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Jack Scott
Applying Ramp behaviour on Number Counter
on Jun 6, 2020 at 5:07:38 pm

Hi all,
I'm looking to add a speed curve to a number counter, starts at 1 and ends at 187.
I'd like it to have an ease-out behaviour, slowing down and arriving at 187.
I've tried adding Ramp behaviour and applying it to Object.Numbers.Value - but it doesn't seem to affect the rate at which the number changes.
Can anyone help?
Thanks,
Jack


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Brett Sherman
Re: Applying Ramp behaviour on Number Counter
on Jun 8, 2020 at 7:00:52 pm

In the Generator uncheck "Animate". Then apply a Ramp to the number "value". Start ramp at 1 and end at 187. Then adjust "Curve" in Ramp Behavior to desired Ease. It will also "Ease" out of 1 too.

You can also add an "Average" parameter to the number "Value". It basically does the same thing as "Curve" but you can double-up the Easing with it. You have to adjust the "Start" offset because it "Averages before the start of the ramp. And be forewarned Motion can on occasion ignore "Average" for unexplicable reasons. See below:



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