on Dec 5, 2019 at 4:07:41 pm Last Edited By Andy Engelkemier on Dec 5, 2019 at 5:06:53 pm
why do I always figure it out Right after posting!?!
SO I wanted to change one value of the first key, but leave the second value alone.
Documentation is NOT helpful for people who are not already good a programming. It over explains some things, and doesn't explain the part that you need to know. But, that's most help files right?
I didn't understand the syntax for linear()
First, that's hard to search for. And I still don't know what I can do with it.
But here's what worked....
It's getting the time of when the key is happening in t1 and t2. Then recording the new values for v1 and v2. V2 is just key(2).value because I want it to be the current value unchanged. But since you can't Change a key, you have to write an overly complicated script to basically just recreate all your keys. :/
I would have liked to just change the first key.
Was there an easier way to do this?
Does anyone know where a good explanation of this method exists? I do understand the catch there. If you go to change a key and end up with less than 2 keys, you'll break things, so if that happens it's just defaults back to making no change (else, value)
I just don't understand what other methods I could use in place of time, in "linear(time, t1, t2, v1, v2)"
And what if I have more keys and want to use the first and last, or just be able to define a bunch. Would i have to split these statements into a Bunch of statements after evaluating which keys they are? Because, Wow that would suck.