Originally posted by TheNABBON:now i get it. sounds pretty good, and the ragdoll has his arms and legs behind his body
… Paint moment. :D
Ok, I tried to explain it with a little sketch, divided in 4 parts:
Sketch 1: Two breakables with the “in front” property. They collide one each other (nothing of special).
Sketch 2: Two breakables with the “middle” property, another time nothing of so strange.
Sketch 3: Two breakables with “in front” and one with “middle”. The “in front” breakables overlap the “middle” one without collide with it
Sketch 4: One breakable with “in front” and one with “behind” another time the in front one put himself in front without collide with the object behind.
Two objects with the same property collide one each other.
Two objects with different properties Don’t collide and one of them will put himself in front of the other.
Behind Property: will put the object behind other objects except to other objects with the same property. Two “behind” objects will collide one each other.
Middle property: the object will be positioned in front of a “behind” object but behind a "in front object (sketch 3)
In front property: this object will be positioned in front other objects except to oother objects with the same property. Two “in front” objects will collide one each other.
Is now comprensible xD
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