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Author: laserfishy

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Filesize: 14.73 kB

Date added: 2010-11-30

Rating: 7

Downloads: 655

Views: 835

Comments: 4

Ratings: 8

Times favored: 1

Made with: Phun

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This took me forever, since this is my first project ever using thyme. its a very reliable and realistic cylinder, better than any using motors. i used thyme to control the length of a spring. i didn't make it look realistic so you could see how it functions. plz comment and rate
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This is really great for a first-time scripting scene! The arm/cylinder holds together well, but in future projects you might find that you want to limit minimum and max lengths of springs. You should try using an IF statement to limit things, try putting this on the refresher that makes the spring longer:

(e) => {scene.my.x >= 3.01 ? {scene.my.x = 3} : {scene.my.x = scene.my.x + 0.05}}

and

(e) => {scene.my.x <= 0.99 {scene.my.x = 1} : {scene.my.x = scene.my.x - 0.05}}
(for shortening it)
Last edited at 2010/12/01 06:03:02 by axanon
cool but a bit to simple but its ur first so ill rate 7/10:tup: :tup:
Simple but efficient.:) :tup: :tup: 8/10
since the rating increased per comment i will rate 9:tup: