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Thread: Joints and rotations

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    Joints and rotations


    I'm doing a arm/leg joint script sistem.

    I divided the Leg in two parts, and I want the lower segment to "keep up" with de upper segment along it's rotation, as for a normal human being.

    In a zip are provided my first two failed atempts, please give a look.

    Can you help me?
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    well I figured it out, thx anyway

    If ur intrested by the way..

    INSTRUCTIONS: click body parts to rotate them twoards the mouse..
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    I think the new flash player will have built in kinematics, which will make stuff like this a breeze. Not that it was so difficult to begin with, but ... yeah.
    you = function(){
    setEnabled( true );
    setEnabled( false );

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