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  1. Just bought LW today. I'm going through tutorials and I'm trying to assign a script to an object (the fan tutorial). I click on an object and then I select my rotation script. Now if I try to run/debug the game, nothing happens. If I select a different object after assigning a script, and then select my fan again, then the script disappears. It's no longer assigned. https://www.leadwerks.com/learn?page=Tutorials_Lua-Scripting_Introduction-to-Lua I'm on Debian 10. Any ideas what I may be doing wrong?
  2. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/editor-interface-r1 It says you will see the welcome page initially, but you don't. It also says you can enable/disable it under Help:Welcome Page, but that option doesn't exist.
  3. Hi Leadwerks community. Several people in the past few years suggested to start a modest kickstarter or make some sort of paid tutorial set available using educations sites like udemy.com. Previous attempts at tutorial projects didn't go so well, so a change is needed. Project Saturn Game from scratch Users seem to like this approach better In the end there were too many code changes/breaks in default scripts for me to continue this. OLED Lua basics and editor usage videos. Tried out patreon: at max 3 subscribers. So I stopped using it. Although the video quality and length were improved, the views were so low that I stopped spending time on it. Then there is also SplineTools. I see the same thing there, although it is not a tutorial but a paid script. Very little usage At the moment of writing, I haven't earned anything yet. I blame the Steam workshop partially for this. New attempt I really like to see more people using Leadwerks. So here is my idea for a new tutorial project. Feedback is more than welcome. Kickstarted project The endgoal for this project is to have a cool, complete tutorial project. The endgoal is not to make a huge amount of money. however I have spend a lot of personal time in previous projects. I would hate it to see my precious time go to waste because users do not watch or read the content. Target goal (price)? Honestly no idea. Again, I do not expect to earn a lot on this. I would probably earn more money delivering mail or flipping burgers. Game type: Tower defense FPS is the most used genre for Leadwerks games so I want to do something else. I require only few animations. Several Leadwerks GUI skills to be learned. Imagine clicking on a tower, display a UI object at that specific tower. Different tower types require different game mechanics that can be taught. The amount of towers is not important, the game mechanic is: Direct hit tower: good for demonstrating raycast. (similar to Saturn weapon tutorial) Bullet: simplest effect that can be achieved. Tesla: good way to demonstrate sprites/electricity Area hit tower: either in a cone or in a radius of the tower. AABB example Projectile tower: slow moving object, physics involved. Models/textures/Sound would be provided. I have a friend who can model really well, delivers consistent quality and has a 'friend' price. Progress of the project will be publicly visible in the new Leadwerks Projects forum Project will be opensourced using Github. Language? Lua will attract more users, is quicker to set up and can be used in the editor. This brings us also to the question if the editor should be used in the first place. The game could be procedural for instance. A good showcase for C++ would be a nice change too. Leadwerks version? We have the stable Leadwerks 4.5/4.6. Possibly new game template for Josh to use with Leadwerks 5. Leadwerks 5 is a long way of though. Plus the game would be written in C++ since Lua is not available yet. Development process Game is first made from scratch. When that is done and passes review, the tutorials are made. Written tutorials on how to make the entire game from scratch. From starting a new project, to importing assets, to writing the code and finishing the game. Depending on how much time everything takes, videos could be recorded as well.
  4. Hello Everyone! This is my first post and first question here! Hope you can help! I'm new to Leadwerks and somewhat to Game Dev. I'm currently enjoying learning Leadwerks, and I just reached the Marble Game tutorial. The only thing I'm facing is that as soon as I create a project with the Marble Game template, I'm getting the full playable game, while it is supposed to be non-playable to learn building it. Is there any available files for this tutorial? That would save me modifying the complete game to look like the tutorial one. Thanks in advance. Lagli
  5. Hey guys, Besides the YouTube videos from the Leadwerks Channel, anyone know of some good LUA tutorials for Leadwerks? Any help appreciated! Thanks
  6. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/models-and-animation-r8 This part is very non-intuitive. It didn't show the entire model at first, and didn't auto-play. There are no buttons with Play icons or tooltips. Randomly pressing the two buttons to the left of the slider, I managed to get it to 'start' - but all it was doing was flashing different body parts on the screen really quick. It didn't appear that anything moved, just flashed.
