By default, the matrixctrl object outputs a list of three numbers: row, column, and the value for that location (i.e. 1 or 0). I am interested in the ability of the matrixctrl object to put out more values than just 1 or 0 -- say, a range of 5 values.
When I set the object to do this, however, the visual display of the matrixctrl object gets very messy.
I gather the solution is to somehow supply my own cell images to the matrixctrl object. I'm guessing one could have a number of images corresponding to the range of value-states.
Has anyone done this? Do I need to go into photoshop and create 5 identically-sized different images, and point the matrixctrl object toward those images in the Inspector window? (there does not seem to be an obvious way to specify multiple matrix cell pictures).
Your advice would be deeply appreciated.