RMMV Edit MOG_CharacterMotion.js For Use With mv3d.js?

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Hi! I'm currently in the middle of building a 3D game, and I was planning to use MOG_CharacterMotion to eliminate the need to create idle animations and some more intense effects from scratch, but it seems that the plugin was created with only an XY axis in mind, whereas I need it to work with an XYZ axis instead. Would anyone be able/willing to help me with this? I don't know much about javascript, but I feel like adding the Z axis, or just swapping out Y for Z wouldn't be that difficult for someone who knows what they're doing (although I could be wrong because I know next to nothing about this kind of stuff). If anyone would be willing to help, that would be awesome!

I included both MOG_CharacterMotion.js and mv3d.js just in case having both would be helpful :)
 

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Is this how you bump a post? Idk, never done it before, I just need help with this :kaocry:
 

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