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#ActualAngus Hollands

Posted 26 May 2013 - 10:07 AM

How would one compensate for the scenario when physics are deliberately omitted from the replication (e.g when the object isn't moving)?
The two solutions I foresee would be a boolean "isIdle" that is replicated with the physics, or just sending it every replication regardless (or just reading the velocity value).

 

Furthermore, have you any suggestions on how to create the buffer? Because my attempts haven't been altogether succesful.


#3Angus Hollands

Posted 26 May 2013 - 07:15 AM

How would one compensate for the scenario when physics are deliberately omitted from the replication (e.g when the object isn't moving)?
The two solutions I foresee would be a boolean "isIdle" that is replicated with the physics, or just sending it every replication regardless (or just reading the velocity value).

#2Angus Hollands

Posted 26 May 2013 - 07:12 AM

How would one compensate for the scenario when physics are deliberately omitted from the replication (e.g when the object isn't moving)?
The two solutions I foresee would be a boolean "isIdle" that is replicated with the physics, or just sending it every replication regardless (or just reading the velocity value).

#1Angus Hollands

Posted 26 May 2013 - 07:11 AM

How would one compensate for the scenario when physics are deliberately omitted from the replication (e.g when the object isn't moving)?

The two solutions I foresee would be a boolean "isIdle" that is replicated with the physics, or just sending it every replication regardless.


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