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Advanced smoke types

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Post by Lobby » Tue Feb 21, 2017 21:08

As mentioned here you can add one or multiple smoke sources to your plugin. The definition to use smoke might look like

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"smoke":[{"id":"$smoke07","x":13,"y":-14}]
Where tags x and y define the relative position of the smoke source. Tag id defines which smoke object to use. We also defined the following smoke objects for you:
  • $smoke00
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  • $smoke01
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  • $smoke02
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  • $smoke03
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  • $smoke04
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  • $smoke05
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  • $smoke06
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  • $smoke07
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  • $watervapor00
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  • $qualm00
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The preview is just for impression. The animated version in the game might differ in size and frame count. Most of the smokes don't make sense for a chimney on a normal house. We encourage you to use either $smoke06 or $smoke07 for this purpose.

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Re: Advanced smoke types

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Post by Faayr » Thu Sep 28, 2017 0:55

Can you explain more about x and y? How do I get the smoke in the bottom of the building that's possible? I'm reading all the tutorials. :)
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Re: Advanced smoke types

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Post by Ølsken » Thu Sep 28, 2017 11:11

Lancaster Kingdom wrote:
Thu Sep 28, 2017 0:55
Can you explain more about x and y? How do I get the smoke in the bottom of the building that's possible? I'm reading all the tutorials. :)
This thread should help you
http://www.theotown.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=4147
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