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Postby atrey65789 » Tue Jan 01, 13 7:11 pm

So I am coding something for a hat.. when you frob the dacoration, you wear it on your head.. however, the code that I developed doesn't work.


[code]function Frob(Actor Frobber, Inventory frobWith)
{

dxp = DeusExPlayer(Frobber);

loc.Z = dxp.collisionHeight+ 4.0; // can adjust its height to any meshes head.
SetLocation(dxp.Location + loc);
SetRotation(dxp.Rotation);
SetCollision(False,false,false);
SetBase(dxp);

}



function tick(float deltatime)
{
super.tick(Deltatime);

if (dxp != None)
{
loc.Z = dxp.collisionHeight+ 4.0; // can adjust its height to any meshes head.
SetLocation(dxp.Location + loc);
SetRotation(dxp.Rotation);
SetCollision(False,false,false);
}
else
{
SetCollision(True,True,True);
SetPhysics(Phys_Falling);
SetBase(None);
}

} [/code]
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Postby ~DJ~ » Wed Jan 02, 13 11:39 pm

How about adding..
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Super.Frob(Frobber, frobWith);

at the end of the Frob() function?

EDIT: or maybe.. this..
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function Frob(Actor Frobber, Inventory frobWith)
{
dxp = DeusExPlayer(Frobber);

   if(dxp!=None)
   {
      loc.Z = dxp.collisionHeight+ 4.0; // can adjust its height to any meshes head.
      SetLocation(dxp.Location + loc);
      SetRotation(dxp.Rotation);
      SetCollision(False,false,false);
      SetBase(dxp);
   }
Super.Frob(Frobber, frobWith);
}
Last edited by ~DJ~ on Wed Jan 02, 13 11:44 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Postby atrey65789 » Thu Jan 03, 13 12:43 am

Have already... doesn't seem to be working... hmm... strange.
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Postby ~DJ~ » Thu Jan 03, 13 1:47 am

err.. maybe this? XD
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function Frob(Actor Frobber, Inventory frobWith)
{
   if(DeusExPlayer(Frobber)!=None)
   {
      loc.Z = DeusExPlayer(Frobber).collisionHeight+ 4.0; // can adjust its height to any meshes head.
      SetLocation(DeusExPlayer(Frobber).Location + loc);
      SetRotation(DeusExPlayer(Frobber).Rotation);
      SetCollision(False,false,false);
      SetBase(DeusExPlayer(Frobber));
   }
Super.Frob(Frobber, frobWith);
}
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Postby atrey65789 » Thu Jan 03, 13 2:23 am

HAHA I will give it a try
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Postby Poor » Thu Jan 03, 13 3:40 am

Look at PutCarriedDecorationInHand() in DeusExPlayer. It doesn't need to be updated in Tick.
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Postby atrey65789 » Thu Jan 03, 13 3:47 am

Ok will do
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Postby ~DJ~ » Thu Jan 03, 13 4:47 am

Oh, and perhaps try doing that too.
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function Frob(Actor Frobber, Inventory frobWith)
{
   if(DeusExPlayer(Frobber)!=None)
   {
      loc.Z = DeusExPlayer(Frobber).collisionHeight+ 4.0; // can adjust its height to any meshes head.
      SetOwner(DeusExPlayer(Frobber));
      SetLocation(DeusExPlayer(Frobber).Location + loc);
      SetRotation(DeusExPlayer(Frobber).Rotation);
      SetCollision(False,false,false);
      SetBase(DeusExPlayer(Frobber));
      SetPhysics(PHYS_Trailer);
   }
Super.Frob(Frobber, frobWith);
}

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I don't know why I was telling you to call the Super anyway.. like that would do any good, but oh well..
alternatively you can look into Deadalus08's Parachute mod, it attaches the chute' in your back.. just some adjustments and volla..
I'd give you my code for the Reinmutt I created.. (attached Horns to the Mutt) but I currently don't have it and besides it was very buggy.. so yeah.. good luck! :oops:
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Postby atrey65789 » Sat Jan 05, 13 2:09 am

Hahaha I will try this.
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