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Revision as of 11:40, 13 May 2010A stage monitor is a little display that shows the value of a variable, boolean, or a list/array.
Types of monitors
There are four types of stage monitors. You can change between most of them by right-clicking the monitor.
- Normal readout: The typical stage monitor. Shows both the name and the value of the variable.
- Large readout: Shows only the value, in a larger font than the normal readout.
- Slider: Lets the user change manually the value of a variable, inside a range which can be defined by right-clicking the stage monitor on the stage and choosing two numbers.
- List: Exclusive to lists (this is also the only display that can be used by them), this shows all the elements of the list, and on edit mode, can be resized, and edited to add, remove, or change items.