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public float normalizedTime;


Normalized time of the State.

The normalized time is a progression ratio. The integer part is the number of times the State has looped. The fractional part is a percentage (0-1) that represents the progress of the current loop. For example, a normalized time of 0.5 means that the State has not looped (0) and is halfway (50% or .5) through the first loop.

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;

public class ExampleScript : MonoBehaviour { public Animation anim;

void Start() { // Fast forward to the middle of the animation anim["Walk"].normalizedTime = 0.5f; } }