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  1. First post! I want to animate an object's position based on input from the user's mouse wheel. The mouse wheel can fire events many times per second. I don't want to destroy the old animation, and create a new one, for each of these many events. I'd prefer to "update" the keyframes of the existing animation instead (i.e. continue the animation from its current frame and position, to a new endPosition at a new keyframe). I'd also like to "restart" the animation again from its current value, if it happens to reach the final keyframe and stop, then the user scrolls again later. What is the preferred way to "update" an animation in Babylon.js? Can I just use animation.setKeys() again to update the keyframes? Also, if the animation completes, then more scroll events are fired later: how can I "restart" the animation from its previous end position, and trigger it to run again to a new end position? Thank you so much in advance for your help!