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Alexandros Anoyatis

More or less, yes. One number variable (tied to the slider) that gets updated by itself and another variable that triggers the autorotate (which is executed in two layers - one for each rotation side).

The whole purpose of this case, is to have manual and auto rotation work from the last position seamlessly, and maybe add information snippets tied to certain rotations, otherwise it's not really worth the time and effort to build it - you might as well use an xml rotator and fire it up through a web object.
Just my 2c,
Alex

Michael Hinze
Alexandros Anoyatis

Wow, Michael, this last example belongs to the showcase, if it's not already there.

After watching all of that, I'm a little reluctant to show my (unpolished) example, which is similar to your 3D rotation interaction. Have a look, if you can forgive the "whiteness" of it all.

Alex

Looks nice Alex! For these types of rotations, I think the key is to have  decent 3D model that's nicely lit, just like your phone model.

Michael Hinze
Glen Meyer

Thanks again Michael for the help.  Responding to Alex and his excellent phone rotate example, it appears to me that I set up a slider using variables through triggers.  It that the right path or am I missing something?

Glen

When you insert a slider, a variable is automatically created as well. As you move the slider, the variable changes and vice versa. One you get the hang of this concept, the sky is the limit!