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expected output to be float for X Amount and Y Amount in Tile Generator

Community Beginner ,
Mar 08, 2023 Mar 08, 2023

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Hi, I want to know is it possible to have the expected output to be float for X Amount and Y Amount in Tile Generator?

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Community Expert , Mar 09, 2023 Mar 09, 2023

Not as it is built, and if you could use a non-integer value, it would not tile beyond a single square. What are you trying to achieve, there may be another way.

 

Incidentally - if you want to see how a node such as Tile Generator is made you can highlight it and press Ctrl+E to open the reference. In this case you will need to repeat that and look at the FX-Map within tile generator and then the functions that drive the iteration nodes within that FX map.

 

Dave

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Mar 09, 2023 Mar 09, 2023

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Not as it is built, and if you could use a non-integer value, it would not tile beyond a single square. What are you trying to achieve, there may be another way.

 

Incidentally - if you want to see how a node such as Tile Generator is made you can highlight it and press Ctrl+E to open the reference. In this case you will need to repeat that and look at the FX-Map within tile generator and then the functions that drive the iteration nodes within that FX map.

 

Dave

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Got it, thank you Dave!

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