[PD] Gem, Particles, a tail?

PSPunch shima at pspunch.com
Wed Jan 21 03:50:30 CET 2009


I think updating the coordinates of [part_source] by sending it 
arguments, rather than inserting a [translate] in the chain should work.

David Shimamoto

> Dear all
> I'm attempting to create a gem graphing application. in essence I want 
> objects to the right of the screen (moved by incoming data) with 
> particles moving to the left, and so leaving a visible tail of 
>  particles moving to the left and showing where the source object has 
> recently moved. The trouble is that a translate object anywhere in the 
> particle chain not only moves the source but all the particles in the 
> same direction. Does anyone know how I can move the source object but 
> leave existing particles on their current course?
> God Bless
> Andrew
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