Kinda agree with Darren. This thing could be huge if it was designed for people. As it stands, it won't ever grow past its current existence until a big company decides to buy your technology, implement decent GUIs and rinse you out of the money you could have had. Sad, but likely.
giancarlo wrote:about typing a value: it is not possible and it will never be due to our architecture (it's not the gui, it's about calculation of values)
So I can use a slider to select, say, 50 .. but I cannot actually type in the value 50?
Thats some architecture!
As a NebulaMan developer I will try to explain this 'direct value entry' problem.
Each Nebula parameter has a fixed list of values for each parameter. These values are defined by a program/preset developer. They are different from program to program, and their number is different as well.
NebulaMan handles this by analyzing all possible values of the each parameter and then using a dropdown list of these values for selection. Rather catchy stuff. Because of this, NebulaMan doesn't allow direct value entry as well!!! It would be rather difficult to control and catch all possible user entry errors which could occur.