Re: has any one had luck figuring out this new Schematyc tool

because i dont want to have to learn what array,functions,switches,signals and the others do.

shorty story is that schematyc understanding at the very least requires understanding c++ terminology and definitions to understand how to use it.

the greatest thing about the flowgraph was the fact it didnt use complex terminology which makes it no confusing

ivanhawkes wrote:How can it take you longer to learn one scripting language than it took me to do an entire university level first year course?

State machines are not that hard, spend a little time with google and find out how they work and then you can use that part of Schematyc. It's entirely optional, though you will be very limited in what you can do if you can't learn how a state machine works.

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