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Just a quick update... for those who thought I fell off the map. Well, I never really left, I was just immersed in studying for the Architectural Exam. I received my letter on Saturday that I have passed the last part of the exam. 

With that said, after next week I should be able to start programming CoMotion again. I have a very good start on object animation andd hope to have it released before Christmas.

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well,i am for one looking forward to it as i have used comotion with ver4,i just hope you can make it easy to operate.I found vue 8 animation very easy to use with option to fly throu or walking or boat rid.
mike makki

Congrats on the exam!


A question about CoMotion2.0: it seems to be working as I expected, except that the lens length entered does not seem to have any effect: 24, 50, 100 all yield the same image.



Thanks Bill!

I'm working on some visual style stuff for the preview, so looking at the camera is a natural fit. Cameras have been a mess and I will revisit them. Hopefully I didn't hard code in a lens length for testing.




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