First issues I am having,
-You can't position buttons where you want them. Like for answers I would like "yes, no, maybe" on the same line and "thank you and your welcome" on another line. With pro lo quo you get "yes, no, maybe, thank you" on one line and "your welcome" on the other. This is a problem a lot of the time.
- You can't pick and choose from a larger vocabulary, so if you want to start your kid off slowly if you erase the vocabulary it came with you can't get it back unless you take their entire vocabulary and erase yours.
- I also would like to have a data base as a jumping off spot on their website, examples of how other have set it up. According to age and ability.
At this time, the button organization is not very flexible. However, there are some creative customizing you can do to achieve what you describe.
You can have blank buttons on your pages. Here is how to make a blank button:
- select the edit button (pencil icon)
- select the +
- Do not enter in text into the Text to Speak area
- Do not add photo or symbol
- select add and there you will have a blank button
- Enter Options View:
*To open Options View on an iPad, tap the Options button (the AB icon) on the bottom toolbar.
*To open Options View on an iPhone or iPod touch, tap the Views button (double overlapping squares) and then tap Options.
- Tap on Appearance
- Scroll down to Grid
- Tap on Space Between Items
- Select from the following: Very Compact, Compact, Medium, Loose, Very loose