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Desktop App: Beta testers

May 28, 2018 at 2:17pm

Desktop App: Beta testers

May 28, 2018 at 2:17pm (Edited 4 years ago)
We were getting ready to ship the desktop app for Spectrum, and we could use some beta testers! (push notifications 😍) Let us know below if you want to test it out and I'll get y'all a build very soon.
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May 29, 2018 at 2:38am
Alejandro, what is Figma? Looking forward to learning all that I can about these systems.
Which course ? Not sure what you’re referring to.
OK, sorry. I'm exploring the Elements of AI course that is being run by the University of Helsinki, and that is how I encountered Spectrum. As I am new to the UofH course, I thought that you might be related to one another. Apparently not. But congratulations on the exposure that you are gaining by supporting the UofHelsinki course as the forum for peer discussion. My question #1 is whether Spectrum offers a manual or guide to the tools available and how to access them. Question #2 is to learn more about Spectrum and its potential as an environment to support student discussion and collaborative learning. Thank you, Linda

May 29, 2018 at 2:40pm
Hello , Figma is a design tool, like sketch or illustrator. You can run Figma in your browser.
pretty coooool👩‍💻😍
/me raises hand
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Note: you may have to go into your security/privacy settings to open the app while we await our developer certificate from Apple:
Press 'Open Anyway' on this screen
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Then 'Open' on this dialog
As always, we're really keen for feedback and bug reports. We know that this first cut is a bit rough around the edges, but we'll be iterating here as quickly as possible!
but that download is only a screenshot?
CMD + [/] doesn't work.
CMD + H doesn't work.
(these are all sent with love BTW)
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Of course! We definitely expect a lot of initial issues like that
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