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Particles showing through hair Unreal 5.2

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Anybody ran into this and know of a fix? I tried different blend modes but no luck. The torch particle is showing through his hair (which means it also makes it past the head and scalp parts)https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/5a23178a-cf05-4fa3-9543-a790.pnghttps://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/e7f73f29-59fb-4d5b-981e-5942.png

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Guess there is a light in the torch , try this here :


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Great tip, thanks. That's didn't help. But it does have to do with the point light though, you are correct.

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So turning on Cast Shadows and Affect World seem to do the trick

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