| **Formula timing**
on Mar 20, 2018 at 8:08:43 pm |

Hello!

Is there any chance to reduce speed of formula deformer?ðŸ˜¿or it's just obeys the laws of the earth

Regards, Di

| **Re: Formula timing** on Mar 20, 2018 at 9:24:54 pm |

I'm not sure what you are asking. Do you want to slow down the standard formula that comes with that deformer? Just write a new formula, that's the whole point, or in a pinch just do a division at the end of the formula:

This is what comes in mine when I apply it: Sin((u+t)*2.0*PI)*0.2. So you can just do this: Sin((u+t)*2.0*PI)*0.2/2 to cut the effect in half (or just get rid of the *2 in the middle of the equation which amounts to the same thing). And that "divide by" can be anything you like except zero.

| **Re: Formula timing** on Mar 21, 2018 at 7:39:28 am |

Wow! That's really useful, Thanks Steve you help me a lotðŸ˜¼

Regards, Di