Quote

Démonstration en flash (5Mb)



Newton avait observé que n'importe quel projectile lancé horizontalement est, dans une certaine mesure, un satellite de la Terre. Un caillou jeté du haut d'un édifice suit modestement une orbite qui croise la Terre pas loin de son point de lancement.
 Si ce caillou était lancé avec une vitesse initiale plus grande, il voyagerait plus loin. D'augmenter encore la vitesse initiale aurait comme conséquence des trajectoires elliptiques toujours plus grandes et plus arrondies et un point d'impact toujours plus éloigné. Et finalement, on atteindra la vitesse particulière de lancement à laquelle le caillou restera en permanence juste au-dessus de la surface de notre planète sans jamais retomber sur terre.
Si on continue à augmenter la vitesse de lancement, le caillou suivra des orbites de plus en plus elliptiques jusqu'à ce qu'il soit lancé tellement fort qu'il disparaisse dans l'espace en suivant une orbite parabolique voire hyperbolique et ne revienne jamais à son point de départ.



Dans cet applet java, vous pouvez changer la vitesse de lancement d'un simple clic de souris.

      Cliquez + pour augmenter la vitesse de lancement.
        Cliquez - pour diminuer la vitesse de lancement.


Appuyez alors sur Start pour lancer le projectile.
Appuyez sur Reset pour ramener les paramètres à leurs valeurs par défaut.
La flèche rouge représente le vecteur vitesse.
Cliquez à l'extrémité du vecteur avec le bouton gauche de votre souris et déplacez la pour changer la vitesse.
Cliquez droit pour arrêter l'animation, cliquez de nouveau pour la relancer.

Quand est-ce que le projectile commence à tourner sans toucher le sol ?
Quand est-ce que le mouvement devient circulaire ?

Lancez-vous dans cette animation pour répondre à ces questions et faites vous plaisir.

Activez l'option full et découvrez ce qui se passe.

And as the simulation itself is concerned, how can I translate "Back", "Start" ... ?

Regards,


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: GwenArBreizhou on March 29, 2009, 12:55:14 am
I've made my own translated file to insert in my web site
You can see the result at
http://gwenaelm.free.fr/2008-9/plugins/iconeframe/115/frame.php?lng=fr

By the way, why doesn't my signature appear in my messages ?

Regards,


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on March 29, 2009, 08:05:51 am
You will find "There are 6 translations, ..." and a selection list, the last one is your translation, if you view Projectile Orbits and Satellite orbits (http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/ntnujava/index.php?topic=398.0) again.

Select the list you have select , and you will find translated result.

About the Strings need to be translated in the simulation. I forgot to add those parameters in the applet tag.
I just added those. Please click the translation button again.
You will find a table for you to translate those strings. (check out the following attached image file)
Please do the translation and download it again!

You are welcomed to check out Translate Strings into local language format (http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/ntnujava/index.php?topic=100.0) if you want to do it manually.


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: GwenArBreizhou on March 31, 2009, 03:46:49 am
Hi,
I tried again tonight but cannot find the table you were talking about. All I got is what is shown below


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on March 31, 2009, 07:59:26 am
You should be able to find the table now. Please load it again!


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: GwenArBreizhou on April 01, 2009, 04:51:46 am
Did you get the translation ?
I did it this afernoon but when I click on "save the data ..." nothing happened and I'm quite sure that everything was allright.

Regards,


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on April 01, 2009, 07:42:27 am
The only change when you click the save button is:

 There is a new "download button" shown for you to download the web page you have translated!

 The following attached image shows what user will see (partially) when they select your translated web page. 

Did you also translate String in the applet? (In the table below the simulation).
The data shown that you did not translate those strings.
The String need to be translated are:
Code:
<param name="Reset" value="Reset">
<param name="Start" value="Start">
<param name="Time" value="Time">
<param name="-" value="-">
<param name="+" value="+">
<param name="full" value="full circulation">
<param name="back" value="back">
<param name=" s" value=" s">


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: GwenArBreizhou on April 02, 2009, 03:33:35 am
Ok, it seems allright now except for the word Time. I wrote "Temps" but it doesn't appeared ;o((


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on April 02, 2009, 06:40:34 am
It should be fine now. One of the parameter should be "Time=" but I put "Time" so it is not a match for translation. It is fixed now. Thank you!


Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: jubert123 on April 22, 2009, 09:14:10 am
                  Finally yes, if you have access to your account in your website.

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Title: Re: Can I use your files in my website ?
Post by: KielSolomon18 on May 05, 2009, 01:21:03 pm
                          My suggestion in choosing topic is choose what is related in this season.


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