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POP Curve Force, @oncurve - how to?

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Hi,

I am killing particles based on their @oncurve value, everything works.
Once I add another curve to the equation, in geometry spreadsheet, every particles @oncurve is instantly 0.

To be clear, I am making separate new POP Curve nodes for each curve, not throwing several curves into one node.

How do I differentiate from different @oncurves from each curve?

Cheers!
 

Edited by HowardM

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Hello howard,

You can create differents oncurve attribut per pop curves.

allow editing contents on popcurve node and in the geometry vop, there is a bind export node set on "oncurve", make it "oncurve1" for example

and for the other popcurves do the same "oncurve2..etc

you wil have separate attribut per popcurve.

 

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