I am wondering if Facer allows you to create conditional statements that run on? For instance (IF = x, Then A, IF not (IF = y, Then B, If Not (IF = Z, Then c, IF not D))). What is the max number of conditional statements that can be made? I am wanting to create an animation using the operator for a smooth second hand with the Transparency field.

$(#DWFSS#>0&&#DWFSS#<=60)?100:0$

This formula works to change the transparency of an image from 100 to 0 when the rotational value of the second hand is within the range inputted. In the above example the rotation would need to be between 0-60 to show up. If not, then it is 0 and effectively disappears. Using 60 points for image, you would need 6 images to cover the 60 second rotation.

In trying to create an animation however, the animation would be extremely jerky. To give a smoother ‘frame rate’ you would either need to add many images and create shorter time ranges. Or my thought was to reuse the same image, but shell more conditionals within the field.

For instance I have 8 images that I want to repeat each second. That would need 60 conditionals with this field. Here is the 1st image’s conditional statement:

$(#DWFSS#>0&&#DWFSS#<=0.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>6&&#DWFSS#<=6.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>12&&#DWFSS#<=12.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>18&&#DWFSS#<=18.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>24&&#DWFSS#<=24.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>30&&#DWFSS#<=30.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>36&&#DWFSS#<=36.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>42&&#DWFSS#<=42.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>48&&#DWFSS#<=48.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>54&&#DWFSS#<=54.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>60&&#DWFSS#<=60.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>66&&#DWFSS#<=66.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>72&&#DWFSS#<=72.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>78&&#DWFSS#<=78.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>84&&#DWFSS#<=84.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>90&&#DWFSS#<=90.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>96&&#DWFSS#<=96.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>102&&#DWFSS#<=102.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>108&&#DWFSS#<=108.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>114&&#DWFSS#<=114.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>120&&#DWFSS#<=120.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>126&&#DWFSS#<=126.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>132&&#DWFSS#<=132.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>138&&#DWFSS#<=138.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>144&&#DWFSS#<=144.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>150&&#DWFSS#<=150.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>156&&#DWFSS#<=156.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>162&&#DWFSS#<=162.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>168&&#DWFSS#<=168.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>174&&#DWFSS#<=174.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>180&&#DWFSS#<=180.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>186&&#DWFSS#<=186.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>192&&#DWFSS#<=192.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>198&&#DWFSS#<=198.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>204&&#DWFSS#<=204.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>210&&#DWFSS#<=210.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>216&&#DWFSS#<=216.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>222&&#DWFSS#<=222.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>228&&#DWFSS#<=228.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>234&&#DWFSS#<=234.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>240&&#DWFSS#<=240.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>246&&#DWFSS#<=246.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>252&&#DWFSS#<=252.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>258&&#DWFSS#<=258.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>264&&#DWFSS#<=264.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>270&&#DWFSS#<=270.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>276&&#DWFSS#<=276.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>282&&#DWFSS#<=282.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>288&&#DWFSS#<=288.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>294&&#DWFSS#<=294.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>300&&#DWFSS#<=300.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>306&&#DWFSS#<=306.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>312&&#DWFSS#<=312.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>318&&#DWFSS#<=318.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>324&&#DWFSS#<=324.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>330&&#DWFSS#<=330.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>336&&#DWFSS#<=336.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>342&&#DWFSS#<=342.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>348&&#DWFSS#<=348.75)?100:(#DWFSS#>354&&#DWFSS#<=354.75)?100:0

Will the statement work by adding onto the expression? My basic understanding of the conditional statement is as follows:

$ “IF = x” ? “Than = a” : “If Not = b” $

To shell another conditional in the “If Not” portion, do I need to add a parenthesis?

$ “(IF = x)” ? “Than = a” : “((IF = y)” ? “Than = b” : “If Not = c)” $

Is this even possible?