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A workflow for actions
A process is a collection of tasks. Each task is like a method to be invoked. A task can be either human or automated
Starts when the state of the task is triggered. A state is a place where a task is triggered. It’s the starting point of a task. For example, you can have tasks that start with an order placed, a customer subscribed, or a machine started
Ends when the state is triggered. A state is the ending point of a task. For example, the task ends when the order is placed.
A task can be started or ended, or can be triggered at any state.
A task has dependencies to other tasks. It’s like a method call. A task is dependent on other tasks. It means the start state of a dependent task needs to be triggered before the task starts.
A task can be done by the user or an automated system.
A task has a business rule. For example, a task may be completed when the order is placed or the customer subscribed.
A task can be made up of tasks. In this case, each task can be identified with a URL.
A task can be retried when the state is triggered. For example, the task can be restarted when the order is placed again.
A task can be reached when the state is triggered. For example, the task is reached when a customer submits a task or when the task is finished.
A task can have more states when it’s triggered. For example, the task can be reached with the customer as a visitor.
A task can be deleted when the state is triggered.
A task can be inactive when the state is triggered.
A task can be complete when the state is triggered.
A task can be waiting when the state is triggered.
A task can be cancelled when the state is triggered. For example, the task can be cancelled when the customer unsubscribes.


You can use Sequential workflow activities in both scenarios:

User-scheduled tasks
Externally-scheduled tasks

Externally scheduled tasks are executed using Windows Task Scheduler and User-scheduled tasks using AzMan Work eea19f52d2

The software enables you to add frequency waves effects to your photos, by creating actual harmonic frequencies, with accurately adjusted parameters. Not only can you add special effects to your photos, but you may also experiment superimposing different frequencies in a safe environment that yields accurate results.
Mix up to ten harmonic frequencies
The software enables you to adjust the amplitude and phase for ten harmonic frequencies, in order to set the desired curvature for the wave. Thus, you may fine tune the volume and offset of each harmonic frequency, in order to gain complete control over the base frequency.
Each parameter can be adjusted quickly and easily, by sliding the dedicated buttons, afferent to each line, upwards or downwards. Each of these attributes influence a certain segment of the base frequency, thus causing the wave to shift according to your settings.
Create custom base lines
By superimposing the ten frequencies, you can obtain several types of base lines, starting from the most common ones, such as square, sawtooth and triangle waves, up to more complex combinations. The plug-in allows you to easily change the base frequency, by sliding the dedicated button, to the desired value.
Moreover, you can fine tune the main frequency manually or let the plug-in automatically normalize the resulted wave. Graphic elements of the frequency wave can be also modified, such as wave thickness or color. You may choose any color you wish, from the available spectrum.
Once created, the frequency wave is automatically scaled to fit the size and format of the photo, but you may use the reliable preview as guide, should you wish to make changes. You can apply the current frequency configuration to the photo or export it to.HXS format and load it later, for a different photo.


Harmonix Pro is a standalone tool with a good reputation on various sites and forums. For me, it was very easy to install.

The installer asks for an Administrator password, which is automatically saved. The installer automatically downloads the right version for your operating system.

If you try to run the program in compatibility mode, the software will download its components again, which are incompatible with some operating systems.

The default installation path is in Program Files (x86), but you may change it.

Harmonix is also available for free in the “portable” version. The portable version allows you to install the software on several computers and computers without administrator privileges.

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