Code buttons are identified as having a blue background by default and a white diamond symbol in the top left corner.
- Name a code button to define an event which will become an instance in the timeline, for example you may name a code button “Slam dunk” for a basketball game.
- When you have captured a movie and used a code button, the button creates a row in the left column of the timeline.
- The code button identifier symbol, a diamond, will be either white or green. A white diamond means it has a toggle action that must be clicked on to start coding an instance and click on it again to stop coding. A green diamond means the button has a lag time and will stop coding at the predefined lag time after it has been clicked.