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    Problem with lighting

    I have a problem with lighting, the thing is that when I put a light in front of the door, it shines behind it.
    I don't know if someone knows why it happens and how to fix it, but that would help me a lot.

    I'm starting at ue4 and I don't know much about this and I'm sorry for my bad English, I'm from Spain.

    I attached some photos so you can see the problem.

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    #2
    Originally posted by KevinDJ89 View Post
    I have a problem with lighting, the thing is that when I put a light in front of the door, it shines behind it.
    I don't know if someone knows why it happens and how to fix it, but that would help me a lot.

    I'm starting at ue4 and I don't know much about this and I'm sorry for my bad English, I'm from Spain.

    I attached some photos so you can see the problem.
    I've seen this before and can't remember the answer, so I'm grabbing at straws, but I think it's something to do with the door material. You have to make it two sided, or not two sided, I can't recall which...
    Check out Zof ( puzzle game ) on Steam:

    https://store.steampowered.com/app/1414480/Zof/

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      #3
      Originally posted by ClockworkOcean View Post

      I've seen this before and can't remember the answer, so I'm grabbing at straws, but I think it's something to do with the door material. You have to make it two sided, or not two sided, I can't recall which...
      I don't know if you meant this, but I checked the details of the material and activated "Two Sided", but it still doesn't work.
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        #4
        Originally posted by KevinDJ89 View Post

        I don't know if you meant this, but I checked the details of the material and activated "Two Sided", but it still doesn't work.
        Ah, ****...
        Check out Zof ( puzzle game ) on Steam:

        https://store.steampowered.com/app/1414480/Zof/

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          #5
          Is the scale of the door fitting with 100% exactitude into the doorway area? no micro-gaps or slight offsets?

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            #6
            when I get weird lighting like that, I would check if the door mesh has flipped or weird normals, then check that the UVs are alright. cant be sure its one of those, but its usually a good place to start

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              #7
              Originally posted by presto423 View Post
              Is the scale of the door fitting with 100% exactitude into the doorway area? no micro-gaps or slight offsets?
              I don't think it's related to my problem, because even if I don't have a door frame, the problem still occurs.
              But the answer to your question is that there no micro-gaps.
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                #8
                Originally posted by Death_Daisy View Post
                when I get weird lighting like that, I would check if the door mesh has flipped or weird normals, then check that the UVs are alright. cant be sure its one of those, but its usually a good place to start
                I will check what you said, but also I will do another door to see if it give the same problem.

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