Good morning Marika:
Thanks for the explanation about the rotate command.
Is there any reason that the move command is incompatible with bongo?
My question about the tick marks is probably just the challenge of being a new user but here is what I am trying to understand:
I am animating for vehicles moving along the freeway at different speeds to show the relative positions and matching the kinematics to a surveillance video.
I have been able to identify about six different keyframes where I can position all the vehicles in an overhead diagram.
In my animation, I have one set of vehicles, each in its own block. I have been moving them through the keyframe positions and establishing keyframe data on the timeline at each point. I would like to be able to snap easily to the vehicle positions on the timeline slider that all correspond with a given red keyframe on a tick mark. So, I would like the timeline slider to snap to a keyframe. For instance, I tried double-clicking a red ghosted keyframe indicator (with no objects selected) hoping that the timeline would then jump to that moment in the kinematics. I just wanted to find out if there was a way to quickly hop to an exact point on the timeline without dragging the slider or typing in the target tick number. Again, I probably just do not understand some of the theory behind bongo since I only started with the two days ago but it would be nice for me if I could double-click on a point on the timeline and have the animation jump to that point.
If there is some other way to do this, please let me know.
Thanks for all your help,