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What script was this? (automatic occlusion using layers)
There used to be a script that would dynamically change the layer of persons on a map to make them render in front of or behind objects depending on where they are in relation to it.  I wanted to try it out in minisphere as a test case for map engine compatibility, but I don't remember the name of it and nothing like that appears to be in the Downloads repo.  I originally thought it was Lithonite, but that turned out to be something different and WAY more advanced. :)  Anyone know the script I'm talking about?
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Re: What script was this? (automatic occlusion using layers)
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A script called DynaLayer. I'll have to dig around for it. If someone else has it, please share!
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