  7. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/asset-browser-r5 The folder didn't open. I expected Nautilus or similar to open to the specified directory.
  8. On this page: http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/editor-interface-r1 It says: "You can switch from four to one viewports by selecting the View > Single Viewport menu item." That option doesn't exist It also says: "The option to switch between single and four viewports can also be activated with a shortcut: F12." That didn't do anything either
  9. There is a typo in the Models and animation tutorial. Under the Models and Materials heading, second sentence. " We can seein the model " should be We can see in the model.
  10. In the Scene Editor Tutorial, under the Properties Editor heading, it asks to select the "Brick cylinder brush" but there is no Brick cylinder brush in the scene. In the example image the Floor is selected and in the next image Box side 1 is selected. I'm surprised Malachi missed this one
  11. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/workshop-r11 It shows installing the Crate and Barrel asset After following the workaround to subscribe to it inside Steam http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/topic/12741-workshopbrowse-does-nothing/ The Workshop:Manage AddOns did not reflect the new item until the Editor was closed and relaunched After that, it showed the new entry, but will not allow install Leadwerks.log and update.log are both 0 bytes... I looked through the other related tickets (http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/topic/12081-installing-dlc-instructions/page__hl__workshop) , and the fact that the Install button is not clickable seems to be my problem.
  12. Found some tutorials on subjects that seem to come up alot on the Leadwerks forums: Texturing and modular assets. http://www.philipk.net/tutorials.html The tutorials are simple but graphically impressive.
  13. Issue is similar to http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/topic/12657-saving-a-map-does-not-add-extension/ On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/prefabs-r33 That doesn't work. It saves the file, but does not show up in the Asset Browser. You have to manually add the pfb extension for it to appear in the Asset Browser.
  14. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/prefabs-r33 There is no visible indication of the emitter (other than x/y/z control points) at this point. Maybe it's because of: Error: Failed to load material "Materials/Effects/default.mat" Error: Failed to load material "Materials/Icons/emitter.mat" (That was referenced in http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/topic/12722-emitter-has-missing-materials/) Still no visible indication of the emitter Now the screenshots match up. The previous two did not. This could be a side effect of that other bug (missing materials) and may go away once those changes are propagated to us.
  15. On: http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/textures-r6 Nothing happens. It doesn't appear to register there was an attempt.
  16. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/textures-r6 That is not the behaviour that I see. Using: [L]eft click [R]ight click [M]iddle click croll wheel [d]rag Ld: move (correct) LRd: move (side effect of above, I think) Rd: nothing (documented to zoom, but doesn't) Md: nothing Rs: nothing Ms: nothing s: nothing (this was what the rest of the app uses)
  17. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/ In reference to http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/particle-emitters-r10 The tutorial is incomplete.
  18. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/particle-emitters-r10 When it creates the emitter, I see these errors: Error: Failed to load material "Materials/Effects/default.mat" Error: Failed to load material "Materials/Icons/emitter.mat"
  19. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/models-and-animation-r8 This section of the tutorial is outdated. It assumes you currently have 'Crates', which you don't. You currently have 'Fan' and 'Firepit'. As such, this section instructions you to overwrite your current copy with a binary-different version. The name should either be distinct, or it should be non-conflicting assets.
  20. It wouldn't allow me to respond to this thread http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/topic/12652-floor-blocks-light/ You have to press Enter before you can adjust the placement.
  21. http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/models-and-animation-r8 Steps necessary for this to work: 1. rename barrel.FBX to barrel.fbx as the File:Import filter does not see FBX files 2. load the bmp files BEFORE the fbx file because multi-select is not possible and it will not auto-apply otherwise 3. load the fbx last
  22. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/materials-r7 The teapot is partially see-through in the Material Editor. It might be best to suggest checking Two sided (it is unchecked by default) on the wooden teapot example to demonstrate it.
  23. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/models-and-animation-r8 The specified folder and material do not exist. The specified folder and model do not exist.
  24. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/terrain-r9 Since that is Windows only, maybe we should provide a link to some cross-platform tool or tutorial?
  25. On http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/terrain-r9 Filename is terrain.r16
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