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-====== ​Vegetation System Node Editor ​======+<WRAP youarehere>​ 
 +[[:​start|Start Page]] >> [[epsylon:​main|Modding Epsylon]] >> [[epsylon:​vegetationsystem|Vegetation System]] >> **Node Editor** 
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 For editing the vegetation system to areas can be used in the World Editor. The first one is in the properties area and allows to add, remove and reorder vegetation layers as well as editing their variations. For editing the rule base the node editor is used which can be found in the same area as the 3D view ( click on the Vegetation button on top ). This editor works like most other node based editors and people familiar with those should be immediately familiar with this one. For those new to this kind of editing a small introduction is given. For editing the vegetation system to areas can be used in the World Editor. The first one is in the properties area and allows to add, remove and reorder vegetation layers as well as editing their variations. For editing the rule base the node editor is used which can be found in the same area as the 3D view ( click on the Vegetation button on top ). This editor works like most other node based editors and people familiar with those should be immediately familiar with this one. For those new to this kind of editing a small introduction is given.
  
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 The vector-math rule is a Processing rule applying a mathematical operation to one or two input vectors. This rule behaves similar to the math rule but operates on vectors. One difference is that some vector operations produce a value instead of a vector. Therefore this rule has two output slots. Depending on which operation is selected one of the two slots returns the result while the other returns a default 0 value or 0 vector. Make sure to pick the right output slot.\\ The vector-math rule is a Processing rule applying a mathematical operation to one or two input vectors. This rule behaves similar to the math rule but operates on vectors. One difference is that some vector operations produce a value instead of a vector. Therefore this rule has two output slots. Depending on which operation is selected one of the two slots returns the result while the other returns a default 0 value or 0 vector. Make sure to pick the right output slot.\\
 {{:​epsylon:​rule_vectormath.png|Vector-Math Rule}} {{:​epsylon:​rule_vectormath.png|Vector-Math Rule}}
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-====== Links ====== 
-  * [[epsylon:​vegetationsystem|Vegetation System]] 
-  * [[epsylon:​main|Modding The Epsylon Project]] 
-  * [[:​start|Main page]] 
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