brahma at hindu.org
Wed Feb 6 19:39:24 EST 2019
Fantastic Herman! Thanks for the contributions.
Now, if I could only figure out how to use a series of images instead of just two?
I am digging through the scripts to see what I can find.
But it is good to know that LCB can do "smooth" transitions/animation (well, the video was a bit jerky but the circles are smooth).
This is what we need for LC 10 (or whatever) to keep up with motion graphics for 2020 mobile apps
On 2/6/19, 8:05 AM, "use-livecode on behalf of hh via use-livecode" <use-livecode-bounces at lists.runrev.com on behalf of use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
The SAMPLE STACK (which works after installing the widget and then
restarting LiveCode) has a few lines of help and
++ one ordinary widget (the Tiger) for use with it's context menu
++ two examples for using your own images with the widget
++ one example for using two LC-groups (here fields and buttons)
as front and back of the widget (50 lines of script)
++ one advanced example for using the widget by grabbing frames from
a browser video (not from a LC-player which is essentially blocking).
More than half of the code is written for the dictionary (and this
needs a lot of time).
As soon as you have installed the widget from the sample stack you find
DICTIONARY ENTRIES here:
(a) Dictionary > API > LiveCode Script > Filter > Associations > hhturn
Find the overview by Dictionary > API > Search: hhturn
The same for my other fat widgets:
boundingbox, hhaclox, hhbclox ,hhdclox, hhcolor, hhdate, hhotext, hhpoly,
hhprogress, hhgrid, hhimage and hhsvgt.
(b) tinyDictionary > LiveCode Builder > hermann.turnimage
The same for my other widgets hermann.X
Find the overview by tinyDictionary > LiveCode Builder > Search: hhturn
or the names hh<x> from (a).
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