Hi!

More about plugins …

I’ve been doing some readings about plugins and this is my interpretation of what I’ve read.

In the computer world, a plugin is a program that adds functionality to a larger program. In the context of UF, plugins add functionality to UF but are customized for particular formulas, algorithms, or transformations.

Thus, it follows that one starts by selecting a plugin FIRST and, then, selecting an applicable formula, algorithm, or transformation.

And, in doing so, the selected formula, algorithm, or transformation displays additional features (features not found in the original formula, algorithm, or transformation). And, then one goes on and tweaks the plugins parameters.

Am I right?

If so, I’ll go ahead and explore using plugins. As suggested by Chris Martin (aka Velvet-Glove), I found how to use UF plugins by viewing Damian Jones tutorial:

http://www.hiddendimension.com/Challenges/UF5Challenges.html

Thank you!

Dr. T

Hi!
More about plugins …
I’ve been doing some readings about plugins and this is my interpretation of what I’ve read.
In the computer world, a plugin is a program that adds functionality to a larger program. In the context of UF, plugins add functionality to UF but are customized for particular formulas, algorithms, or transformations.
Thus, it follows that one starts by selecting a plugin FIRST and, then, selecting an applicable formula, algorithm, or transformation.
And, in doing so, the selected formula, algorithm, or transformation displays additional features (features not found in the original formula, algorithm, or transformation). And, then one goes on and tweaks the plugins parameters.
Am I right?
If so, I’ll go ahead and explore using plugins. As suggested by Chris Martin (aka Velvet-Glove), I found how to use UF plugins by viewing Damian Jones tutorial:
http://www.hiddendimension.com/Challenges/UF5Challenges.html
Thank you!
Dr. T