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You can set the intermediate objects in the blend group as child objects of the blend, which causes them to behave as blend control objects. The properties of these child blend objects can be edited in the same way as control objects, which in turn affects the appearance of the Blend effect applied between the original parent control objects and/or other child blend objects. The action is referred to as splitting. When split, the blend objects between the child objects and the control objects become child blend groups. By creating and moving child blend objects, you can have a blend follow an indirect path between its parent control objects. This affects the appearance of the child blend groups between the child and control objects. As byzantine as this sounds, the effects can be absolutely spectacular; they more than pay for your mental gymnastics, and this is as difficult as it gets for complex blends. Child objects controlling a split blend can also be returned to their original state as blend group objects, which eliminates the split. This is called fusing and is done using the Fuse End command. Figure 21-13 shows in detail the before-and-after effects of a split blend; familiarize yourself with what the visual effects are of splitting and fusing a Blend effect. In splitting, two blend objects within a blend group are specified here as child blend objects and then moved, resulting in a multipoint blend. Each time the blend is split, a new set of interactive markers appears between the control and child blend objects on the path of the child blend group.
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The printing press was revolutionary. Television was revolutionary. Even CDs can be considered revolutionary because they were a completely new way of storing digital audio and computer data on a compact optical disc. But Blu-ray is fundamentally an evolution from DVD, which was itself an evolution of CD and a refinement of Video CD. Sure, Blu-ray provides unprecedented ability to interact with video, but this is merely taking DVD to the next level. BD-Live features, such as, Internet-based updates of actor information and dubbing in new downloaded audio tracks are very cool, but most of these were pioneered by InterActual and others using PC playback of DVD. Blu-ray technology is remarkable, and can be used for some impressive things controlling movie playback from an iPhone or sending e-mail between Blu-ray players but it is not a radically different, or an even mildly disruptive, technology.
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Lauric, myristic, palmitic, and stearic fatty acids make up most of the saturated fatty acids found in fats. Oleic acid, linoleic acid, and linolenic acid are the most abundant unsaturated fatty acids found in oils. The main difference between oils and fats is that oils are liquid at room temperature and fats are solid at room temperature. Oils, such as olive oil or corn oil, usually come from plant sources and contain mainly unsaturated fatty acids. Fats, such as butter and lard, contain an abundance of saturated fatty acids and generally come from animal sources. Saturated and unsaturated fatty acids have different chemical properties. Halogens can be easily added to fats that contain carbon-carbon double bonds. The reaction may be shown as I2 R-CH CH-R 0 R-CHICHI-R . In this activity, iodine solution is used to detect and estimate the degree of unsaturation in fats. The red-brown color of iodine will disappear when an iodine solution is added to an unsaturated fat. The red-brown color of the iodine will be retained when the solution is added to a saturated fat.
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time hold the inner part of the tire together, resulting in a puncture-proof combination. Another option is to fill the tires with foam, which a lot of experienced robot builders use to keep down the weight of their robots. Traction on the combat floor is important. Go-kart tires are made for extremely hard use, and their fairly soft surface has pretty good traction (see Figure 3-8). Many of the pneumatic tires you might find in surplus houses or hardware stores have molded treads for traction purposes. The industrial cart tires mentioned earlier with the hard rubber tires are not pneumatic, but they can be modified with grooves, which some builders believe give traction to the wheels. Cutting with a knife or saw is not recommended, though, as any sharp cuts or gouges can easily propagate into a crack that can eventually sever the tire. Grinding the grooves is recommended instead.
This tidbit will interest anyone who wants to look under the hood and see what s actually happening when you use shaping operations in CorelDRAW. Users are insulated from the mind-boggling math; all you need to do is click here and go there, but the history of the Shaping features is an intriguing one. The proper mathematical th name for shaping is Boolean operations, named after the 19 century mathematician George Boole, who invented a logic system in algebra for describing certain functions in plain English terms, similar to Visual Basic and Python scripting, in which mere mortals can fathom what the code is doing. Boolean operations extend a typical digital data set from elements such as true and false to include operations such as and, not, or, and so on. When these operations are applied to geometry, we make the leap from A is a rectangle, B is an overlapping circle to show me A and B together, or include in the new shape A but not B. This is the basis for the operation CorelDRAW performs when you use one shape as a target and a different one for the source in a shape operation.
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