No. 1, I’m needing to move an object across the screen in X and up and down in Y, so it’s following a radius but the object is not turning. I have the X movement no problem but cannot figure out the Y portion.
No.2, I was just wondering if there’s a way to save the inspection mode of somebody’s watch just to be able to refer to it for the way things were constructed?
The “120” is the distance from the center. This formula is not like a seconds hand. If you want to orbit an object around the watch phase at the exact second, let me know.
You can save the link of someone’s watch face. But then if the owner deletes the face, you obviously lose the information. Second option is to copy the inspected element definition somewhere in your own notes.
That old Favourite . Most use to to describe Elliptical paths .I will find you something.
Not when Orbiting Text you have to offset it a bit because the text position is counted from the top not the centre. Generally you will be changing the first and last numbers.
Have little play to see why one has cos and one sin . Swap them and see what happens . Have Fun.
Question 2 If I see a Face that is open to Inspection I put it in My Bits Box Collection . Those who leave their faces open will be delighted . Let us know if you do not know how to make a collection for yourself.
Ok, lets say to move along section of circular path (arc). You decided the horizontal coordinate would be linear. But even then the vertical coordinate for the square still should be more like (160-110*(cos((#BLN#/100-0.5)*3.14/6))) (depending on gauge placement)
I say thank you Peter . When ever you come to the Room there is always something to Learn and Treasure . I was playing around at the centre of the screen . So much easier if it is away from the centre a bit .
Try putting #DWFHS# insread of the minutes tag. We may have yo do some angle adjustment . Dop an hour hand ( 24 hrs) into your Wip to check it is allighned witg the RTC. We did that yesterday for second so this one should work.