Literature and Language – Creating Notecard
This is a challenge intended primarily for those who are new to Second Life.
A notecard is the method that Second Life provides for storing and passing textual information. You can also store other items in a notecard, such as landmarks, textures, objects, and even other notecards. Unfortunately, you cannot format the text in a notecard, so you cannot use bold or italics, or change text font or size.
1. Create a new notecard.
To see how, watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Faoq3mmuZo
2. Choose some text to copy.
Go to Cold Shot Plays. This will give you a page containing some original plays created by our Flash & Dash group. Open one of the PDF files that you find there, and pick out a few lines of dialog that you like.
3. Copy and paste your text into a notecard.
Use your cursor to highlight some lines from the PDF file, then right-click and choose Copy. Then click inside the notecard that you created, right-click and choose Paste. Finally, click the Save button.
4. Drag & drop your notecard into a WBH drop box.
There is a drop box located outside the entrance to the library. You can also drop your notecard into any of the other WBH drop boxes located around Inspiration Island.