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Post » Wed Oct 15, 2008 2:52 am

LOL how did you accidentally leave a plasma object with 3 effects on it in there :P

Um another way you can do this is to use the 'move at angle' if you want to avoid the sin and cos stuff.
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Post » Wed Oct 15, 2008 5:06 am

[quote="David":wxg0chuq]LOL how did you accidentally leave a plasma object with 3 effects on it in there :P

Um another way you can do this is to use the 'move at angle' if you want to avoid the sin and cos stuff.[/quote:wxg0chuq]

I'm glad he used sin/cos. It made me look up what it is, how it works, and helped me do something I couldn't figure out. So, thanks for that, Thommason. :)
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Post » Wed Oct 15, 2008 1:59 pm

LOL! The plasma Object, i forgot, bcause i mtesting alot of things with effects etc.. I forgot haha :lol:
[quote:1dj7nwwm]I'm glad he used sin/cos. It made me look up what it is, how it works, and helped me do something I couldn't figure out. So, thanks for that, Thommason.[/quote:1dj7nwwm]

I'm honored LOL
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