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[SOLVED] modelBiped arm rendered on wrong player [1.12.2]


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so i have a pose which should be rendered when the player is mediating, which works fine but only in singleplayer.

somehow in multiplayer the player who mediates his arms are rendered correctly on the client but other players see him with no arms and his arms are rendered on their own model.

 

here is a screenshot though its hard to show it properly..

 

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player who meditates:

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in RenderPlayerEvent.Pre i set the arms hidden and in the post event i set the rotation and render the arm:

if(event.getEntityPlayer().getCapability(NenProvider.NEN_CAP, null).isMeditating()) {
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedRightArm.isHidden = false;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedRightArm.rotationPointZ = -MathHelper.sin((float) Math.toRadians(event.getEntityPlayer().renderYawOffset)) * 5.0F;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedRightArm.rotationPointY = 20;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedRightArm.rotationPointX = -MathHelper.cos((float) Math.toRadians(event.getEntityPlayer().renderYawOffset)) * 5.0F;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedRightArm.rotateAngleX = (float) -1.0;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedRightArm.rotateAngleY = (float) -Math.toRadians(event.getEntityPlayer().renderYawOffset);
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedRightArm.rotateAngleZ = (float) 3.4;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedRightArm.renderWithRotation(0.0625F);
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedRightArm.rotationPointY = 2;
				
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedLeftArm.isHidden = false;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedLeftArm.rotationPointZ = -MathHelper.sin((float) Math.toRadians(event.getEntityPlayer().renderYawOffset)) * -5.0F;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedLeftArm.rotationPointY = 20;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedLeftArm.rotationPointX = -MathHelper.cos((float) Math.toRadians(event.getEntityPlayer().renderYawOffset)) * -5.0F;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedLeftArm.rotateAngleX = (float) -1.0;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedLeftArm.rotateAngleY = (float) -Math.toRadians(event.getEntityPlayer().renderYawOffset);
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedLeftArm.rotateAngleZ = (float) -3.4;
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedLeftArm.renderWithRotation(0.0625F);
				event.getRenderer().getMainModel().bipedLeftArm.rotationPointY = 2;
			}

 

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1 hour ago, eatthenight said:

in RenderPlayerEvent.Pre i set the arms hidden and in the post event i set the rotation and render the arm:

Post all of your code that is in the Pre and Post event.

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1 hour ago, eatthenight said:

in the post event i set the rotation and render the arm:

Looks like you need to GLStateManager.translate in the post event to the player in question because it is translated back before the post event is fired.

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14 hours ago, Animefan8888 said:

Looks like you need to GLStateManager.translate in the post event to the player in question because it is translated back before the post event is fired.

so i tried to translate by using some test values and it seems the other player sees the player who meditates with no arms so now its not even rendered?

on the client who meditates its rendered with the offset i used for GLStateManage.translate...

EDIT: the client player only sometimes gets the data if the player meditates seems like i have to fix my packets for meditating.

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14 hours ago, Animefan8888 said:

Looks like you need to GLStateManager.translate in the post event to the player in question because it is translated back before the post event is fired.

works now after fixing my packets but somehow the arm texture is not rendered correctly on other clients..

 

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