Tim, :)did ya try what I said. Enable the â€œsizeâ€ parameter in the keyframe properties. It rotates and scales(strange). Something is corrupt with that file. Canâ€™t say what > most likely the way it was created but I wouldnâ€™t waste any time on it, just draw/create another one.Let it go
I don't think the parameters assigned in anilab are stored with the drawing they are saved with the plugin so you have to enable the anilab parameters.The parameters saved in the anilab palette are saved with the drawing.
in a roundabout way, you have resolved this problem . . . . yeeha! Sorry, I don't usually react this way.
I read the help files for Animation Lab some years ago, and there was a nagging suspicion in my fuddled brain cell that I should do so again. After trying your suggestion, something hit me . . . ouch!
Well, what-do-you-know, there it was again - a little gem of information, which saves so many hassles, that it should be imprinted on every animators mind . . . . DO NOT have anything selected under Manipulation
, running as shown, for other settings, should see you through the worst! in the see below
"Let it go" sorry, I don't understand that phrase!
Many thanks for lighting the fuse of discovery.
« Last Edit: September 26, 2012, 12:32:48 PM by Tim Stewart »
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