#3, by afrlmeSunday, 06. August 2017, 04:32 6 years ago
It's in the properties tab for the active character - same place as the 3D character settings, but changing the speed will only work if you use the default sliding walk system. see first option "walking speed".
#7, by afrlmeSunday, 06. August 2017, 12:36 6 years ago
139 = approx. 7 frames per second. If you have more frames than that you may want to reduce the pause value a bit.
In regards to the walk speed... I don't remember if you have to initialize the character movement when you adjust that as I never use the sliding walk animation system & that doesn't really use the default walk speed as I manually set the movement & pause delay for each frame myself. Anyway, after changing the walk speed value, try clicking on each of the characters walk animations, then click on the feet icon on the character animation preview windows toolbar (looks more like 2 fat exclamation marks!!) & then click on the yellow X button next to the 2 number input boxes on the right hand side & confirm. It should adjust the movement for the walk animaton. I'm not sure if you have to rinse & repeat this for each of your walk animations or whether it sorts them all out at once.