I'm interested in using TGs to control scaling effects. I can see in 3RotateScale3 (I think that's what it's called) how to zoom out, but is there an MSG module that I can use to zoom in?

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If you put in negative values for the scaling parameters in 3RotateScale3 you can zoom in. The slider min and max range values are default min,max values but you always have the option of ignoring them and typing in your own parameter values. I should probably modify that msg processor so the min value for the slider is negative.

There isn't a specific scaling msg processor right now. it would be trivial to add one, so i'll put that on my list of things to do. i think you can probably get 3RotateScale3 to do what you want it to for now.


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