Rubber Bands: Allow them to anchor to each other
|Opened on:||Thursday, March 10, 2011 - 08:12|
|Last modified:||Thursday, March 17, 2011 - 19:54|
It would be nice if multiple rubber bands could anchor at the same point, and that one point could then be dragged around freely, taking all the rubber bands attached at that point with it. This would allow you to, for example, anchor 5 points to the left and right of a curve and gradually reshape it with the tension produced by moving these 2 anchor points as the protein folds step by step.
1) Drag rubber band end to somewhere in the void.
2) Drag another rubber band end to the same place in the void.
3) Before dropping, the first rubber band end becomes larger and highlighted to indicate you're about to attach these 2 rubber band ends together.
4) Drop the rubber band end, causing the 2 rubber bands to become bound at this point.
5) Repeat steps 1-4 as many times as you like to tie as many rubber bands to this anchor as you prefer.
1) Drag the anchor point of the many rubber bands
All rubber bands anchored there shift their endpoint in tandem rather than having to drag each one at a time.