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Chapter 13. Making Advanced Connections > Some Practical Uses for Constraints

Some Practical Uses for Constraints

Constraints are extremely useful tools. The idea of using weighted constraints to blend multiple transform attributes can be a general solution for many other problems, not just for picking up or grabbing objects.

In fact, constraints can be used to control any transform attribute of an object in many powerful and creative ways. Here is a rundown of some of the most common types of constraints:


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