Some resizable primitives (Build Array, Compound Arithmetic) have an option in their right click menu which allows you to add or remove elements:
The Index Array primitive is notably absent from that list. It would be very useful if we could add or remove elements like this:
That is exactly what the animation shows. The bottom row was moved one down because a row was added in the middle. Note that the wires themselves are bent because the entire row was moved down.
If you remove a row which has something wired into it, those wires will break, similar to how it works today on the other resizable nodes.
P.S. I didn't check, but this might also be relevant to the other resizable nodes in the array palette.
P.P.S. The example animation says "add input", but I feel that it should actually add a full row (like the animation shows). There is an argument for adding either an input or an output, depending on where you clicked, but I feel that use case is rarer.
Actually, this should probably apply to all resizable primitives.
You must be a registered user to add a comment. If you've already registered, sign in. Otherwise, register and sign in.