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[1.6.4]Making a player move


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And by "move" you mean teleport entity (player) 2 blocks in some direction (probably front), or actually just a normal movement like on "FORWARD" key that will end after 2 blocks? If the second one, well, are you also considering player walking speed (potions/soulstone) or just want player to walk 2 blocks with "normal" speed? Also: you do understand that if you are alredy walking e.g. forward, and make player walk "again" forward (by rightclicking) this will not stack - I mean, it depends if you will launch single movement or movement over tick.

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And by "move" you mean teleport entity (player) 2 blocks in some direction (probably front), or actually just a normal movement like on "FORWARD" key that will end after 2 blocks? If the second one, well, are you also considering player walking speed (potions/soulstone) or just want player to walk 2 blocks with "normal" speed? Also: you do understand that if you are alredy walking e.g. forward, and make player walk "again" forward (by rightclicking) this will not stack - I mean, it depends if you will launch single movement or movement over tick.

 

I meant teleport and no I didn't realize it won't stack but thats fine.

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Well, there are many ways to do the teleportation thing (because "normal" walking process would be harder - that's why I asked).

You could make setPositionAndUpdate() and call it inside your onItemRightClick() method.

Rest of the code (x,y,z) coords are just math thing, so I am guessing you know how to get entity position, don't you?

I am not sure about rotation after teleportation, so if it wont be same as beforte event, you could save players rotation yaw, and then set it after the teleportation event.

Edit:

Well, just read:

/**
     * Move the entity to the coordinates informed, but keep yaw/pitch values.
     */
    public void setPositionAndUpdate(double par1, double par3, double par5)
    {
        this.setLocationAndAngles(par1, par3, par5, this.rotationYaw, this.rotationPitch);
    }

So, no, Yaw stays the same.

Also: If you want to make sure that player wont be travelling inside of blocks, you can get world max y for (x/z).

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Well, there are many ways to do the teleportation thing (because "normal" walking process would be harder - that's why I asked).

You could make setPositionAndUpdate() and call it inside your onItemRightClick() method.

Rest of the code (x,y,z) coords are just math thing, so I am guessing you know how to get entity position, don't you?

I am not sure about rotation after teleportation, so if it wont be same as beforte event, you could save players rotation yaw, and then set it after the teleportation event.

Also: If you want to make sure that player wont be travelling inside of blocks, you can get world max y for (x/z).

 

Ok will try this.

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Really?

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You set posZ twice.

Fixed:

player.setPositionAndUpdate(player.posX+2, player.posY, player.posZ);

Also:

(x,y,z) are coordinates of entity in the WORLD, not in entity coord plane. That means that adding +2 will move your entity in world's grid.

You need to either use Math() to get direction that will be added to (x,z) or... Well, this is pretty much only option :o

 

Edit: And yeah - diesieben07 alredy answered, sry.

 

Edit: For getting player's rottationYaw check out debug in GuiIngame (search for this.mc.mcProfiler.startSection("debug");).

Or maybe they added some function that returns rotation automatically? (well, i am using my own Util from 1.1 or earlier so, I don't know)

 

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Really?

width=661 height=553http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/85/Coord_planes_color_point_pl.svg/661px-Coord_planes_color_point_pl.svg.png[/img]

 

You set posZ twice.

Fixed:

player.setPositionAndUpdate(player.posX+2, player.posY, player.posZ);

Also:

(x,y,z) are coordinates of entity in the WORLD, not in entity coord plane. That means that adding +2 will move your entity in world's grid.

You need to either use Math() to get direction that will be added to (x,z) or... Well, this is pretty much only option :o

 

Edit: And yeah - diesieben07 alredy answered, sry.

 

Edit: For getting player's rottationYaw check out debug in GuiIngame (search for this.mc.mcProfiler.startSection("debug");).

Or maybe they added some function that returns rotation automatically? (well, i am using my own Util from 1.1 or earlier so, I don't know)

 

Just realized I did it twice. Silly mistake. cheesy.gif

 

 

Also I've ,never really used the Math(). So could you give me some code to work with? Thanks.

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Dude... Saying "never really used the Math()" is like saying you are a 12 year old and suck in school.

Java Math() is just a math. Can't help here if you don't understand what a f(x)=sin(x) is.

I can only tell you how to "kinda" make it.

1. float yaw = mc.thePlayer.rotationYaw; //returns total spin yaw of player during Entity existance (read: moment you join the world)

2. Wrap your yaw into smaller values (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_trigonometric_identities)

3. MathHelper.wrapAngleTo180_float(yaw);

4. Do the math for x and z coordinate - well, you can make it even using Pythagoras and sin(x) - I prefere better ways.

5. You got your x and z, now launch:

player.setPositionAndUpdate(player.posX + x, player.posY, player.posZ + z);

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