Aloys wrote:I applause the removal of those ever-confusing col_flags. Same thing about the Mass flag. Any flags that can be removed and replaced by a more user friendly interface is a good thing.
However I fear that removing those might potentially remove the access to some rarely-used but actually usefully functions like the kickables-only collisions, or other similar stuff that we have no way of setting easily using blender's interface..
"No friction by default": I suppose you mean object will now actually have a 100% friction by default, right? (unlike the previous behaviour that set slippery collisions by default)
Also I'm not sure I understand the difference between the versions, so just to make sure: today's version (which I don't see on the usual Alcugs direcory) supports the new system of properties? While the version pyprp-stable-0.5 still works the 'old' way but still has the glitch with the regions?
Trylon wrote:I will make sure that you can use alcscript to still set those rarely-used-but-actually-useful functions.
It would help me a lot however, if you could describe a few to me, at least the kickables-only collision, as multiple names go around for similar stuff, and I'd like to make sure it all makes it in.
The new version you should expect soon will use the new properties system, as soon as I fully work it out.
pyprp-stable-0.5 still uses the old way, still has the glitch with the regions, and still uses the old material system.
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