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$Author: Sbrown $ $Date: 2/06/02 8:47p $ $Revision: 3 $ Name: ParticleSalamander.uc Author: Aaron R Leiby Date: 10 March 2000 Description: A Salamander is an elemental being in the theory of Paracelsus inhabiting fire. A Salamander is also a type of kerosene heater used for heating up large areas -- like a warehouse or a circus tent. What does this have to do with particles you ask? Very little. But it's a cool name, no? Basically, a ParticleSalamander is like a nozzel on the end of a hose which sprays out particles of various types (as specified by the LD). How to use this class:
Property group 'ParticleSalamander'
Clip using line of sight check?
Distance from the center that particle are emmitted from.
Minimum volume that Level->Engine-Client->ParticleDensity is allowed to scale us to.
Number of particles emitted per second.
Used internally to collect "emission residue" <-- fancy term for rounding errors between ticks.