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Default Help! - 10-03-2010, 07:33 AM

Hi, how can I stop this snowman sinking into the ground as it moves towards the stool?
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Arrow 10-03-2010, 11:06 AM

Well, since you already have the snowman turn to face the stool at the beginning, the move towards is unnecessary; a simple move forward 1 meter will suffice, since it's already facing the stool.

Move towards is in relation to the objects' centers/pivot points. Since the snowman's pivot point is about his abdominal area (bottom of the second "snowball"), and the stool's is at the very bottom (touching the ground), move towards will make the snowman's pivot move towards the stool's pivot; and since the stool's center is below that of the snowman's, the snowman will move downwards.

I also changed the style to abruptly so that the entire movement is smooth, but you can change it back to gently (or something else) if you don't like it.
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Default 10-03-2010, 01:42 PM

Ah I see, thanks a lot that's a big help!
   
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