OK, The first animation here does not work, the second does. The object
has no other animations associated with it (except one range) and is not
a member of any group. This happens in all the place in the model file
that I have tried. Can anyone see a difference between the two that
could do this? Am I missing something obvious?
Tarball with weirdness at:

http://jrbabcock.home.comcast.net/superfort/b29.tgz

Josh


<animation>
  <type>rotate</type>
  <object-name>Vstab</object-name>
  <property>gear/gear[2]/position-norm</property>
  <interpolation>
   <entry> <ind>1</ind> <dep>0</dep> </entry>
   <entry> <ind>0.53</ind> <dep>-20</dep> </entry>
   <entry> <ind>0.20</ind> <dep>-48.7</dep> </entry>
  </interpolation>
  <center>
   <x-m>9.78</x-m>
   <z-m>0.22</z-m>
  </center>
  <axis>
   <y>1</y>
  </axis>
 </animation>

 <animation>
  <type>rotate</type>
  <object-name>WingPositionSw</object-name>
  <property>controls/lighting/wingtip-nav-lights</property>
  <interpolation>
   <entry> <ind>0</ind> <dep>0</dep> </entry>
   <entry> <ind>1</ind> <dep>-15</dep> </entry>
   <entry> <ind>2</ind> <dep>15</dep> </entry>
  </interpolation>
  <center>
   <x-m>2.13</x-m>
   <z-m>-0.01</z-m>
  </center>
  <axis>
   <y>-1</y>
  </axis>
 </animation>

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