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    Physics collisions - How stop object in a circle

    Hey, someone have an idea how to make this example work?
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    Yes, on the ball object select the movement properties Extended Collisions to ON and that will prevent the ball escaping the circle...
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    It does not work here even if I add circle to the world.

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    It behaves very strange for me, even with extended collisions on.. jumps upwards and to the right, then falls down and to the right, then seems to get stuck in the right wall

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    I think your going to need to do this differently.
    The physics doesn't like concave shaped objects

    Ideas:
    Cut the circle into a bunch of much smaller segments
    Try the ground physics object and see if you can draw it around the circle (Not sure if this idea will work but I saw someone doing some interesting things similar to this using the ground)

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    Ground object can be solution for this I will check it and thanks for this idea Jeff.

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    Hello Coldfire,

    I have already worked on it without the object ground, with only asset, there are still some tuning to do ..

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/k2o1ew3mqn...avity.exe?dl=0

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    exe? I need mfa or some ideas I will check this file later on my virtual machine.

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