I noticed in the switch there are some text overlays that sort of rotate inward… How do you do that? Do you have to make a gif, or is there some trick? I tried scaling overlays to be negative in a period of time, but it’s not that…
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To request you need…
put a negative sign before the rotation number to make it rotate the opposite way!
@overlay OVERLAYNAME rotates # anchor point x x in T
# is a number between 0 through 360 (like the degrees of a circle)
360 turns the overlay all the way around, which turns it back to 0
180 makes the overlay upside down
Put a negative sign before the number to make it rotate the opposite way.
Rotating an overlay depends on it’s
anchor point which is the point from which the overlay will rotate:
anchor point 0 0 is the bottom left of the overlay
anchor point 0.5 0.5 is the center of the overlay
anchor point 1 1 is the top right of the overlay
Think of a graph when trying to place the anchor point
This overlay is rotating from anchor point 0 0
This overlay is rotating from anchor point 0.5 0.5
Keep in mind that the overlay will rotate the entire PNG image of the overlay which includes the transparent background. If you want to make the overlay rotate from the center, then your overlay needs to be in the center of the PNG image.
If your overlay is NOT in the center like this:
Then this is how the overlay will rotate at anchor point 0.5 0.5
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