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Color Tracking Found/Lost Scripts?

I would like the robot to say I see the ball. Where did the Ball go. I know how to make him say the text. Just HOW do you tell him it is lost or found?? What happened to that script? It was a NEAT feature to have on your robot.

Thanks,

P.S. The reasons for so many questions, is that I am going over ALL of the Tutorials AND the videos. Also in a couple of days, I will be starting back on my robot.


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#1  
I have read all that I know how to read twice and have looked at the videos. IF they are there, I guess I will eventually see them. I always read before asking. But, I have Attention Deficit Disorder and I also have much memory loss. I am not trying to be a problem. I am just participating. Probably if it were a snake it would have bitten me already.
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Synthiam
#2  
Every control in ARC has a config button. Press the config button on the camera control. Look around and you will see what you are looking for. This applies to all controls.
#3  
Thank You so much. I hope you are not mad.

I looked at the configuration on the camera control. I worked in the past with the tracking settings. I also see Scripts, and others as well as script help. I see the place to enter the script. Maybe there are tools here to build the script. But, I don't see ANY scripts about "Found Ball" or "Lost Ball."

I am sorry. :-(
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Synthiam
#4  
Hate to sound like a broken record, but "have you looked at any examples"?

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#5  
Thank YOU, I just found them in Examples. I did not see them in camera configuration. Thank you for your time. I think I am all set now.

:-)