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How can i transfer my player with timeline object?

Discussion in 'Timeline' started by WhitEnamel, Jul 5, 2018.

  1. WhitEnamel

    WhitEnamel

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    I created basic platform and animated with timeline. But i'm jumping this platform's top with my player, platform just move self. I tried both the Animator, the Playable Director, and the RigidBody settings, but I did not get a different result.
     
  2. julienb

    julienb

    Unity Technologies

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    Could you provide more details? What exactly happens to the platform? Can you provide pictures of you setup?
     
  3. WhitEnamel

    WhitEnamel

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    I was able to explain this in the most appropriate way.

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  4. sebastienlh

    sebastienlh

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    Just a quick thought: is the rigid body for your platform set to be kinematic? A non kinematic rigid body can only be moved by physics if you want it to behave properly; if you want to move it through other means (Timeline / Animation / Code), it has to be kinematic.
     
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