In the Tween node, it might be convenient if in addition to “relative” there was an option for “local”? Relative is super useful since I can just move something relative to the position it is in a the beginning of the tween, but a local tween is obviously a lot different. I’ve accomplished it manually using Set Local Position and Tween Float, but it might be convenient to have it all in the same node, in this way, all three types of positional tweening can be done easily within the same node.
Hmm. The tween nodes, are already only affecting the localPosition of the gameobject both when “relative” is checked or not. So when in non “relative” mode you tween the position of an object, it is its localPosition that is tweened.
Can you elaborate on what the desired effect is please? 🙂
The current built-in tween extension is not the same as tween local, FC’s tween relative tweens an additional position to it’s current position and DOMoveLocal tweens the position to the local position, would it be possible to combine them?