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Default 09-16-2012, 12:06 AM

Turn to face involves rotating so that the object's center point is pointed at the target.

Point at involves both rotating and turning forward/backward so that the object's center axis forms a straight line to the target.

The difference becomes more clear if you try pointing at/turning to face targets higher or lower than the object.

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