We're keeping things fresh over here with another update. Please let me introduce Letters in Motion's Accordion 1.0.5. This is a rather large update with a lot of performance enhancements, upgraded tools, and new features. Here is a list of some of my favorite highlights.
Because objects don't usually just start and stop instantly, we've created a new easing editor to help you create animations that are more realistic. The Easing Editor is one of the new options available for the Select tool. It includes options for Easing In and Easing Out for each segment. The current default is Flat.
Numeric Value Support
One of the most useful features in the 1.0.5 update is the addition of numeric values. Now, nearly every tool has options that can set exact times, angles, or positions.
The new Operate option allows for relative adjustments and is available for most tools. If you wish to move a segment forward exactly thirty milliseconds, use the Operate option and set it to +30ms.
With the new numeric support, we were finally able to build a color editor. In the Color Editor, color choices can be made using HSB, Hex, and RGB values. Simply tap the values to change them or sift through the HSB, Hex, and RGB inputs by tapping the arrows at the bottom right of the screen.
We've also added color bookmarking where you can bookmark your favorites colors to use them over and over and easily share them among contributers. Colors will be named automatically, but can be changed at any time.
In the Options Menu, there is a new and improved General section. There are several new options and customizations in this section. My favorite is the Timeline Scrubbing Style.
Due to popular demand, this menu includes an option for inverted timeline scrubbing. The Tracking option tracks as if using a track bar, while Sliding slides the timeline itself.