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Old 08-28-2006, 04:56 PM
pattie pattie is offline
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Avatar always returns in initial position

I have a problem I cannot figure out.
After I run a sequence on the male avatar provided by Worldviz, the avatar always returns in its initial posing position (standing with spreaded arms). For example, the sequence consists of walking to a position, then sitting. I would like the avatar to stay in the sitting position after the sequence has ended, but it will always return in its initial position.
I probably forgot something stupid :-)
Thanks for your help

Patrick
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Old 08-29-2006, 12:00 PM
betancourtb82 betancourtb82 is offline
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Here's something that might help. I had the same problem and was given this solution by someone in this forum.

Code:
def finishedActions(avatar):
 global avatarCount
 if isinstance(avatar,viz.VizAvatar):
  WaitThenFreeze = vizact.sequence( vizact.waittime(avatar.getduration(10)-.85), vizact.speed_node(0) )
  avatar.execute(10)
  avatar.clear(viz.ALL)
  avatar.clear(viz.CURRENT_ACTION)
  avatar.add(WaitThenFreeze) #Add the action to the avatar
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Old 08-31-2006, 08:15 PM
pattie pattie is offline
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Avatar always return in initial position

Thanks for your info. It actually helped me find a shorter and simpler solution.

Here it is:

avatar = viz.add('male.cfg')
avatar.translate(0,1,4)
mainview = viz.MainView
viewPosition = mainview.getPosition()
walk = vizact.walkto(viewPosition[0],viewPosition[1]-1,viewPosition[2]+6)
avatar.add(walk)
## This is the interesting code here
avatar.execute(10,delay_in=avatar.getduration(10)-.85,freeze=1)

I hope it can be useful

Patrick
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