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J3D: Alpha and Interpolator-Problem

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I want to program a helicopter-simulator controlled by a joystick. How can I do this?
My joystick returns a value from -1 to 1 for each axis depending on where the stick is located.
With the Alpha-Class, I just can say "start at this point" and "stop at that point" and I have to say how many time I wanna do that.
What I want is to move somewhere when my joystick-value is not zero and to stop somewhere when my joystick-value is zero. Also I dont wanna do that x-times but only when my jostick wants it !
Any suggestions ?
thanx a lot
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