- UI (user interface)
- Program sources
- Linear behavior
- Switch scenes
- Storage capacity
- Command prompt
- (all) & (all_like_*)
box is where you would toggle on/off advanced settings.
when is active it will let the user interact with user interface (UI) like buttons/dropdown etc.
this option will make the program run in synchronization meaning (hide) will not execute before (show) and vice versa.
when is active it will automatically switch scenes whenever you select a different scene.
is where you can select a scene that you are currently working with.
check this box to work with a command prompt, instead of the UI
is where you would add an object that you want to hide/show.
this lets you select an action that you want to perform on the target (hide/show) are the only options. (Anything that is marked with * is required)
this is the target you want to effect, in this case hide or show.
this is the timer which runs in seconds, so for example 120 would be (2 minutes)
if you give it 5 seconds that would mean (action) hide/show would execute every 5 seconds.
check this box, if you want the timer to be random.
is where you would work with events, you can use this to listen to a specific target whenever it hides or shows itself.
select the event you want to listen to, the options are (onhide) and (onshow)
the target you want to add the event to.
the target you want to effect, when the event is triggered.
the action you want to apply to the target, in this case there is only two options (hide, show)
The source list
is where you will see all the operations that are currently running.
is where you will be able to delete an operation that is currently executing.
This is only visible if the (Source list
) is not empty.
all & all_like_*
If you are using (UI) when select the target dropdown it will give you the option <all> and <all_like_*>
selecting <all> it would mean that everything or every operation target that you have defined will be effected by this <all> command.
if you select <all_like_*> it will ask for input, for the target/word you want to work with
example: test => this would return the result like "all_like_test" and it will search through the program sources and if it finds anything that matches the word "test" then that action would be effect that/those target.