Some parts in an animation are driven by a motor, but are not stopping at the
latest position when the motor has finished. Why?
Solution This is caused by using "ranged" relationships (e.g. distance). When the motor
has finished, there is no more action or relation which is defining the
position, so the part can move within this range again. This can result in
unwanted moves if multiple motors are active.
The solution is to change the "ranged" relation to a "fixed" one, and to apply
the motor directly to the variable of this fixed relation instead of working on
the part. Consequently the motor and the relation are "bound together", and the
part will stop moving if the motor stops working.
Notes and References IR#7806806
Hardware/Software Configuration Platform: INTEL
OS Version: 864