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An Animation Override ("AO") is a scripted [[Attachment]] which replaces standard animations (walk, jump, stand, run, etc) with animations created by [[Resident]]s.
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'''An Animation Override ("AO") is a scripted [[attachment]] which replaces standard animations (walk, jump, stand, run, etc.) with animations created by [[Resident]]s.'''
  
 
This video from [http://blogs.secondlife.com/community/community/tnt/blog/2010/11/11/video-dont-know-what-an-animation-override-is-you-need-to-see-this Torley Linden's blog post] shows you the basics you need to know!
 
This video from [http://blogs.secondlife.com/community/community/tnt/blog/2010/11/11/video-dont-know-what-an-animation-override-is-you-need-to-see-this Torley Linden's blog post] shows you the basics you need to know!
  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:41, 1 December 2010

An Animation Override ("AO") is a scripted attachment which replaces standard animations (walk, jump, stand, run, etc.) with animations created by Residents.

This video from Torley Linden's blog post shows you the basics you need to know!