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Circular Line with Gradient

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Re: Circular Line with Gradient

fonpaolo » April 26th, 2018, 7:43 pm

balala wrote:...
:confused: Probably I have to study the Rotate parameter of the Shape meters, because I'm not familiar with it, for me the TransformationMatrix is much - much easier. :confused:
:17what
... :lol: ;-)
It's like Rotator, more or less.
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Re: Circular Line with Gradient

eclectic-tech » April 26th, 2018, 8:24 pm

fonpaolo wrote::17what
... :lol: ;-)
It's like Rotator, more or less.
Yeah, you are right about my [m360] measure balala (I modded it right before posting, and it's not the way I usually change directions... my bad! ;-) )

Yes, I agree with you fonpaola! I think the SHAPE METER Rotate, Scale, and Skew parameters are much easier to understand.

My compliments to balala on his comments to implement TransformationMatrix code; without seeing his solutions, I would never be able to begin to grasp it. :17good
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Re: Circular Line with Gradient

balala » April 26th, 2018, 8:32 pm

fonpaolo wrote:It's like Rotator, more or less.
Are you talking about the Rotate parameter?
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Re: Circular Line with Gradient

balala » April 26th, 2018, 8:34 pm

eclectic-tech wrote:Yeah, you are right about my [m360] measure balala (I modded it right before posting, and it's not the way I usually change directions... my bad! ;-) )

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My compliments to balala on his comments to implement TransformationMatrix code; without seeing his solutions, I would never be able to begin to grasp it. :17good
Thanks eclectic-tech.
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Re: Circular Line with Gradient

fonpaolo » April 26th, 2018, 9:49 pm

balala wrote:Are you talking about the Rotate parameter?
Yes, I've tried both, and they look quite similar if not equal.
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Re: Circular Line with Gradient

balala » April 27th, 2018, 11:41 am

fonpaolo wrote:Yes, I've tried both, and they look quite similar if not equal.
I'm sorry, but to be honest, I don't think I fully understand what are you talking about. What have you tried? The Rotate parameter (take care it's Rotate, not Rotator, as you've wrote and which is a meter type) of the Shape meter and the TransformationMatrix?