arabellajones Posted May 20, 2020 Share Posted May 20, 2020 I know that the SLRR trains use a script in the root prim to detect the "Guide" prim in the track. These scripts are very old, and much is hardly documented: a few comments and maybe something about variable-names. Is there some way of getting the same sort of position vector between the nearest "Guide" prim and a child prim in the linkset. There is real-world rolling stock which, when scaled in proportion to the SLRR track gauge, is over 30m long. If a model were behaving like the real vehicle, there would be two points following the track, not the single central point of a root-prim. So, if one prim is still the root of the linkset, how can the position vectors be generated for the other prims? I know that there are train-things on the SLRR which are a single-vehicle/linkset that bends to follow the track. How might they work? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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