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Clock Animation v1.4 (10/10/2010) update: selection option of rotation axis, more efficient code with smaller functions.
Clock Animation v1.3 (09/10/2010) update: new GUI and addition of instructions on the layout.
Clock Animation v1.2 (09/10/2010) update: addition of initial time state.
Clock Animation v1.1 (08/10/2010) update: ticking type of animation as option.
Clock Animation v1.0 (07/10/2010)
Description: Simple script which creates accurate animation for clock's needles (Hours,Minutes,Seconds)
Instruction: Set the initial time for the clock in 12h or 24h format (both works) and select each needle separately and apply the corresponding animation. For each animation there are two type; linear and ticking.
It's a PYTHON script tested only in Autodesk Maya 2011, please let me know if it work in older versions and if there is any bug.