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   * A stroke is from the moment you put the stylus on the device, to the moment you remove the stylus from the device. It forms a line. A segment is a fraction of that stroke. Note that the tiniest dot you can draw on the device already has several segments. ​   * A stroke is from the moment you put the stylus on the device, to the moment you remove the stylus from the device. It forms a line. A segment is a fraction of that stroke. Note that the tiniest dot you can draw on the device already has several segments. ​
   * The parser knows how many pages/​layers/​strokes/​segments it expects, so it just stops reading after that point. There is no byte used to signal that a stroke/​layer/​page is over before starting to parse the next.   * The parser knows how many pages/​layers/​strokes/​segments it expects, so it just stops reading after that point. There is no byte used to signal that a stroke/​layer/​page is over before starting to parse the next.
-  * According to Axel Hübl the last 8 bytes of the stroke have a different meaning: 4 bytes: pen rotation to X axis, 4 bytes: pen rotation to Y axis. See his blog post: [https://​plasma.ninja/​blog/​devices/​remarkable/​binary/​format/​2017/​12/​26/​reMarkable-lines-file-format.html reMarkable .lines File Format]+  * According to Axel Hübl the last 8 bytes of the stroke have a different meaning: 4 bytes: pen rotation to X axis, 4 bytes: pen rotation to Y axis. See his blog post: [[https://​plasma.ninja/​blog/​devices/​remarkable/​binary/​format/​2017/​12/​26/​reMarkable-lines-file-format.htmlreMarkable .lines File Format]]
  
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tech/filesystem.txt · Last modified: 2018/03/03 17:31 by splitbrain