I actually find loops to be very useful in a lot of ways (atleast in my opinion X)), running a loop as a trigger can make things more manageable and doesn't make you worry about the event ordering...Linky Today, 01:06 AM
Avoid loops and recursive as much as possible, as fusion’s flow control is not that strong (and possible performance lose due to the iterate of entire event page.). fusion will loop for each object...defisym Today, 12:28 AM
Instead of having the object's 'follow the frame' property turned off, it might be easier to either;
- use an event to keep it in the one spot (i.e. while the object is not moving, set X/Y coords to...
You'll need to include the visible edges in the equationNaitorStudios Yesterday, 09:55 PM
Okay, this might be a bit tough to explain but here goes. So I have an object that does not follow the frame that I want to move up and down with the easing object. I only need to change the Y value,...TheHandwovenBox Yesterday, 09:27 PM
Yeah I just noticed that, honestly didn't expect even the first beta to be this buggy. :Vnasirfoxx Yesterday, 08:59 PM
Well, then you can launch Fusion through the MFW instead of its shortcut...
Pretty sure you could make a Fusion shortcut that just opens the MFW automatically
All you need to do is going to the...