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Re: Curved three step
Posted by anymouse
3/11/2008  9:30:00 AM
"Anonymous. He is facing straight down the Lod parallel with the floor boards."

You've answered the wrong question.

I didn't ask the alignment, I asked the direction of the previous step.

You must then further consider the position (location) of the step. Can three successive footprints be connected by a single straight line? Or do they make two line segments with an angle between them.
Re: Curved three step
Posted by Serendipidy
3/11/2008  8:05:00 PM
Anonymous. I am not sure what the problem is or what you are driving at.Put it this way. I can step straight ahead with my Left and straight ahead with my R. If turned my Right foot 1/4 of a turn to the left on arrival it was still a straight step. I doubt whether it would be necassary to do that. It's just to illustrate what a straight step can be.
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