I can not add this to the wiki,
for several reasons.
For one, my english looks childish and foolish.
For two, ik take a very personal aproach to some things. And i am aware that they can not be the official statement of the makers of construct. The way i aproach pick-conditions and flow-conditions could even be contraversial.
For 3, There is, besides showing the great things and calling them great, also honest critic on the program, i think there is no place for that in the wiki.
for 4, some critic is only true for the current release, every new release seems to tackle more and more on my critical points.
For that last reason, any wiki will be made to soon, maybe.
Although i desperatly miss guides on how to use the things in the present wiki.
There is a good wiki about expressions, but it laks the essential info on how to acess the expressions.
There is a wiki about conditions, but neither the pick-conditions are explained, and its lacking the essential guide on how to copy, select events, select conditions, actions, move them, delete them, and so on ...
I still do not know how to use containers. If i make a container containing 2 objects, and move one, the other stays in place. And yet i feel that containers are essential.
I dont understand yet the "include event" thingy. Although it should make a lot things easyer.
Look at the *dumb* way i just copied event sheets to differend layouts in my pac-man example.
for 5, i dont know for sure that i choose the best solutions in my explinations yet ! There for it can not be in the wiki.
But i do think that structure, the flow, the order i bring new things in that post is right. I do think that it is correct to start with the system object and its flow conditions. move to basical movemet by behaviours, move to pick-conditions and so on .....
So yes i do think some one can take it as base to write a practical wiki.