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Old 12-30-2001, 03:13 PM   #1
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motion path problem

i`m on the brink of smashing my entire computer here, need help now!

i wanted to change the motion path of a bonein an object from tbc spline to linear spline, and after i`ve done that in the graphmenu the spline is linear in the graph menu but NOT in the layout, there it`s still TCB spline all curvy and shit, WHAT SHALL I DO???

i`ve had it up to here of problems with lw and i need help now
(also please take your time to answer my post regarding motion mixer(it`s a part of my nightmare))
Old 12-30-2001, 09:26 PM   #2
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when you change the motion do you mean you change the motion of one channel (like only x axis)?

the other channels won't be affected if you did that and thus still be nice n' curvy.

as for motionmixer, I hope you made backups of the scene. I haven't played enough with it to give you any sound advice but to say that somenthing broke mm. You'll be better of if you animate the character seperately, bake the motion and then load from scene.
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