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[1.8] Q. can I get the actual world and the actual EntityPlayer from other class


perromercenary00

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i need to play a sound from a custom class, not an item or block class, to do dat i need the current world and the player EntityPlayer.

 

worldIn.playSoundAtEntity(playerIn, "modmercenario:neutro", 1.0F, 1.0F);

 

for that I need to extract the current EntityPlayer  and the local world from somewhere else

i was searching  methods in minecraft class but nothing that could serve me

 

 

like a clock or the compas must work in the inventory whithout need of click

this class was created to change the texture of an indicator item and depend on mi keybindings class, iwanna make it give mi sounds ass well wen the gearbox value change

 

//gearbox.java

//_____________________________

package mercenarymod.utilidades;

 

import net.minecraft.entity.player.EntityPlayer;

import net.minecraft.world.World;

import mercenarymod.items.display.gearbox_display;

 

public class gearbox{

 

public static int gear = 0;

public static int getgear(){return gear;}

public static void setgear(int g){gear=g;}

 

public static int limite = 5;

public static int getlimite(){return limite;}

public static void setlimite(int l){limite=l;gear=0;}

 

public static World worldIn=null;

public static EntityPlayer playerIn=null;

 

 

public static void up(){

gear++;mgear();        }

 

public static void down(){

gear--;mgear();          }

 

public static String mgear(){

 

if (gear<=0){

gear=0;

gearbox_display.settextura("numeron");

worldIn.playSoundAtEntity(playerIn, "modmercenario:neutro", 1.0F, 1.0F);

return ""+gear;}

 

 

if (gear>=limite){gear=limite;}

 

 

gearbox_display.settextura("numero"+gear);

 

 

System.out.println("gear="+gear);

return ""+gear;

}

 

public gearbox(){;}

 

}

 

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This code literally makes no sense.  Where is mgear() called from?  Why does it return a string and play a sound?  Why not pass it a world and player parameter when its called?

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well mi mod has a keybindclass named KeyInputHandler  wen press '+' or '-'in the keyboard  it executes

 

public static void up(){

gear++;  mgear();        }

 

or

 

public static void down(){

gear--;  mgear();          }

 

thats execute mgear and mgear play a sound wen int gear is zero and call gearbox_display.settextura("numero"+gear); that class is an item an has a method to change the texture of the item based on the int gear value

 

soo first go the keyhandler but keyhandler dont have world value or entityplayer value and i need those two to play a sound 

 

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These gears have no meaning unless you're trying to use keybinds to affect an object in the world.  If that's the case, you need packets.

 

If you're doing something entirely client side, you don't need a world and player reference at all and should be looking into playing client-side-only sounds.

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i just resolve how to play sounds yesterday

 

how do you do that ?

 

the method i been using play the sound over the head of steve for it needs the value of the world in which steve is and the entitityplayer representing steve entity to get the coordinates where steve is

worldIn.playSoundAtEntity(playerIn, "modmercenario:neutro", 1.0F, 1.0F);

 

is a method to play a sound all over the place (loaded chuncks) in all the worlds at the same  time ?

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i get something

 

 

        Minecraft mc = Minecraft.getMinecraft();

 

        EntityPlayer playerIn= mc.thePlayer;

World worldIn=mc.theWorld;

World worldOn= playerIn.getEntityWorld();

 

System.out.println("es worldIn remoto ="+worldIn.isRemote);

System.out.println("es worldIn remoto ="+worldOn.isRemote);

System.out.println("Entity steve Nombre="+playerIn.getDisplayNameString() );

 

ItemStack hand=playerIn.getHeldItem();

System.out.println("Entity steve in hand="+hand.getUnlocalizedName());

 

 

  if i create an object from the minecraft class i can extrac from there the user and the world but just the remote world    and i need the local

 

the other thinks is.

here i just have mi player in the developmen environment

if iuse 

 

Minecraft mc = Minecraft.getMinecraft();

EntityPlayer playerIn= mc.thePlayer;

 

in a lan party it will always get mi user or gona get mixed whith the users of the other players?

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That code will always get the local player.  However, that code will crash a server.

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