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PostPosted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 4:35 am 
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When I was working on another squishable episode I tried to make the thing walk with no problems. When I tweened it it was a bit off-key. So after I edited them to not have that problem there is a little shake. I didn't want that :(

How do I avoid the problem?


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It would help if we could see the effect - is there a URL for any upload?

You say \"... after I edited them to not have that problem there is a little shake...\" so I'm wondering if you did something frame by frame rather than using 'Modify objects' (position and/or size) on a group of frames.

Since 'Modify objects' has also been accessible as part of the menu for 'Multi-frame Operations', I've found this to be incredibly useful because it cuts out the need to make changes a frame at a time which will usually create an unwanted wobble or shake.

But without seeing the effect you describe, it's hard to be sure what you did.


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ok, but i'll think i'll deal with it.


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natartoonixtweener wrote:
ok, but i'll think i'll deal with it.

Maybe not much point in posting the query then ?


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 14, 2010 12:21 am 
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maybe.


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natartoonixtweener wrote:
maybe.


Then stop asking things that you think you can deal with.


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Pennaz91 wrote:
Then stop asking things that you think you can deal with.

Agreed - it's something Nat likes to do. Maybe just to increase his posts or to bump something to the top or .... I've no idea.

Unfortunately, it's easy to become fed up with posts of the type you refer to. This can only mean that when he does need help, he's less likely to find that anyone will post a solution just in case they end up with an "I can deal with it myself" response. Silly, really.

However, one or two of his longer posts into Youtube have been interesting.


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