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How does Move() work


Rick

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What is Move() doing behind the scenes? I was using it to move left/right but now I need to rotate the player but still move on the x plane only so can't use Move() as it's relative and not what I need. So I figured I'd use SetPosition() and just add to the x position but it moves super fast now where with Move() it was smooth. So I assume Move() was doing something to smooth this movement that I now need to do.

 

 

if self.window:KeyDown(Key.A) then
x = ((1 * self.moveSpeed) * Time:GetSpeed())
end

if self.window:KeyDown(Key.D) then 
x = ((-1 * self.moveSpeed) * Time:GetSpeed())
end

-- move the player
--self.entity:Move(x, 0, 0)
local pos = self.entity:GetPosition(true)
pos.x = pos.x + x

self.entity:SetPosition(pos)

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Well, the idea I'm looking for is with that speed value it works great for Move() but not for SetPosition() but wondering why exactly. The above code is called in the same spot.

 

@Einlander Nothing changes if I do that. It's still super fast movement. To the point where it looks like he's teleporting but you can faintly see trails so you know he was in another spots and is just moving really fast.

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