PropertyWizard 1-8-2 includes an extra inverse tan function, ‘atan2’:
The new function allows you to calculate the angle of a line from the line’s Y and X components (note the order of the arguments!) and it will return angle values from -π to +π radians (-180 to +180 degrees).
This is more versatile than the existing function ‘atan’, which can only return angles from -π/2 to +π/2 radians (-90 to +90 degrees).
There are three new text extraction functions in PropertyWizard version 1-8-2. They give you more options for extracting sub-strings from a string of text, alongside the existing substr(<text>, <index>, <count>) function.
This new function returns the end of the <text>, starting from character number <index>. The first character index is zero.
This operates just like substr(<text>, <index>, <count>) but returns all the characters from <index> to the end of the text, not just <count> characters. It’s useful if you want to get rid of the first <count>+1 characters from the text, but don’t know how long the text will be.