Glossary

Orientation Behavior

The Orientation behavior lets you control whether and how delegates rotate, independent of their direction of motion. Normally, a delegate always faces in the direction it's moving. You can use the Orientation behavior to specify limits to the delegate's rotational activity without affecting its path, which is generated by other behaviors. Use these settings, for example, to keep delegates facing in one direction while moving in another.

Note: These settings do not affect the path a delegate takes, which is produced by other behaviors such as Seek and Avoid. They influence only the direction it faces as it traverses the path.

 

 

 


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