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Changing Color in an Animation

Discussion in 'Animation' started by TheDryden, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. TheDryden


    Oct 20, 2017
    I currently have an Animation that, among other things, causes the animated object to fade out over the course of 30 seconds. I accomplish this by changing the alpha from 1 to 0 over that time period.

    This all worked great, until I tried to change the color of the object to another color. At this point, the color in the Animation immediately overwrote what ever color I selected.

    Is there some way to change the starting color in an Animation in C#, or do I need to try an move this part of the Animation into C# directly to give me the control I need?