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Chris (@cwilmsloyalist)


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Yes, that sounds like it would do the job nicely!

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Chris commented on Jaymie's Community Spotlight, “A Christmas tree photo booth by Chris Wilms

As of yesterday we’ve had 1002 photos taken on the tree display!

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On `Make Slider` UI node, add options for snapping behavior

It would be nice if the Slider Node could have a list of real numbers fed into it so the slider can snap to set user chosen increments within the set range for the slider. This would allow say for the slider to be easily positioned at exactly 50%, or at precise 10% increments etc.

I see this feature as having some behaviour options: 1. Snap to List - The slider snaps to only listed values 2. Weighted Snaps - The slider snaps to listed values only when within certain threshold of a listed value, otherwise it can be set freely to non-listed values. 3. Override Snaps Boolean (Default - True) - Allows the listed values to be ignored and frees the slider to be set at any value with its range. Kind of like how holding down in Photoshop temporally turns off snap to guides feature.


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Chris commented on lechbialek's Feature Request, “Apple Touch Bar support in editor

That makes sense. I kind of hope they keep it around personally.

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Chris commented on Bodysoulspirit's Feature Request, “Fire / Time at chosen FPS

I've run into a few instances where I needed to run a composition at specific frame rate and just used the fire periodically node. I just take the frame rate and divide that number into 1 to get the refresh timing. For example:

  • 30fps --> 1/30 = 0.033333333333333
  • 48fps --> 1/48 = 0.020833333333333
  • 60fps --> 1/60 = 0.016666666666667