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Hi guys, I could easily create a wheel of fortune to start and slowly stop spinning. But I´ve put the little pin object on the top, that indicates the selected slice of the wheel, and tried to make a real move effect to it with physics, but no success. My wheel have small buttons on the start and end of each slice. I attach a sample project, Hope you guys can help me!
I fixed your project and it works for now, but it's generally not a good idea to mix Physics with other behaviors - Pin, Rotate etc. I would recommend rotating the wheel with physics and attach buttons to it with joints. Or making this pin effect without physics somehow.
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Thank you very much dop2000!
It works fine, I definetly have to get much deeper into physics feature. Do you know good stuff to learn how to use it right? I saw the stsrt page examples but think is not enough.