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Help! Landscape Grass Output is also spawning on blended areas.

Hello everyone!

I have been working on this issue all day and have searched the forums, but nothing seems to solve the problem.

So I have setup this simple landscapematerial with a LandscapeGrassOutput connected to the LayerBlend node, which is working fine, but.. alt text

I want my grass to only spawn on the grass layer and not on the blended areas. So basically, I don't want the grass to spawn within the red area on the image below. alt text

I have searched the forums and even contacted some people on Facebook. They had some solutions, but nothing seems to work as expected. Any clear explaination would be really appreciated, since I am pretty new to using nodes.

Thanks in advance and have a nice day!

Product Version: UE 4.21
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asked Apr 28 '19 at 01:42 PM in Using UE4

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Daan Spinder
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