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[1.7.2] - Help with Client Side Keyboard input & Server Side player.fallDistance


Goalieman_05

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Hi, im trying to use code like this to make a shift key negate fall damage in a specific sense. Im aware that fallDistance is handled server side and to get keyboard input you must use

if(world.isRemote)
    if(Keyboard.isKeyDown){}

in order to get it to work on a server. but i would like to use this in a way similar to this

if (world.isRemote)
         if (Keyboard.isKeyDown(Keyboard.KEY_LSHIFT))
{
     player.fallDistance = 0;
     if (player.motionY <= 0)
     {
          player.motionY = -floatSpeed;
     }
 }

is there any way of getting the shift key detection to not crash the server with allowing the server side handle fall distance. BTW im trying to not use packet handlers.

 

Thank you!

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Have a look at Key Binding.

 

You want to do something on the client that should be registered on the server? Sending a packet sounds like a good idea.

 

Alternatively, you could cheat and check whether the player

isSneaking()

, but I don't know if that is true when falling. Assuming you want the sneak key to be the negate fall damage key.

 

EDIT: diesieben07 said it. :P

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