@jstrecker commented on @Kewl's Discussion, “atan2(y,x): x and y switched?

No, that's the usual way for `atan2` to work — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atan2#Illustrations

As your illustration shows, 0 radians (0°) is at the point x=1, y=0 — but since it's standard for the arguments to `atan2` to be y then x, you would call `atan2(0,1)` to get this value.

Similarly, for π/2 radians (90°), at the point x=0, y=1, you would call `atan2(1,0)`.

I guess they put the arguments as y then x because the arctangent uses the ratio y/x.

Chris (@cwilmsloyalist), you need quotes around part of the XPath expression — replace `/diplomas/program[code=scan]` with `/diplomas/program[code='scan']`.

@Bodysoulspirit commented on @Bodysoulspirit's Feature Request, “Add Noise to List

You can actually do this with Calculate List, which has functions for perlin and simplex noise (and random numbers). Example attached.

Coool gonna check that out, thanks !

Here's an example:

When you type some text and hit Return, upon hitting Return the text appears in the window.

@jstrecker commented on @Bodysoulspirit's Feature Request, “Add Noise to List

You can actually do this with `Calculate List`, which has functions for perlin and simplex noise (and random numbers). Example attached.

And perplexed at why it reappeared yesterday...

@sinemod commented on @sinemod's Composition, “Lasersim

Thank you @Bodysoulspirit, happy to hear that! Yes, there are lots of possibilities - should have made a screen of the parameter setting as I saved the file. Attached is a short video with another example.

@Bodysoulspirit commented on @sinemod's Composition, “Lasersim

Amazing job man !

I personally don't think you have chosen the best screenshot for the main preview gallery to represent the composition though but that's personal ;)

I love those green EQ moving from left to right ! Really good !

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