Note: All parameters are in Motion Units
Use the X-axis Controls to move the position of a Blend-Point along the X-axis, and not change the Motion-Width.
However, there is a special case when you edit Blend-Point #1.
Edit Motion Start to move the first Blend-Point (#1) to start earlier or later than 0 [Units] (machine degrees or time], relative to the Master-Machine-Angle.
The Motion-Width does not change when you edit the Motion-Start.
New: 14.3 + The Motion graphs move across the X-axis as you edit the Motion-Start. The graphs will start the X-axis at 0).
To move the X-axis value of the active Blend-Point to become earlier or later [see Warning].
The Motion-Width does not change [see Warning].
Special Case: Blend-Point #1
If you attempt to increase the X-axis value of Blend-Point #1:
•You decrease the duration of Segment #1 and increase the duration of the Last Segment [see Warning].
•However, you will not increase X-axis value, it will be equal the Motion-Start.
If you attempt to decrease the X-axis value of Blend-Point #1:
•You increase the duration of Segment #1 and decrease the duration of the Last Segment [see Warning].
•However, you will not decrease X-axis value, it will be equal the Motion-Start.
If you edit a Blend-Point and it bumps its adjacent Blend-Point, the adjacent Blend-Point moves slightly AND the Motion-Width increases a small amount.
E.G. : In the example above
The Motion Start is 0º.
The X-axis value of active Blend-Point is 150º
You can edit active Blend-Point within these limits: (see Warning above)
•Maximum < 270º
As you edit the X-axis value in the data box, the active Blend-Point moves to the left(<) or to the right(>)
See also: How to Edit a value in a Data-box.