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DarkBASIC Discussion / the door won't

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HomerS
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Posted: 29th May 2014 20:39
Hi all,

How to get the door turned open/closed the correct way?

Here is my code.



Do I have to do something with it as a limb???

Toedeledoki
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Posted: 29th May 2014 21:35
You need to offset the door, by 50% on the width...

Are you using DBPro or DBClassic?

TheComet
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Posted: 29th May 2014 21:36 Edited at: 30th May 2014 14:45
The center of the object needs to be shifted for the door to rotate correctly. A trick you can use is to offset the root limb (limb 0):



Quote: "Are you using DBPro or DBClassic?"


This is a DBC board, so he should be using DBC.

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HomerS
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Posted: 30th May 2014 11:42
Hi,

Yes it is classic.

I used your code, it misses the limbnr 0? like this



but it still turns in the middel

Here it is in the complete code...



Toedeledoki
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Posted: 30th May 2014 13:11
Once you've offset the limb to reposition the door's centre you then need to move the door.



I modified your code in DBPro but it should work in DBC.

Silverman
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Posted: 30th May 2014 16:05
hi,

29 games, your code not work correctly in dbc.

modified:


DirectX 9.0c (February 2010)/ DBClassic v1.20
HomerS
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Posted: 30th May 2014 19:21
Thank all,

Now that works like a real door. LOL

So the next thing for me to do to change the turningpoint:
1. make an object.
2. ofset an object.
3. make a mesh from an object.
4. delete the object.
5. make an object from the mesh.

right?



I shall show the programm when it is finished.

Toedeledoki
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Posted: 31st May 2014 13:54
right!

DirectX 9.0c (February 2010)/ DBClassic v1.20

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