April 5, 2023 at 2:32 pmFAQParticipant
SuperGlyphs enable a collection of two or more glyphs connected in a process flow to be reduced to a single glyph. It is effectively like taking a portion of the process and turning it into a subroutine. Features of SuperGlyphs include: · Their internal components can be hidden from the end user (a “black box” approach). · Editable properties can be restricted to only that necessary for the Super- Glyph’s purpose. · Highly complex flows can be saved as a simple SuperGlyph. · Saved SuperGlyphs appear on the glyph palette and can be inserted into other flows or other SuperGlyphs. For example, a SuperGlyph can be created that carries out a low-pass filter in a specific way. The designer of such SuperGlyphs may expose only a subset of properties to its user, for example, restricting the user to only entering a cut-off frequency value. The internal components and properties of such a SuperGlyph can be password protected so that if a sophisticated flow has been created, it can be locked.
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