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Thought Bubbles

  • Hi Ryan! You can use the manipulate component to do that! The manipulate component use the scene object's parent as reference for XYZ and enable dragging in the XZ direction.

    In this case if you want to drag the thought bubble in XY, here are the steps: 

    1. Add the thought bubble to empty sceneObject, rotate that sceneObject -90 in the X direction
    2. Add a manipulate component on the thought bubble and enable only dragging
    3. Change the minDistance of the manipulate component to some negative number like -100 to make sure it works in all XY directions. You will need to do this in script as in the inspector panel you can't enter negative numbers for min distance:
    script.getSceneObject().getFirstComponent("Component.ManipulateComponent").minDistance = -100;


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  • It worked. Thank you for your help!

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