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Dear Future Amanda,

To Update this App for a new set of athletes:
1. Assuming you’re using the dataset called “HOF All Stanford Inductees,” you’ll need to adjust two scripts to set filter to get your desired athletes.
a. When page is displayed: Set Source Dataset Script, adjust the number in the Filter SQL. The number is whatever row the sport is in the dataset called “HOF Sports Sort Stanford.” I.e.-Golf is 8, which is the `Sport DS`=‘8’ that’s entered.
——If you have another dataset to use **that requires filtering** then you can choose a diff dataset here. If you don’t require filtering, just set the dataset manually via table object Image Source.
B. Play game button -> when button is pushed: make the same change that you made in step A. This is scripted twice so that a random Fact (1 - 5) column is used for each game, so Image Source is set each time a new game loads.

Other Notes:
You need to input a number into a few scripts so that high scores record to the correct game within the dataset called “Scores for Top 10”. (Note: if this is a brand new game, you’ll need to first add it to the dataset called “Game DS.” The row that this game is in “Game DS” is the number you’ll use:
1. In subroutine Save Scores —> If cond. matched streak > {matchinghighscore10th} —> True, Append Row, Set column Game DS to your new number.
2. In subroutine Save Scores —> If cond. matched streak > {matchinghighscore} —> True, True, True, Append Row, Set column Game DS to your new number.
3. That number also needs to be inserted into subroutine Get Top 10 Scores —> Set Source Dataset: change the filter `Game DS=‘__’ to your number.

Love,
Past Amanda