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  1. I first noticed this on a mesh generated using the Surface class but have also checked it against the default teapot model. The result of a pick ( World:Pick() ) will always have triangle 0 instead of whatever the correct triangle id is. I am using the latest Steam version of Leadwerks and my project is up to date. I'll try to put together a simple demonstration scene but it should be pretty easy for anyone to confirm this. It's pretty much as simple as: local Picked = PickInfo() local Hit = World:GetCurrent():Pick(StartPos,EndPos,Picked,0,true) --true for getting the 'nearest' hit --make sure StartPos and EndPos go through a model print(Picked.triangle) --always 0
  2. Forgive me if this is a silly question, but my previous experience with collision normals is as follows: collision on X should return Vec3(1,0,0) collision on -X should return Vec3(-1,0,0) collision on Y should return Vec3(0,1,0) collision on -Y should return Vec3(0,-1,0) collision on Z should return Vec3(0,0,1) collision on -Z should return Vec3(0,0,-1) Leadwerks pickinfo.normal returns a fraction depending on where on a face the collision occurs. Is pickinfo.face the "normal" function I'm used to, and maybe pickinfo.normal is describing the hit point? If this is the case, how do you use pickinfo.face, I couldn't find much documentation on it? Thanks!
  3. I'm familiarizing myself with Leadwerks and so I have a simple test map that lets me place block prefabs like Minecraft. How can I retrieve the name from a pickinfo.entity? I tried the following, but it throws an error in Print in the window:MouseDown(1) check: (argument #3 is 'string'; '[no object]' expected.) function Script:UpdateWorld() if block == nil then block = Prefab:Load("Prefabs/CM/Block.pfb") block:SetKeyValue("name","Block") block:SetCollisionType(Collision.Prop) end local pickinfo = PickInfo() local mousePos = window:GetMousePosition() if (self.player.script.camera:Pick(mousePos.x, mousePos.y, pickinfo, pickradius, true)) then block:SetPosition(Vec3(math.floor(pickinfo.position.x), math.floor(pickinfo.position.y), math.floor(pickinfo.position.z)) + Vec3(pickinfo.normal.x, pickinfo.normal.y/2, pickinfo.normal.z)) end if window:MouseDown(2) then -- Place the block block = nil end if window:MouseDown(1) then -- Delete the block if pickinfo ~= nil then if pickinfo.entity ~= nil then System:Print(pickinfo.entity:GetKeyValue("name")) end --if pickinfo.entity:GetKeyValue("Name") == "Block" then -- pickinfo.entity:Release() --end end end end The other issue I'm having is that the placed prefabs have no physics collision. Thanks, Mike
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