User Tools

Site Tools


layer_parameter_types

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

layer_parameter_types [2013/04/22 02:53]
achim created
layer_parameter_types [2013/05/30 18:20] (current)
david dragndrop info
Line 8: Line 8:
 | {{:​layersetting-color.png?​nolink|}} | **Color**: This input value is representing a color. If you click on the colored box you will get the MacOS-X Color Chooser panel. You can setup any color you want. Usually the transparency (also known as opacity or alpha value) of a color is also supported and can give you some nice effects. Please note that the Color Chooser window only works if the border of the color box in the settings panel is dark grey. |  | {{:​layersetting-color.png?​nolink|}} | **Color**: This input value is representing a color. If you click on the colored box you will get the MacOS-X Color Chooser panel. You can setup any color you want. Usually the transparency (also known as opacity or alpha value) of a color is also supported and can give you some nice effects. Please note that the Color Chooser window only works if the border of the color box in the settings panel is dark grey. | 
 | {{:​layersetting-font.png?​nolink|}} | **Font Settings**: Layers that displays any kind of text usually expose their font face with this input. Click on the **A** button on the right side to get the MacOS-X Font Chooser panel. Please note that you also can setup the font color in this Font Chooser Panel by clicking on the **T** button at the top center of the panel. Usually the transparency (also known as opacity or alpha value) of a color is also supported and can give you some nice effects. |  | {{:​layersetting-font.png?​nolink|}} | **Font Settings**: Layers that displays any kind of text usually expose their font face with this input. Click on the **A** button on the right side to get the MacOS-X Font Chooser panel. Please note that you also can setup the font color in this Font Chooser Panel by clicking on the **T** button at the top center of the panel. Usually the transparency (also known as opacity or alpha value) of a color is also supported and can give you some nice effects. | 
-| {{:​layersetting-image.png?​nolink|}} | **Image**: This input let you select an image source ​of your Source Repository. Click on the popup next to the image box to select the image source you want. You also may drag&​drop an image source from the Source Repository directly into the image box. | +| {{:​layersetting-image.png?​nolink|}} | **Image**: This input lets you select an image source ​from your Source Repository. Click on the popup next to the image box to select the image source you want. You can also drag & drop an image source from the Source Repository ​or a file on your computer ​directly into the image box. | 
 | {{:​layersetting-popup.png?​nolink|}} | **Popup**: Sometimes an input can only have certain values and those are represented in a popup menu. Click on it to to get a popup list of values to choose from. |  | {{:​layersetting-popup.png?​nolink|}} | **Popup**: Sometimes an input can only have certain values and those are represented in a popup menu. Click on it to to get a popup list of values to choose from. | 
-| {{:​layersetting-switch.png?​nolink|}} | **Switch**: The switch can either be ''​on''​ or ''​off''​. Often this enables optional functionality of a layer revealing more input parameters. By selecting **Record shortcut** on the right you can associate a key combination from your keyboard with this switch in order to switch it anytime. | +| {{:​layersetting-switch.png?​nolink|}} | **Switch**: The switch can either be ''​ON''​ or ''​OFF''​. Often this enables optional functionality of a layer revealing more input parameters. By selecting **Record shortcut** on the right you can associate a key combination from your keyboard with this switch in order to switch it anytime. | 
 | {{:​layersetting-valuenumeric.png?​nolink|}} | **Numeric Value**: A numeric value can either be entered manually by clicking in the text field or by scrubbing the wheel on the right. If you click on the far ends of the wheel you can change the value in single steps. The minimum and maximum values of that input are displayed on top of the wheel. |  | {{:​layersetting-valuenumeric.png?​nolink|}} | **Numeric Value**: A numeric value can either be entered manually by clicking in the text field or by scrubbing the wheel on the right. If you click on the far ends of the wheel you can change the value in single steps. The minimum and maximum values of that input are displayed on top of the wheel. | 
 | {{:​layersetting-valuetext.png?​nolink|}} | **Text Value**: This input field takes a single line of text. |  | {{:​layersetting-valuetext.png?​nolink|}} | **Text Value**: This input field takes a single line of text. | 
-| {{:​layersetting-valuetextbox.png?​nolink|}} | **Multiline Text Value**: In this input field you can put multiline ​text. | +| {{:​layersetting-valuetextbox.png?​nolink|}} | **Multiline Text Value**: In this input field you can put multiple lines of text. | 
 | {{:​layersetting-file.png?​nolink|}} | **File**: Some layers can use a file for data input. This file usually is an [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Xml|XML]] structured file. Please note that the file gets copied into the document bundle! Any changes you make on the file won't be reflected within BoinxTV until you select it again. | | {{:​layersetting-file.png?​nolink|}} | **File**: Some layers can use a file for data input. This file usually is an [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Xml|XML]] structured file. Please note that the file gets copied into the document bundle! Any changes you make on the file won't be reflected within BoinxTV until you select it again. |
layer_parameter_types.txt · Last modified: 2013/05/30 18:20 by david