Pairing objects at runtime

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Post » Sun Jul 27, 2008 3:52 am

[quote="faggatron":28jm5rjw]Did you try this? - because when I do it it doesnt work, (my original problem) they don't set to anything if you set it to object1.OID and they all set to one of the object1's if you set it to object2.OID

I am assuming this is a bug???[/quote:28jm5rjw]

That's probably because you put OID instead of UID. :P The OID of object1 would be the same for each instance of object1. The UID is that instances unique identifier, so every instance has it's own UID. Hope that helps.
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Post » Sun Jul 27, 2008 1:57 pm

ahhh it all makes sense now, thanks
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