In keyframeset.cpp: difference between "active point" and a "waypoint" ?

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Sylvain Leroux
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In keyframeset.cpp: difference between "active point" and a "waypoint" ?

Postby Sylvain Leroux » Tue May 09, 2017 2:40 pm

I'm puzzled by the code in ./synfig-studio/src/synfigapp/actions/keyframeset.cpp

There are two methods:
  • Action::KeyframeSet::scale_activepoints
  • Action::KeyframeSet::scale_waypoints

What is the difference between an "active point" and a "waypoint" in that context?
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Re: In keyframeset.cpp: difference between "active point" and a "waypoint" ?

Postby caryoscelus » Tue May 09, 2017 5:59 pm

Here's ActivePoint class: https://github.com/synfig/synfig/blob/m ... ivepoint.h . I think they may be used (if they are at all) for DynamicList elements enabled/disabled status switching. If that's the case, well, perhaps they are kinda like a very specific kind of waypoints.


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