First, a quick story. When I was a kid, I programmed on my dad's computer using GW-BASIC. BASIC, if you've never used it, is a simple(duh!) programming language. This version had line numbers, typical of BASIC, which went 10, 20, 30, 40…
The reason for this was, very often you realised you needed to insert extra line of code between your existing ones. So then you would type 31, 32, 33. And then RENUM to have the computer automatically re-space your lines out to lovely clean 10, 20, 30… etc.
Well, I find myself hitting the same issue in Vuo. I would often like to 'space out' the existing nodes. I might even make some app (with vuo 🙂 ) to respect the values in a .vuo file. A better way would be some smart spacing UI. But I don't feel like trying to spec/design that right now.
Anyone have thoughts/ tricks?