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Animating moving a triangle
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Hello! Can someone help me with the commands for the following?
For triangles that are polygons on 3 points, I want to animate moving them to another location on the same graph. I want to maintain all proportions. They don't need to rotate or anything like that, just move from one place to another.
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Bonjour ,
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Thank you, I will give that a try.
The classic method for animated and defined movements, also used in illustrations of Pythagorean proves is to use a slider s from 0 to 1 and to multiply the desired movement (vector or rotation or whatever) with s. So the question is 'Do you want to move it freely in a desired direction?' as frndmrsl showed or 'Do you want to animate a defined displacement?'"I want to animate moving them to another location on the same graph" doesn't make this clear.
chris
ccambre what you described is what I am looking for. I have some parabolas moving that way, with slider and vectors. I need the triangles to do the same. Thanks for clarifying that.
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