The Sequence Fill option is used to create a number sequence over a selection. The sequence can be forward, backward, single, double or higher increment, as a cycle, etc. The selection can be over one cell, a cell range in one or more columns, an entire column, or several entire columns.
To fill a selection with a sequence:
|1.||In the Xsheet or the Timeline view, select a cell range.|
|2.||If you are working in the Xsheet view, select Animation > Cell > Sequence Fill. Click the Sequence Fill button in the Xsheet View toolbar's extra buttons.|
In Harmony Xsheet, select Selected > Sequence Fill. You can also click on the Sequence Fill button available in the Xsheet View toolbar's extra buttons.
If you are working in the Timeline view, right-click and select Exposure > Sequence Fill.
|‣||Press [Ctrl] + [M] (Windows/Linux) or [⌘] + [M] (Mac OS X).|
The Sequence Fill dialog box opens.
|3.||In the Starting Value field, type the starting number for the number sequence.|
|4.||In the Increment field, type the increment to which the number will change from frame to frame.
(1-2-3-4, 1-3-5-7, 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1). The value can be positive or negative.
|5.||In the Hold field, choose an exposure holding value.|
|6.||Select the Cycle option if you want a cycle; type the number of cells for this cycle’s duration.|
|7.||If you selected a larger range than the amount of frames needed, select the End Frame option and type the last frame needed.|
|8.||If you want to have more than one digit in your numbers such as “001” instead of “1”, select the Padding option and add as many pound signs (#) as digits needed. Also, you can type a letter or word in the field for it to be added in front of the drawing number.|
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