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  1. Hi Leadwerkers , Currently I am figuring out what would be the best way to save my game. What options there are for saving a table or varibles in general, and what options have you come up with? What I am working on at the moment was, to write a savedata table into a file like this and call it back with "dofile": return { someData = "Test"; someOtherData = "Tes2t"; } But this method is pretty tricky, not only have do you have to convert the variables into strings to save them, but it also is complicated and I think its no clean and fast solution because you have to work with the stream and filesystem command and "manually" write your data into a lua file. There is the System:SetProperty() command, but there you only can save strings as well. Are there any other commands Leadwerks offers? Another engine I worked before had a save command, where you can save any lua variable in (tables, strings, numbers everything) and then call it back. So tell me your attempt, what have you come up with? I want a system, where I just say: Save that variable and load that variable back on demand. If leadwerks does not offer such function itself I would be very thankful if you can link me tutorials, ideas or anything else which helps me building my own savesystem. Sorry if the english is not perfect Phoenix
  2. ... if Map:Load(mapfile)==false then return end zombiesleft= 0 zombieskilled = 0 roundssurvived = 0 zombiesextrahealth = 0 ... this is in the main.lua script function Script:NewRound() roundssurvived= roundssurvived +1 local a = (roundssurvived*.1) + roundssurvived self.maxEnemies= self.maxEnemies + Math:Round(a) end this is in an script attached to a pivot in the scene. The title is misleading in parts, i havent tried local variables yet but it would be nosense. "...: 41 : attempt to perform arithmetic on field 'currentround' (a nil value)" I get this error, am very confused since the calculation below this line that I implemented today worked.
  3. 1. I have been searching in the Internet and found a Rover model: http://opengameart.org/content/mars-rover When I open it up in Blender, it says the rotation is 000, as well as the location. But when I import it inside Leadwerks, it says that the rotation is 90,0,0 (it is rotated right, but it should be 0,0,0). That is why there are some problems with the car script. 2 The car script does not work on the rover, even if all physics are adjusted as same as the prefab car, the rover tires have some weird position and only the starting sound appears to work. 3. So now I taught I will make it like this : SetParent the rover to the car and put an invisible material on the car(also scale it so it handles more realistic). This has workend in parts, when I have no physics on the rover. Now the problem is , when I make this the rotation is 0,0,0 and not 90,0,0 ,so the rover is not rotated correct. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=345315752&searchtext=car Also something else, that is probably caused by the settings file: I cannot select a box (or else shape) for the physics inside the editor. I only see the following: physics mode, collision type, Mass, character angle, swept collision, nav obstacle.
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