If you wanna scale object from its center (or where is empty located) first you have to translate it so the center its at world origin 0.0.0 pos, scale it, and then translate it back to its original position
Any chance you could explain it in a bit more details, because i don’t get your explanation!
You said: “If you wanna scale object from its center”
But i don’t want to scale it from its center (do i?), i want to scale it from the empty!
When you say “object”, do you mean the whole object, or each point?
Sorry, i never learnt much math at school, i guess now i’m paying the price!
Higgsas is explaining how any scale operation works → because scaling is always relative to (0,0,0), to scale about some arbitrary point, you need to (1.) do an inverse translation (i.e. subtraction) to the point you want to scale stuff from, (2.) scale it (note the inverse translation puts things at (0,0,0), which is why you need to do the previous step), (3.) translate it back (i.e. addition).
That’s fine… You don’t need to understand it to build an intuition - just experiment.