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jfoley
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I just made my post on the Erain Weblog. It explains how to get Position Easing out of Swift 3D.

Read up on it here
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[ August 16, 2004, 11:04 AM: Message edited by: jfoley ]

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That is very good information! I had been wondering how to accomplish easing for some time. Good work, jfoley!

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Thanks - I'll try it out
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Is there a way to do rotation easing?
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sorry dude. i don't think so. i added it to the wishlist forum. go and add a post and mabey we'll get it in the next one.
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Hmm... That's too bad.
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hey jfo! great tip,

however you might want to take out the profanity comments below, i've contacted erain support already.

Don't people have better things to do?

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What about easing in a rotation? Like, something (an extruded shape based on an imported eps) rotates 90 degrees but doesn't change position but appears to slow down at the end?
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Whoops, sorry, somebody asked that already. Nevermind!
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Hi! If I want to apply your method of easing on imported 3ds-objects it won't work :-( Is there any help?
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