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Parameter changing during animation?

Having an odd issue! At the beginning of this six second animation the parameter is behaving normally, but at the end it changes, reverting to an earlier version which I had saved over. Even when I save and restart the program it's still behaving at the beginning of the animation, and not at the end. I'm not sure I'm explaining it well, which is probably why I can't find the answer through google. Hopefully the pictures will explain better. The "big smile" parameter is the one I'm having difficulty with.


  • Hi,

    In order to fix the problem we'd like to know more details.

    You wrote, "reverting to an earlier version which I had saved over.", can you be more specific about this part? Does it mean the file gets automatically back to the former state which has been incomplete to edit?

    In addition to this, it would be much appreciated if you could provide the model data and a file on which the issue happened and a file with no trouble.

    Thank you in advance for your assistance.
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