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Sinus and Cosinus in Function Suboperator
PostPosted: Mon Jan 20, 2014 5:35 am Reply with quote
Dewey1916
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Hey Orbaz-Community,
I'm new to Box #3 and want to use sinus and cosinus in the function suboperator. I think its possible, because I found a picture where its shown:
http://www.4rand.com/TEST/ParticleFlow/Box3/SimpleVortex/Operator.png

But I can't figure out how its done Sad
Thank you very much guys!
Dewey
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Solution
PostPosted: Mon Jan 20, 2014 6:55 am Reply with quote
Dewey1916
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Hey guys, I just found the solution. I had to disable the second operand!
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