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For SV battles, the animations are typically way too big. I have manually minimized the cast animations but there are still so many to resize and I just end up with awkward misplaced frames of animations. 

Is there a better way to scale certain animations based on actor size?
 

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"easy" but tedious way to do it is to scale all the animations down in the animation editor.
 

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"easy" but tedious way to do it is to scale all the animations down in the animation editor.
Thats what I've been doing and it really is tedious and some of them are really hard to scale because of the positioning
 

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