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kcforces [2017/09/13 11:59]
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kcforces [2018/10/16 10:45] (current)
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 ===== Force Types ===== ===== Force Types =====
  
-There are several types of forces available, each having their own unique ​affect ​on the tree shape. Any force can have its type changed by selecting a different type on the force'​s properties. The available types are:+There are several types of forces available, each having their own unique ​effect ​on the tree shape. Any force can have its type changed by selecting a different type on the force'​s properties. The available types are:
  
 {{:​direction.png?​nolink&​35 |}}**Direction**\\ {{:​direction.png?​nolink&​35 |}}**Direction**\\
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 {{:​force-seasonlight.png?​nolink&​35 |}}**Season light**\\ {{:​force-seasonlight.png?​nolink&​35 |}}**Season light**\\
-Leaves change [[kcseasons|Season]] sooner based on the how much they are growing toward the position of this force object.+Leaves change [[kcseasons|Season]] sooner based on how much they are growing toward the position of this force object.
  
 {{:​direction.png?​nolink&​35 |}}**Season wind**\\ {{:​direction.png?​nolink&​35 |}}**Season wind**\\
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 ===== Attenuation ===== ===== Attenuation =====
-Since forces are world-space objects, they can be freely moved around in the scene with the transform gizmo when they are selected. By enabling the [[force_object#​Attenuation|"​Attenuation"​ properties]],​ the area of effect of the force will be limited to a radius around the force object. This lets you have a force affect ​on only a very specific part of the tree rather than the whole thing.+Since forces are world-space objects, they can be freely moved around in the scene with the transform gizmo when they are selected. By enabling the [[force_object#​Attenuation|"​Attenuation"​ properties]],​ the area of effect of the force will be limited to a radius around the force object. This lets you have a force effect ​on only a very specific part of the tree rather than the whole thing.
  
 {{ ::​force_attenuation.jpg?​400 |}} {{ ::​force_attenuation.jpg?​400 |}}