A breakdown of how a page is constructed. Each splicon is linked to/initiated by its parent trigger.
Triggers can also run internal scripts so that the splicons can splanimate into the scene in a timed sequence.
When you "line up" in a relative path, relative splicons, they create the effect of a common stack, as shown by the MS Office stack which is in a general "row".
When you "scatter" in a relative path, relative splicons, they create a NEW type of stack, a spli-stack. These stacks use the background images objects and "lines" to create the path for the stack and determine what the splicons in the stack will look like.
Author credits will be in the splinterface's release deviation