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I need your help guys.
So I have this scene with street lights, and I want them to have a light fog cone like in the image.
The problem is that the fog cone is not the same shape as the light cone. Is there any way to fix that? I can't find any way of changing the shape or scale of just the fog shape. They both transform at the same time.

I'm using Spot Lights with Light Fog activaded under Light Effects and mental ray to render.

I would really appreciate any kind of help here cause I can't find any tutorials about this issue.
Thanks in advance
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>>538421
that looks so sexy tho
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I'm sure there's a setting somewhere, but failing that you could duplicate the light, disable the lighting on one, and use it only for the fog cone, and use the other only for the light, then scale them to match.
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>>538449
Yeah, I was about to do that, but then I somehow managed to get them both in a matching shape scaling the Spot Light
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that's weird as fuck, the fog cone is supposed to be tied to the spotlight cone
try making a new spotlight and, without changing anything, just add fog and you'll see
i would start with the fog and change all the spotlight settings one by one to get the desired effect until you see which setting is causing you problems



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