Sliders for in Transform effect(?)

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residenthamster
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Sliders for in Transform effect(?)

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Something simple, and i'm surprised no one has mentioned it yet (guess it's just me)

Possible to have sliders for Position X and Position Y in the Transform effect?

Being able to drag something left and right (mostly right) would be a great help to roughly gauge a position rather than spamming click on the + icon.
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Re: Sliders for in Transform effect(?)

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residenthamster wrote:Something simple, and i'm surprised no one has mentioned it yet (guess it's just me)

Possible to have sliders for Position X and Position Y in the Transform effect?

Being able to drag something left and right (mostly right) would be a great help to roughly gauge a position rather than spamming click on the + icon.

Don't you worry those dutch lads have added this all the way back in R5. When you click the plus button, hold you're mouse button and slide your mouse.

Acts just like a slider!

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drazkers wrote:
residenthamster wrote:Something simple, and i'm surprised no one has mentioned it yet (guess it's just me)

Possible to have sliders for Position X and Position Y in the Transform effect?

Being able to drag something left and right (mostly right) would be a great help to roughly gauge a position rather than spamming click on the + icon.

Don't you worry those dutch lads have added this all the way back in R5. When you click the plus button, hold you're mouse button and slide your mouse.

Acts just like a slider!
Oh crud, you're right!

Never did realise it, thanks!
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Been this way since way back in R3 even :)

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Joris wrote:Been this way since way back in R3 even :)
Wow, i just thought back to when i was shown this and it actually was at a club running R3, man time needs to slow down, feels like yesterday. :lol:

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If I’m not mistaken, this summer it’ll be 10 years since we released R3. They grow up so fast, don’t they?

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....they do....they do....
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