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    How to control rotation direction

    Hello there.

    I'm having an object change animation and start rotating by changing its movement to "physics static movement" and setting "rotating speed".

    What I want is for the object to resume its horizontal alignment when the rotation is set to endŽand the animation is changed back to normal.

    Should I use even use physics and multiple movements for this? The object only has 1 animation direction.

    Thanks!

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    If you don't need the physics properties and you just want the object to rotate you can just set its angle.

    For the "rotating speed" you can set the direction speed (Properties - Direction options - Lower Speed & Higher Speed)

    I've attached an example for you.
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    Thank you very much! Never having worked with angles or scaling before I overlooked the possibilities.

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