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LeoMoon TextCounter

Introduction

LeoMoon TextCounter is an easy to use text animation plugin for Blender that can be used to make GUI simulations.

Features

  • Animated count by keying start and end numbers
  • Ability to count backwards
  • Positive and negative numbers are supported
  • Ability to add padding
  • Ability to add decimal
  • Ability to add postfix text
  • Ability to animate any button and element
  • Ability to use expressions to show another object’s property
  • Ability to add time counter
  • And the most important feature, GPL

Authors

  • Amin Babaeipanah
  • Marcin Zielinski
  • Patrick W. Crawford

Changelog

  • 1.3.5: Fixed text grouping bug
  • 1.3.4: Fixed dynamic section not updating while rendering
  • 1.3.3: Fixed animation not updating while rendering
  • 1.3.2: Fixed Blender 2.80 API warnings
  • 1.3.1: Added support for Blender 2.8 and bug fixes
  • 1.3.0: Improved abbreviation support with decimals
  • 1.2.0: Time counter with many options
  • 1.1.0: Overriding counter with lines from text file
  • 1.0.0: First public release

Usage

  1. Open Blender and go to File -> User Preferences... -> Addons
  2. Click on “Install from File...” and select “leomoon-textcounter.zip”
  3. After installation, the new plugin should show up and you can enable it
  4. If it doesn’t search for “text” and enable the plugin
  5. Close “User Preferences...” and create a text object
  6. Go to “Font object data” tab (tab with “F” icon)
  7. Scroll all the way to the bottom to use the plugin

Compatibility

Tested with Blender 2.81a

Donors

Abigail Treis Karen Carr Studio Thomas Moore

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