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    Separated actions VS all actions in one condition

    Hello !
    What the difference between this :

    *start frame
    > create object A
    > create object B
    > create object C
    > create object D
    > create object E

    And this :

    *start frame
    > create object A

    *start frame
    > create object B

    *start frame
    > create object C
    > create object D
    > create object E

    And one more question. Is there is necessary to place "Only one action when event loops" under "User click on object" ?
    I noticed that if the subjects are moving and you click on them - sometimes two objects are selected

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    For your first question, there is no difference from a "create an object" standpoint. This is assuming all these objects are separate objects in Fusion. Putting them in a single line means you have less lines cluttering up your event list.

    As for clicking on an object, you might try adding a "Pick one object at random" condition to the click condition line. This would mean if you clicked on 2 overlapping objects, only one would react.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobichan View Post
    For your first question, there is no difference from a "create an object" standpoint. This is assuming all these objects are separate objects in Fusion. Putting them in a single line means you have less lines cluttering up your event list.
    Wasn't there a big thread a while ago, where schrodinger and a bunch of others tried different things to try to optimize performance, and having different events was less optimal than having fewer?

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    Possibly, when dealing with a very large and complex project. But if Anatol is at that stage, then he is probably needing to refactor a lot of other code first. As a general rule, have a couple dozen extra lines of code should not be dragging your project down.

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