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#1 14 years ago

Okay. Hi again. I'm asking this in case someone already tried this but is there a way to use parts of two different lines for one sequence. For example I want to change the Both_Flip_F sequence to be a combination of Both_JumpAttack6, frames 7983-7996, with Both_Flip_F, frame 5428. I am aware they won't look that smooth if it works but this is just for my own amusement. Thanks in advance.




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#2 14 years ago
SpaydOkay. Hi again. I'm asking this in case someone already tried this but is there a way to use parts of two different lines for one sequence. For example I want to change the Both_Flip_F sequence to be a combination of Both_JumpAttack6, frames 7983-7996, with Both_Flip_F, frame 5428. I am aware they won't look that smooth if it works but this is just for my own amusement. Thanks in advance.

Nope, because the line would have be like this: BOTH_FLIP_F 5418 2568 -1 20 And that means that when BOTH_FLIP_F is performed, it will go all the way from frame 5418 to 7996.




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#3 14 years ago

Thanks for replying. I gave up anyway, looked bad and the sabers didn't cut. But that way I thinking was a line sort of like

Both_Flip_F 7983 14 +5428 -1 20 (Not what i did)

or something weird like that. Just a way of attaching the 5428 frame at the end. But i'm guessing that would require some master coding to make it all work propertly and i have no coding skills. :P