A chaque utilisation d'AnimEDS, la liste des imperfections s'allonge. Ici, c'est la gestion de la ligne du temps -- le composant le plus ancien -- qui devra être revue dès que j'en ai fini avec ce fichu escalier imponçable.
Thought: Since we have an abstract TItem class, we could introduce a new TIControl in addition to TIFrame that would support things such as loops and end-of-animation. It would generate a static thumbnail and could be moved at wish.
Implementation detail : TI* structures do not directly know their position. The
TIList consists of
(unsigned, TIFrame) pairs indicating each TIFrame's absolute position. Relative delays are inferred in
exportAnim() in order to produce the
Thought: There's a "delay" plus/minus control right now, that control delay when a new item is inserted and the additional delay at the end of the animation. We'd rather have it affect directly how long a given frame is displayed.
- [done] add
AnimWindow::adjust_positions()to perform one-shot delay update
- [done] rewrite code for '+', '-' and
- [wish] possibly use the 'prv' and 'nxt' checkbuttons to uniformly rescale the animation.
- [done] introduce TIControl for loop and end-of-animation
- [done] make sure moving frames across other frames do not break animation order