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Pseudo Effect - set keyboard increment value?

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May 12, 2020

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Hi all,

 

Does anyone know of a way to set the keyboard increment value in a Pseudo Effect?  A regular Expression Effect Slider will default to inc of "1". Same slider in a Pseudo Effect has an increment value of 0.1.

 

Any way to set it back to 1?

 

Thanks!

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Pseudo Effect - set keyboard increment value?

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Hi all,

 

Does anyone know of a way to set the keyboard increment value in a Pseudo Effect?  A regular Expression Effect Slider will default to inc of "1". Same slider in a Pseudo Effect has an increment value of 0.1.

 

Any way to set it back to 1?

 

Thanks!

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PseudoFX have a parameter named "precision". It's possibly values are 0,1 and 2. It's been ages since I've messed about with them; so you'll have to commit to a few tests to see what the three values provide you with AND I'mnot even certain if they cater to keyboard entry although I'm feeling positive it will.

HTH

 

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Yes, it does have that option - the precision value is reflected in the UI but ignored by the keyboard input, unfortunately.

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Just to be clear; how is the keyboard input supposed to work? How do you envision a user change values via a keyboard?

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Yes, to be clear, I'm referring to incrementing up and down via the up/down arrows when you highlight the value.

 

A regular Expression Slider will increment +-1 but that same slider in a pseudo effect seems to be locked at +- 0.1 with up/down arrow increments regardless of its precision setting. 

 

I'd expect that the increment would align with the precision but that doesn't appear to be the case?

 

 

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This never worked in any way just like at some point pseudo effects even forgot their ranges. this stuff is buggy as hell as apaprently the foundation in the core API code just isn't there and it's all one big hack...

 

Mylenium

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Just opened up an old PseudoFX and my sliders work as expected -

1) no modifier key, values change with integer values

2) with the ALT key, I get integer value changes

3) with CTRL held down, I get one-place decimal changes

4) with SHIFT held down, I get  value +- 10 changes.

 

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Ok, so it does work as expected under some circumstances...but not others.

As Mylenium says, I guess its a bit of a moving target.

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