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Old 19-07-2005, 02:24 PM   #1
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I have also posted this thread in the newbie sections, but haven't got a reply yet and since I need this now, I figured I would post it up here too ... So if you can help, I would trully appreciate it.

I created a curve flow but my particles die at the end of the curve. I was wondering if instead, there was a way to get the particles shoot freely in space once they reach the end of the curve.

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as far as i know, the curve determines both the "life" and "death" state of the particles.

i suppose you could "fake it" and have a particle emitter stationed at the end of the the curve and just set it to 'spray' once the curve reaches it end.
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