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Self-Balancing Thyme bar, tutorial is included.

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Author: kilebantick

Group: Default

Filesize: 20.06 kB

Date added: 2010-08-17

Rating: 6.2

Downloads: 466

Views: 602

Comments: 6

Ratings: 4

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo before v1.8.5


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Haven't uploaded anything for quite a long thyme, that's because i've been doing other stuff.
Anyway, here is a tutorial, and a demonstration scene, to show how to make a self balancing bar.

Link to the tutorial here: here
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cool :)
Thanks, be sure to follow the tutorial. If you need, let me know, i'd be happy to help!
Haha, god but there is a so much simpler way! Open up script menu of purple box, and set inertiaMultiplier to '+inf'. Simple as that! Then rectangle doesn't move, even if you put a huge weight on it.
If you had of read the pastebin link, you would have realised that i knew that method existed.

I preffer to do it this way. It's not cheating, and it's much more fun :3
Nice tutorial. Good introduction to thyme.
Thankyou very much S_noonan, feedback is always welcome!