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I am currently working on a mod which miniaturizes the player, but this causes certain things to get exaggerated, like move speed, and the usually subtle sway back and forth the player does when walking. I cannot seem to be able to locate the code responsible for the swaying, so maybe someone can point me in the right direction.


What I mean by sway is, when the player is moving, the model moves slightly from left to right as he moves forward. It is also not directly related to the limbswing, as the swaying gets out of sync with the leg movement. I will have no difficulty correcting the issue if I could locate the code responsible, so I can cancel out part of that at render time.

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