Assign incremental numbers to a smart dial?

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madriver
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Assign incremental numbers to a smart dial?

Post by madriver » Mon Dec 07, 2015 10:11 pm

Like steps in increments of, say, 10? So that when you move the dial it lands on a specific number? Like a tachometer. This could be especially useful when trying to line up moves from different body parts.
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Re: Assign incremental numbers to a smart dial?

Post by funksmaname » Mon Dec 07, 2015 10:34 pm

if you mean 'snapping' to 10 degree increments, i don't think this is possible, although you could with shift snap to 45 degree incrememnts and keep going round past 360.

If you mean so that it just makes a change on a specific number, if you set your animation to 'step' that is exactly what it will do...
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Re: Assign incremental numbers to a smart dial?

Post by madriver » Mon Dec 07, 2015 11:44 pm

Step interpolation! Yes, of course. Thank you!
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