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Hello, I'm creating a bouncing ball but I would do that with any solid bounce.
I do not want to set the ball to each solid element level.
How I can do?
I remember one time I managed to do it.
But remember if it was in classic construct.
Assuming you are using bullet for the ball then turn off bounce off solids
then on collision with object you want it to bounce from just use bounce off object
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luisgmolina - did you ever get this sorted ?
hello. I have not solved yet.
I just repeated all events to each object separately.
But I remember that in construct 1 had an option to put (on collision with solid) no matter the subject, only matter that it was solid.
Hmmm, RamPackWobble's solution should have worked.
Also, rather than repeating each of the events to each object separately, you could put all those solid objects in a `Family` and just do the event one time. (Note: The use of Families requires a paid version of C2.)
thanks for the tip.
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