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more explanation needed
by whom , are you blocked
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Unlikely. The drawing tool was explicitly made async to fit in with the rest of the workflow of answering questions on OpenStudy. A live version means you can only see the way an answer was achieved by being there when it is being done. This version means you can have actual conversations, prompts, etc, with drawings, and with every step preserved.
No. I mean something like if i'm writing a long working.. I want the user to see it too the way i'm doing. Like in the case of proportions|dw:1349117075087:dw|Now if i'm showing the workings, the user get's confused in the working.. The live option will allow the users to understand the working more effectively. --- Now the question arises, what about the person who is offline? If the user is offline, the drawing will be the same. But ofcourse with no live thingy.
So, like a Draw Something-like Drawing Playback?
A recording of your drawing step-by-step? Nice idea. That would be useful to users that are offline during the 'session'. They can come back to their question and watch the recording.
Recording will be nice too. But i think it's difficult for OS! What i want is, if 2 people are viewing the question and i'm solving it. The should see what i'm doing.. Later if the person is offline, then he would ONLY see that drawn image.
I think saif is trying to say that if one person who is answering the question is drawing then the asker will be able to see the live drawing of the answerer.
In other words, yes^
^ exactly. Actually twiddla already offers these features but we want it on Os.