flore33

12-04-2009, 11:25 AM

script1

vector $pos =particleShape1.position;

float $posY = ($pos.x)*($pos.x) + ($pos.z)*($pos.z);

particleShape1.position = <<$pos.x, $posY, $pos.z>>;

script2

vector $pos =particleShape1.position;

float $posX=$pos.x;

float $posY=$pos.y;

float $posZ=$pos.z;

float $posY = ($pos.x)*($pos.x) + ($pos.z)*($pos.z);

$pos = <<$pos.x, $posY, $pos.z>>;

this 2 scripts don't return the same particle motion, but I don't get why, I can see from this testing that

vector $pos =particleShape1.position; is different from

particleShape1.position =vector $pos;

but I don't understand why. Could someone help me to understand the difference.

This will be very helpful. Thanks

vector $pos =particleShape1.position;

float $posY = ($pos.x)*($pos.x) + ($pos.z)*($pos.z);

particleShape1.position = <<$pos.x, $posY, $pos.z>>;

script2

vector $pos =particleShape1.position;

float $posX=$pos.x;

float $posY=$pos.y;

float $posZ=$pos.z;

float $posY = ($pos.x)*($pos.x) + ($pos.z)*($pos.z);

$pos = <<$pos.x, $posY, $pos.z>>;

this 2 scripts don't return the same particle motion, but I don't get why, I can see from this testing that

vector $pos =particleShape1.position; is different from

particleShape1.position =vector $pos;

but I don't understand why. Could someone help me to understand the difference.

This will be very helpful. Thanks