** “** Create: Creates a new level.
** Load: Loads an existing level.
** Save: Saves a level to the disk.
** Save: Saves all the entities and entities groups to the disk.
** Reset: Clears everything.
** Animation: Runs the animation of all the entities defined in the level.
** Locality: Locality of the objects.
** Keys: Controls the event key events.
** Trigger: Trigger an action when a specific event happens.
The level editor has a tabbed dialog for inputing the structure of the level. The level designer needs to define the area for the level, which is specified by the position and the size.
The position of the area is specified by the center and the radius. The center is the middle point of the area and the radius specifies the area of the area itself.
The size of the area is specified by the width and the height.
The colors of the graphics of the level are defined in the color list.
Level structure description:
* Line: Graphics line with a width of 1.
* Ring: Rings are areas in the level. They have a width of 4 and a radius of 1. Ring centers are located in the space of the center and the radius of the area. Rings are looped.
* Tile: The drawing of the objects that are represented by the model. The graphics are specified by the textureID, which is saved in the level. Textures are always rectangular.
* Object: A collection of objects.
* Box: A box entity.
* Sphere: A sphere entity.
* HeightMap: A height map. The top layer is the ground layer, the second is the medium, etc.
* Animation: The animation of the objects in the level.
* StaticObject: StaticObject is a new entity type in MonkeyWorld3D. The model for this entity is model/object.png and the heightmap is model/object/heightmap.png.
* DynamicObject: A dynamic entity. The model for this entity is model/object.png and the heightmap is model/object/heightmap.png.
* EventTrigger: An event trigger. The heightmap for this entity is model/trigger.png.
* LocationTrigger: A trigger that determines the position of the objects. The heightmap for this entity is model/trigger. 70238732e0
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It also enables you to map keys in the MK1 to shortcuts for your Mac. This means that you can control your Mac through the MK1.
Keymacro can be purchased and installed through the Korg website, or it can be downloaded and run on your Mac using the provided installer file.
Once you have installed Keymacro you can immediately use it to map the MK1 keys to Mac shortcuts.
However, it is also very easy to map keys in your computer to the MK1.
* 10.12.1* – Fixed issue with the app not being started.
* 10.12.0* – Fixed issue with the app not being able to write out.mmk file to file.
* 10.11.3* – Added support for the Korg VX-10.
* 10.11.2* – Fixed issue with the MK1 button appearing on top of keyboard.
* 10.11.1* – Fixed issue with custom keyboard shortcut being lost after connecting the Mac and restarting the program.
* 10.11.0* – Added the ability to map the Mac’s keystroke to the Korg VX-10.
* 10.10.3* – Fixed issue where users of keyboards with Japanese characters could not use the program.
* 10.10.2* – Fixed an issue where the Mac keyboard shortcut would not be saved.
* 10.10.1* – Fixed issue with the app not starting on Mavericks.
* 10.10.0* – Added support for the Roland JP-05.
* 10.9.2* – Fixed issue with crashing the app while saving a keyboard.
* 10.9.1* – Fixed issue with the MK1 button appearing on top of the keyboard.
* 10.9.0* – Fixed issue with Mac software update and saving a keyboard after restarting the app.
* 10.8.1* – Added support for Roland S-900.
* 10.8.0* – Added support for Roland K-2500, Roland J-05, Roland JP-05, Roland JP-03, Roland V-01, Roland MS-20, Roland VS-25