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    Have you given any though to making the plots loopable?
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeperx View Post
    Have you given any though to making the plots loopable?
    What he means is can you make a set of functions that are truly periodic over time. In other words the last frame looks like the first.
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    I think the word loopable gets that point across.

    Loop - a structure, series, or process the end of which is connected to the beginning.
    -able - a suffix meaning “capable of, susceptible of, fit for, tending to, given to,”
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeperx View Post
    Have you given any though to making the plots loopable?
    I'll try fudging the axis rotational frequencies tonight - make them harmonic or something. Are there any specific plots you're interested in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeperx View Post
    Have you given any though to making the plots loopable?
    OK, I made an LWave hack that only affects Plot 4001 so that it repeats every 20 sec, let me know what you think.

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    That is perfect. I have tested this for my use case and its exactly what I (and I bet others) are looking for. I would LOVE to see a bunch of them have that option. I feel like that makes the output of LWave more useful to integrate into actual shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeperx View Post
    That is perfect. I have tested this for my use case and its exactly what I (and I bet others) are looking for. I would LOVE to see a bunch of them have that option. I feel like that makes the output of LWave more useful to integrate into actual shows.
    I'm thinking about adding user specified axis rotational rates for all 3D plots so you can make them cycle out at any time frame or not at all. My original intent long ago was to hard code the rates so that plots would never quite cycle out over time. Gonna take a bit of code editing...
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    Updated EXE

    Added user specified axis rotational rates for all 3D plots so you can make them cycle out in a predictable time frame or not at all, plus a couple minor additions.
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