The duck is using an orbiting x+y position based on steps, i dont know how to set a range of steps like 3k, 5k for this so he just fly back and forth!
Yes the ground level clouds are supposed to be fog!
Thanks, I was more worried about the guy mowing in the snow!
I am also have an issue with the time jump at 11:55 pm to above the top of the screen! I dont think it will matter since if the battery is that low then it will shut off with a few minutes or they’ll put it on the charger.
Mmm, how many steps does it take to go from one side to the other ?
I think the following may work:
Let’s say it takes 2000 steps to go from one side to the other, then you could have two layers, one with a duck facing/going to the right and the other facing/going to the left and then set the transparency as follows:
Right heading layer: $((#ZSC#/2000)%2)<=1?100:0$
Left heading layer: $((#ZSC#/2000%2)<=1?0:100$
Effectively this is determining the number of trips across the face. If it is odd then show the right. If it is even then show left.
Thanks for the suggestions. Ithink a snowblower for winter is beyond my level at the moment, as I am seeing some issues after running this for a few days! For some reason the battery level is not making the time go down as it should!
I have left the “inspection” thing open which I believe allows you to see what I’ve done, but I have not used that yet and don’t know how it works.
If you enable inspection mode and paste a link to your design then others can see all the details of your design but cannot save any edits they make. If can be useful if you want someone to look at and/or debug your design.
The steps to follow to get and post the link are:
a. load the face in the editor
b. enter the preview mode by clicking on the middle icon at the bottom right of the screen
c. after the page loads, copy the whole url address and post it in the thread
Thanks for enabling the inspection mode. Nice work. I have been running it for about 3 days now, and for the life of me I can’t find the frog, or the lawnmower man doesn’t move. I cut grass and watch for weather and have 2 stations in my back lot. So, grassman/weather nerd here. Nice face, keep up the good work. and Thanks for your time.