Simple random number generator?



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Hello Alexander,
Great work! I’m also interested, if you can send me the link. We would like to use for a role-playing game.
Thanks!

hey @Alexander Kuznetsov, I’m interested in giving this a go - is it possible for you to send to me?

Hello everyone!

Our development team has created just such a plugin.

The plugin is a dice that you can click on to get a random number. You can use this plugin to play some games or randomly select a person or whatever you want.

You can see how it works in this post: https://twitter.com/domagic4people/status/1301814827501924352 

If you want this plugin, you can write me a personal message or reply in this topic :slight_smile:

 


how to get this plugin?

@Alexander Kuznetsov I would love to know more about this plugin! I'm working on a project in school learning game design

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Has anyone successfully install the plugin provided by Alexander?
I tried but failed, I’m now worried its something malicious
 

I have sent you the new link in a personal message. 

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@Feargus Murphy Sure!

Can i have the link? @Alexander Kuznetsov 

Has anyone successfully install the plugin provided by Alexander?
I tried but failed, I’m now worried its something malicious
 

@Peter Ryan : I installed the plugin and it works. Could the other participants of this thread please also comment? Does it work?

I would also love to get the plug-in!! @Alexander Kuznetsov 

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@Karen Danielson Sure!

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Would there be a quick and dirty way to create a random number widget/addin which could be used for things like simulating a coin flip or rolling a dice? 

Right now, I’m using an external URL to Google Dice but would prefer something which didn’t require learners to jump out of their class boards.

Thanks!

Kiron

Hello,
I'm working on a plugin for role-playing game with rolling dice / random numbers displayed in a log for all users and / or in a sticker.
The current version includes two types of rollers, you will find instructions in the "Help" button.
The default language is French, but you can change it to English in the Settings button, with the wheel.
Mirror Plugin

Hereis a simple dice app: https://miro.com/marketplace/dice/

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The closest I’ve been able to come with my (VERY STALE) development background was to open the Developer Tools panel in Chrome, and paste this into the console “alert('You rolled a ' + (Math.floor( Math.random() * 6 ) +1));

This works, but it is a kludgy solution. My preferred option would be a simple button in the bottom bar which would pop up the alert when you click on it.

I’m guessing this would take a Miro developer all of half an hour to develop & test it so hopefully this inspires one of them :joy:

 

 

@Christoph Mair glad to hear it work for you :thumbsup:

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Awesome @Boris Borodyansky - it would be great to have a native widget vs. the kludge of an iFrame based 3rd party site.

Kiron

I’d really like to use this plug-in as well. Am exploring different configurations for helping students have interesting discussions and I’d like to explore randomization/chance as a way to choose among possible prompts!

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