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the different result between actor being clicked and not

hello guys. i am highly focused on unity for a while and now learning amazing unreal engine! and of course got stumbled with really weird tricky problem here. need your helps! the problem is the result is DIFFERENT when i am selecting actor or not when playing the level.

here is the actor alt text just simple using phx constraint. moving it slightly to y axis so i can check how the physics constraint works.

but it ends up alt text i add the arrow for showing you guys what is happening here. So Doesn't matter, after playing, if i don't click the actor in the scene, it Never Move?!!!! And Once i select it the actor, it moves even though i deselect it!!! what on earth is happening here. any advices plz guys.

Product Version: UE 4.20
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asked Nov 15 '18 at 02:03 PM in Using UE4

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