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Screenshots of Squeak
Last updated at 5:58 pm UTC on 30 June 2015
If you are curious as to what exactly Squeak looks like, here are some links to screenshots of various flavours of Squeak. Click on the thumbnail images to view the full-size screenshots.

Please, when you post a wonderful screen shot here for all to see make sure the link works. Also, if you can provide a link to a page which decribes for the viewer how to reproduce what you have done that would be very useful.


After visiting this page look at: More Screenshots and Screenshots of Applications created with Squeak

Here's a brief table of contents for this Screenshots page, if you'd like to jump ahead:

General - Screenshots of general functionality included with Squeak

Applications - Screenshots of Applications written in Squeak

Steve Wessels' work page: with Applications written in Squeak

Platforms - Screenshots of Squeak ported to many platforms (operating systems and hardware)


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Squeak General



Standard Squeak Morphic UI

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Standard Squeak MVC UI



Croquet

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Zurgle Screenshots

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Developer Workspace

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Squeak and 3D (Alice)

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Squeak and Music

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Squeak and Animation

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Squeak and Internet

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Squeak Applications



Screenshots of Applications created with Squeak

An internet appliance UI written in Squeak.
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E-Alterego
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SqueakNews: An interactive CD-ROM e-zine about Squeak, and written in Squeak!
Monthly subscriptions available at http://squeaknews.com.

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Facial Animation, Speech Synthesis

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see http://squeak.cs.uiuc.edu/mail/squeak/msg05502.html


ThingLab



An application using Squeak and OpenGL
URL: http://www.cosmocows.com/OpenGL/
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Siren: A general-purpose music description and composition system.

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An Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client

Details can be found on this page.


Squeak Platforms



Squeak running on Acorn Risc OS

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Squeak on Helio

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See also More Screenshots