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maintaining object posistion - Macromedia Director 3D

Hi, I have a problem importing my shockwave file into Director. My scene has a room full of spheres that are each animted in a different way. I was going to attatch interactivity to each one so they could be played seperately. The problem I am having in Director is that they all fly off the axis I placed them on in Lightwave. It only seems to work when they are placed at 0,0,0 but there are 10 spheres so they have to spaced apart. How can I maintain the correct posistion of my objects during animation? thank you...

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    Default maintaining object posistion

    Hi,

    I have a problem importing my shockwave file into Director.

    My scene has a room full of spheres that are each animted in a different way.
    I was going to attatch interactivity to each one so they could be played
    seperately. The problem I am having in Director is that they all fly off the
    axis I placed them on in Lightwave. It only seems to work when they are placed
    at 0,0,0 but there are 10 spheres so they have to spaced apart.

    How can I maintain the correct posistion of my objects during animation?

    thank you

    ru55 Guest

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    Default Re: maintaining object posistion

    I fixed my problem by repositioning the models in Director using "transfrom.position" Lingo
    ru55 Guest

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