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Default Make objects delete themselves? - 05-03-2016, 11:42 AM

Hello, I am doing a project for school and I need help with getting my objects to delete themselves after they show u[p on the screen. I have 3d Text that is set to go to 100% opacity, and go back to 0%. After my text goes to 0%, I was the text to delete itself. I hope this problem made sense to anyone who reads this and I hope you all have a wonderful day!
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Default 07-16-2016, 06:34 AM

Look at the 3D text properties. Drag the text into your method and change it to whatever you want, then set the opacity back to 1 to show the new text.

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Default 07-21-2016, 04:12 PM

Is this at runtime or not?

If it is at runtime: you can't delete it, you need to use the SetActive (I think thats what its called) in the properties tab to turn it off so it doesn't interact. Or opacity if you still want it to interact.

If it is not at runtime: just right click the object in the object panel and click delete, or drag the object from the object panel into the trash.

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