Tutorials:TS3 Easy Object Animation

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TS3 Easy Object Animations with TS3 Animator - RothN

1. download.png

2. open it.png

3. install it.png

4. set it aside.png

5. create your object.png

6. get the name of the RIG.png

7. Open TS3 Animator.png

8. Create a new animation.png

9. Expand the view.png

10. Fill in the textboxes.png

11. Do the animation.png

12. Create a state machine.png

13. Set up the state machine.png

14. Hook up the animation.png

15. Insert the states.png

16. hook up the states part 1.png

17. hook up the states part 2.png

18. Done.png

Creating a Default Object Script that will Run the Above Mentioned State Machine (feature new to TS3 Animator as of 11/27/2011)

  1. Click File->New->Script
  2. In the textbox that says "Class Name" in gray, type:
  1. In the big empty box, type:
namespace Sims3.Gameplay.Objects.Miscellaneous
 public class MyLocoDresser : Sims3.Gameplay.Objects.ShelvesStorage.Mimics.DresserDesigner
 public override void OnStartup()


 public sealed class PlayObjectAnim : Sims3.Gameplay.Interactions.Interaction<Sims3.Gameplay.Actors.Sim, MyLocoDresser>
	 public static readonly Sims3.Gameplay.Interactions.InteractionDefinition Singleton = new Definition();

	 private bool PlayTheAnimation(Sims3.Gameplay.Interactions.InteractionInstance instance)

		this.mCurrentStateMachine = Sims3.SimIFace.StateMachineClient.Acquire(this.InstanceActor, "CrazyDresser", Sims3.SimIFace.AnimationPriority.kAPDefault);
		this.mCurrentStateMachine.SetActor("dresser", this.Target);
		this.mCurrentStateMachine.EnterState("dresser", "Enter");

		mCurrentStateMachine.RequestState("dresser", "Exit");

		return true;

	 protected override bool Run()
		return true;

	 private sealed class Definition : Sims3.Gameplay.Interactions.InteractionDefinition<Sims3.Gameplay.Actors.Sim, MyLocoDresser, MyLocoDresser.PlayObjectAnim>
		protected override string GetInteractionName(Sims3.Gameplay.Actors.Sim a, MyLocoDresser target, Sims3.Gameplay.Autonomy.InteractionObjectPair interaction)
			return "Play Animation";

		protected override bool Test(Sims3.Gameplay.Actors.Sim a, MyLocoDresser target, bool isAutonomous, ref Sims3.SimIFace.GreyedOutTooltipCallback greyedOutTooltipCallback)
			return true;

Finally, Export your package and say something in the discussion page if it doesn't work.

This is the .package file that the tutorial should yield.

Further Notes and Clarification:

  • To pan in the Jazz Editor, make small circular motions with your mouse near the edge of the screen in the directin that you want to pan.

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