Lately I have been doing a lot with the Autopositioner. One is having JD sit on a seat and get up again. The seat is about 43mm high which is just right for JD to sit on with the knee servos at right angles to the feet and the upper leg servos at right angles to the knees so as to form the perfect seated posture. The sitting on the seat operation is only basically one frame and goes very smoothly. The standing from the seat is more complicated since JD has to maintain balance as he stands, therefore has several steps.
My problem is that the first step in which he rises part way in the overall action goes as fast as it can no matter what I try. I have set each speed setting in each frame of the action to 4 to try to slow things down, but it stays the same. I have also tried using the script to set the speed for all the servos, but still way too fast. I have even added an extra frame at the start which is just like the last frame of the sitting down operation so it starts in the same position as it had in the last when JD sat down. I only moved the arms out in preparation for standing. That one runs nice and slowly but the very next frame goes at top speed still.
This is how the frames look in the Action Editor:
Stand From Seat0(Delay: 25, Steps: 3, Speed: 4, Script: False)
Stand From Seat1(Delay: 25, Steps: 3, Speed: 4, Script: False)
Stand From Seat2(Delay: 25, Steps: 3, Speed: 4, Script: False)
Stand From Seat3(Delay: 25, Steps: 3, Speed: 4, Script: False)
Stand From Seat4(Delay: 25, Steps: 3, Speed: 4, Script: False)
Any suggestions? Yes, I have gone through the tutorial. Several times. And tried looking through the posts, but there are 94 of them!