Rotating objects?

  • #10, by EinzelkämpferWednesday, 01. April 2015, 15:56 6 years ago
    Ah, I see. You are right. Objects that are partly outside the screen from the beginning are cropped indeed. I had tried with an object that is inside the screen but partly (or completely) outside during rotation only. I thought that would be the problem, but fortunately it is not. So objects can leave the viewport while rotating and will come back without damage.

    2D is okay in this case. My object is round and centered. Like a Monkey Island code wheel. grin

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  • #11, by marvelMonday, 08. October 2018, 18:45 2 years ago
    I used this script to turn a wheel - but unfortunately it keeps on turning grin How do I stop the wheel after a 360° turn?

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  • #12, by marvelMonday, 08. October 2018, 19:09 2 years ago
    Well, I solved this. But can I slow down the turning in the end?

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  • #13, by afrlmeMonday, 08. October 2018, 20:31 2 years ago
    You need to use easing or turn it a certain amount followed by a pause then another rotation with a longer delay time. But first, try easeQuintOut for the easing.

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  • #14, by marvelMonday, 08. October 2018, 22:41 2 years ago
    You need to use easing or turn it a certain amount followed by a pause then another rotation with a longer delay time. But first, try easeQuintOut for the easing.
    Unfortunately not working :/

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  • #15, by afrlmeMonday, 08. October 2018, 22:51 2 years ago
    Can you paste the script you are using please Thomas? &/or link me a video or some screenshots.

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