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Hi, I was trying to modify a Duraplane trainer I downloaded, to give it a one-piece top wing like the actual model has. In the airplane editor, I found the parameter for "break off together" on the wings, tail, and landing gear, and set it to "yes". It didn't seem to make any difference. :confused: Is there something else I need to be doing? It's no big deal, I just thought I'd make the crashes a little more realistic. :) Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.
10-29-2008, 12:06 PM
"Break off together" works for symetrical items if both the left and right components are specified in the physics.
This does NOT mean that they will break off as one piece. It only means that the components will break off at the same time.
So I'll still have 2 wings laying on the ground? That doesn't seem like it's worth much.
I guess I'll just have a 2-piece wing then. Thanks anyway. :cool:
10-29-2008, 05:02 PM
Yup to get a single object to break away it must be modeled as such.
11-02-2008, 11:07 AM
When I modeled the Aerobat 40, the wings where seperate objects. When Junkboy999 remodeled the Duraplane Trainer they were seperated too, this is why the wing will not stay together in a crash.
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