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Old 08-18-2015, 03:42 PM
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Hey there, I've quick question: I'm planing to have an bidirectional wave as an ambient effect for one of my profiles. My problem is that its seems impossible to make the wave look like it doesn't get repeated. I'm using two colors here (blue and purple) and I would like it so that one colour follows another without an interruption at the end of the effect (just like the standard rainbow wave but with two colours and centered. How do I do this?


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I made a request similar to this here:
http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=139228
its request #73, its a continuous bunch of waves that collide in the center and dont look like they are repeating too much. You can use that to do your thing.

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Thanks tried it if get I right you made several waves overlapping each other? Isn't there a better solution for this? I'm asking because the wave itself looks quite messy when done this way. :)


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Thanks tried it if get I right you made several waves overlapping each other? Isn't there a better solution for this? I'm asking because the wave itself looks quite messy when done this way. :)
Cue is very limited at the moment. In future versions there might be better ways of achieving this stuff. And to answer your question, they are not overlapping, its just a bunch of waves that trigger at different times.


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Cue is very limited at the moment. In future versions there might be better ways of achieving this stuff.
Is there a way to make requests?


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Is there a way to make requests?
Requests for what?


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Specific features for them to add just like a "make this wave continuous" button.


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Specific features for them to add just like a "make this wave continuous" button.
Don't worry, me and other beta testers have already made suggestions about stuff. But the version will be a long time from now.


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Don't worry, me and other beta testers have already made suggestions about stuff. But the version will be a long time from now.
Thats too bad. :D I'm currently thinking about a theme for Faceless Void and this wave thing would be really great. ^^


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Is there a way to make requests?
There is a request thread for this purpose. Do make sure to read through it, though, so the same feature isn't requested twice.


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You can do what looks like a continuous wave by using a lot of gradients and groups.
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You can do what looks like a continuous wave by using a lot of gradients and groups.
I was just about to say that :P, i just remember that too


 

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