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I first noticed this on a mesh generated using the Surface class but have also checked it against the default teapot model. The result of a pick ( World:Pick() ) will always have triangle 0 instead of whatever the correct triangle id is. I am using the latest Steam version of Leadwerks and my project is up to date. I'll try to put together a simple demonstration scene but it should be pretty easy for anyone to confirm this. It's pretty much as simple as: local Picked = PickInfo() local Hit = World:GetCurrent():Pick(StartPos,EndPos,Picked,0,true) --true for getting the 'nearest'
Forgive me if this is a silly question, but my previous experience with collision normals is as follows: collision on X should return Vec3(1,0,0) collision on -X should return Vec3(-1,0,0) collision on Y should return Vec3(0,1,0) collision on -Y should return Vec3(0,-1,0) collision on Z should return Vec3(0,0,1) collision on -Z should return Vec3(0,0,-1) Leadwerks pickinfo.normal returns a fraction depending on where on a face the collision occurs. Is pickinfo.face the "normal" function I'm used to, and maybe pickinfo.normal is describing the hit point? If this is the case, ho
I'm familiarizing myself with Leadwerks and so I have a simple test map that lets me place block prefabs like Minecraft. How can I retrieve the name from a pickinfo.entity? I tried the following, but it throws an error in Print in the window:MouseDown(1) check: (argument #3 is 'string'; '[no object]' expected.) function Script:UpdateWorld() if block == nil then block = Prefab:Load("Prefabs/CM/Block.pfb") block:SetKeyValue("name","Block") block:SetCollisionType(Collision.Prop) end local pickinfo = PickInfo() local mousePos = window:GetMousePosition(