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    Can the Perspective Object be locked to just one layer?

    I've been messing around with the Perspective Object, and I've managed to get some nice little effect going on with it. However, I want it to only affect one layer and not the layers behind that layer. Is it possible to lock it to just one layer, so it won't affect the layers below it?

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    How did you get it to work at all with 2.5?

    I used the perspective object for a haze effect during a boss fight in Hasslevania 2 and when I ported it over to 2.5 it didn't work anymore. I had to change that whole fight around, since it was designed with that haze effect in mind

    Is there a newer version of it?? Damn I hope so!

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    Del_Duio -- I think you just need to set the display mode to Standard in Fusion 2.5 and it will work.

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    Cool, thanks Jeff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    Del_Duio -- I think you just need to set the display mode to Standard in Fusion 2.5 and it will work.
    I'm using Direct3D 9 display mode and the prespective object works fine, apart from being able to prevent the object from affecting the layers below it, which is what I'm trying to find an answer to. Is there a way to do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_Duio View Post
    How did you get it to work at all with 2.5?

    I used the perspective object for a haze effect during a boss fight in Hasslevania 2 and when I ported it over to 2.5 it didn't work anymore. I had to change that whole fight around, since it was designed with that haze effect in mind

    Is there a newer version of it?? Damn I hope so!
    Is the issue you're experiencing, something to do with the "Follow Frame" option?

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    I haven't opened that .mfa in a while but I don't think so. The room / frame size is the same as the window size so there's no scrolling or anything like that in that part.

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