(Solved) Calling extra interfaces.

  • #1, by DilatedMonday, 17. August 2015, 08:38 5 years ago
    I was wondering if it is possible to calling an interface without calling its 'class'.

    Basically I've used all the interfaces classes that are available, however I want one more for an in-game book so it is accessible wherever the character is.

    Is there a LUA a script to call a specific interface rather than its class?

    I have an idea for a work around which you simply change to a transparent character, then calls the interface attached to that character, then reverts back when you exit the interface. However I feel there has to be a better way.

    Thanks for anyones thoughts in advance <3

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  • #2, by sebastianMonday, 17. August 2015, 08:44 5 years ago
    there is no way around using the classes. Hoever you can vreate classes by your own *yay)
    Press ctrl+e / cmd +e to open the explorer. There you can find a point which is called eInterfaceClasses (i guess).
    There are all available listed. You can also add new ones which are then available to be chosen when creating a new interface.

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  • #3, by DilatedMonday, 17. August 2015, 08:50 5 years ago
    Woah that was quick thanks man!

    That's actually perfect man, thanks a bunch!

    Also what the hell, how have I never known about the explorer haha.

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  • #4, by Simon_ASAMonday, 17. August 2015, 15:59 5 years ago
    Yeah, the same happened to me in the past. I think that the explorer would need to be more visible smile

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  • #5, by sebastianMonday, 17. August 2015, 18:14 5 years ago
    It needs its own icon on the side smile . But that could be dangerous for those who don't know what they are doing...

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  • #6, by Simon_ASAMonday, 17. August 2015, 18:23 5 years ago
    Yes you're right.
    An option to add new interface classes without going through the explorer might be helpful too?

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  • #7, by sebastianMonday, 17. August 2015, 22:15 5 years ago
    ... this would be great smile
    All in all i miss some kind of function to only display a picture without any connections to interfaces or other stuff.

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  • #8, by DilatedTuesday, 18. August 2015, 07:19 5 years ago
    If only engines catered to all our specific needs haha.

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