What's new in Radi v0.9.1
The Radi application file is now signed with my Apple Developer ID, so it should be compatible with the Gatekeeper feature on OS X 10.8 "Mountain Lion".
If you encounter any problems running Radi on Mountain Lion, please let me know.
Keyframe buttons in the Inspector now indicate that values have been modified but they're not saved in the keyframe. You can tell by the red color:
This happens when Auto-keyframe is disabled and you drag a layer. (The idea is that you can modify a layer's values to test out things without messing up your saved keyframes.) To save the keyframe, click on the button and the red color goes away.
Added context menus to the Keyframe buttons in the Inspector. These menus contain commands that affect the selected parameter. Use right-click or Cmd+click to access the context menu.
Expressions provide a way to create animation procedurally rather than creating it manually in the workspace. Expressions can be used together with keyframe animation, and indeed they probably work best for complementing keyframes. For example, you could use an expression to create mechanical motion such as a sine wave, and use keyframes to control the overall position of the layer.
Fixed issues with clipping layers being incorrectly positioned within a Canvas element that has a non-zero origin. Thanks to Miguel Rivero for the report.
Fixed issue where dragging a child layer would incorrectly inherit its parent layer's scaling in the offset.
Fixed many small bugs and UI annoyances.
Each Radi version tends to focus on slightly different features. For example, Radi 0.9 introduced realtime WebGL filters:
What's new in Radi 0.9
Copyright 2012 Lacquer oy/ltd. All rights reserved.