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Old   January 23, 2013, 08:27
Default does pos().y=0 have got any problem?
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At my case i have set pos().y=0 at starting.does it have any problem?why and how to solve?
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could anyone save me from doubt?
does groovyBC have aby problem with expression like pos().y=0?
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I've used that expression when running funkySetFields and have never had any issues.
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