Pairing 2 objects to another object

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  • I'm using the Object Pairer in Construct and it seems that it can't really pair 3 objects at the same time.

    For example, I have a blue, red, and green box. I want to pair blue and red, then blue and green. Unfornately, after a few test I found out that the pairing doesn't work for blue and green because blue and red are already paired.

    How can I go about this? Anybody have any suggestions?


    *also, pairing are done at runtime. Can containers do this?

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  • You could try both pairer, and container, but container's are always paired to each other.

    Unless your picking from multiple instances, families may be a better option.

    You can have as many as you like, and as many members as you want.

    You can have one with red/green, green/blue, red/blue, or red/green/blue.

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