Step textbox - Set this negative for .avi
capture settings to scroll +/- an autozoom on the Z-axis.
Step checkbox - Countdown and feature toggling speed. If not spinning, check for "Cell Tracking", then Next or Back to step.
The reason why there are no construct circles or boxed scope lines is because the "blank scope" checkbox is checked.
The two ways to stop an automatic Spin is to click the Pause or the Reset command or set the step counter to zero and then to start spinning again the Z-axis scrollbar or Spin command needs to be clicked.
When the Step control is checked its caption is set to the value of
small scrollbar on the left. When this value is not zero and the Step
is unchecked and the Spin command is clicked the timer value is set to
value and the grid will scroll for exactly the number of increments
by this value. This should help automate data capture. Currently the
sign of this value isn't used and when zero the grid will scroll
The small scrollbar on the left now referred to in Direct3D mode as the
value acts as a movement dampener and now when the camera stops moving
to this effect then a randomized perturbation is introduced into the
to keep the motion from becoming dull. A Negative Blending value
never enter a random perturbation to
camera position. Otherwise its positive value affects how often Solid
Wireframe objects are animated. A Maximum value will always present a
annimation. A positive value will cause the screensaver to close on a
move otherwise a click is required.
There is a difference between timer settings of 1,0,-1 and all the rest in that those three are toggled by the Spin , Next and Reset which you could think of as Clutch, Brake and Accelerator. The Steering Wheel hasn't yet been invented. It will probably come when massively parallel inGridX datacubes come alive on the Internet.
If the grid was spinning the Spin Grid command will stop