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hello, by now there is a huge list of variation parameters, it would be nice if there was a button 'normalize' or 'reset'
because to big value changes often causes more trouble than fun ;)
Generally you're right. The problem is, there is no "standard" params values... most of them are just random. Observe how they're changing between flames. So - to what value would they being changed? Initial? Hmm. So we should save them first...
I'll take this into account, but right now I can't see any solution for this.
yes, but normalizing would be great or ?
i think default could either be a pre-saved setting for the variations or simply
linear 1, all other zero
another thing i am thinking of is, the parameters look quite messy, i mean there are so many of them, couldn't we hide such parameter values which are currently not in use ? ( e.g. variation has value of NULL
beside of that i am thinking about a variation editor, too bad i do not have delphi here, i would like to add a super formula editor, so that one could see how the shape really looks like
Hey..... so you are talking about variation values!.... I thought you were talking about variation parameters. Well, in that case, it won't be difficult to make it :)
yes, sorry for misunderstanding, yes, i mean the variation values, these should ideally sum up to 1 !
ok, it can be quite funny with big values, but if they do not really summ up to 1 we get an extraction, not an contraction ( the parameters simply explode ) so, sometimes when starting a new set, i would like to have a normalize button,
e.g. linear is 1 by default
so , when i set the ring variation to 1, they should be both weighted 0.5 instead of 1
or can u tell if apophysis normalizes them internally ? but i do not think so
No it doesn't :) and it won't be doing that internally. But adding a button for this function would be nice :)
>>> "i mean the variation values, these should ideally sum up to 1 !"
They SHOULD NOT do this at all.