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Bodysoulspirit apologies for the late reply, yeah a simple delay node would be dope. Schedule node was a bit tricky to figure out but I get it now thank you. And cheers for the tip to save resources 😮and of course for all the comps! I'll have a look at each of them, thanks a million!

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Display funding cost of feature requests

I remember Jaymie already answered me positively about this, but couldn't find the topic back.
What about displaying the funding costs of a feature request on the feature requests themselves ?

I mean perhaps if some people had a better idea of a FR cost, they'd be more willing to fund it ?

Maybe that will allow the Vuo team to spend more time on Vuo and gain direct funding, instead of doing other work at Kosada to also fund Vuo ?

Maybe the price shouldn't be all big displayed on top, but accessible with a simple button to reveal ?

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Jaymie

Maybe shift-drag on the original output port could pick up all the cables and let you drag them onto the destination output port?

Yeah that sounds cool ! Although I guess both could be cool ? shift-drag OR drag another on output port cable to replace ?

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jersmi

Point 2, not sure I understand, if you want to reconnect an already connected cable, you can select that cable at the input port where the cable is connected, drag it and connect it somewhere else, without having to delete it first ?

Or you mean you wanna be able to do that on connected output ports rather than input ports ? If yes, that's a suggestion by Jaymie on "Replace all connected output cables at once"

Point 3, you can in Vuo 2 beta select cables + nodes by holding option+click drag (default click drag only select nodes). Or you mean you'd wanna select cables only ? If yes, create a separate feature I guess, too different from this one.

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Bodysoulspirit commented on Bodysoulspirit's Feature Request, “Export as OSX Screensavers

Does anybody knows if the exported screensavers run under macOS Catalina ? Had a user or two complaint about it, but maybe I need to recompile them ? Couldn't test it since I have not installed Catalina.

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Refreshing this "cable behavior" branch, with a couple more (or are any of these already possible?)

Be nice to:

  1. yes to option-shift-drag to keep all input connections.
  2. instead of 1) click to select cable, 2) delete, then 3) connect to some other port, nice to be able to use one mouse down drag to grab connected cable(s) at port, disconnect and attach to a new port.
  3. drag a box around multiple cables and hit delete to disconnect (with undo/redo).
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Bodysoulspirit commented on jersmi's Discussion, “Morph Transform in a Build List?

Actually since all the random lists are being created at the same time (or almost), you can reduce the amount of toggle nodes and reuse the same toggle node like joined

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jersmi commented on jersmi's Discussion, “Morph Transform in a Build List?

Ah, yes, that'll do just fine. Thanks a lot! I always try to do everything inside Build List, gotta remember there are other ways.

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Bodysoulspirit commented on jersmi's Discussion, “Morph Transform in a Build List?

Mmm, problem is I don't really see how to morph / smooth lists with Vuo stock nodes right now, because the "Calculate list" node only allows 1 input list. I guess again Iteration: Turn most nodes into iterators by allowing single-value ports to accept lists will allow that.

Right now I would not go with build list, but rather try with "Copy 3D object" because you have more control over transforms, and use Magneson's custom Lerp List node (joined in the composition below)

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