Talk:LlCollisionSound

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Simple note : Actually, a llColisionSound affects the whole object ; it gives the following use cases :

  • prim root without llColisionSound , prim child with llCollisionSound to play sound 2 , an avatar hits the child prim : the sound 2 is played
  • prim root without llColisionSound , prim child with llCollisionSound to play sound 2 , an avatar hits the root prim : the sound 2 is played
  • prim root with llCollisionSound to play sound 1 , prim child with llCollisionSound to play sound 2 , an avatar hits the child prim : the sound 1 is played
  • prim root with llCollisionSound to play sound 1 , prim child with llCollisionSound to play sound 2 , an avatar hits the root prim : the sound 1 is played
  • prim root with llCollisionSound to play sound 1 , prim child without llCollisionSound , an avatar hits the child prim : the sound 1 is played
  • prim root with llCollisionSound to play sound 1 , prim child without llCollisionSound , an avatar hits the root prim : the sound 1 is played
  • prim root without llColisionSound , prim child without llCollisionSound , an avatar hits the child prim : the default collision sound is played
  • prim root without llColisionSound , prim child without llCollisionSound , an avatar hits the root prim : the default collision sound is played

Miranda Umino 16:46, 3 March 2014 (PST)


Collision sounds stack themselves :

  • for instance choose a long collision sound ( several seconds ) ; hit one time the object ; the sound is played ; hit a second time ; a second sound is played over the first played

Miranda Umino 16:53, 3 March 2014 (PST)