Difference between revisions of "Talk:First Person Fix"

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If you go spectator and spectate a player in the eye, you would always look in one direction and not where the player is actually looking.  However, this is not a good fix.  You end up sending duplicate eye angles to all players.  A correct fix is to use the m_angEyeAngles in the player's send table to set the eye angles when spectating a player in the eye. [[User:Krenzo|Krenzo]] 05:15, 25 Sep 2007 (PDT)
 
If you go spectator and spectate a player in the eye, you would always look in one direction and not where the player is actually looking.  However, this is not a good fix.  You end up sending duplicate eye angles to all players.  A correct fix is to use the m_angEyeAngles in the player's send table to set the eye angles when spectating a player in the eye. [[User:Krenzo|Krenzo]] 05:15, 25 Sep 2007 (PDT)
  
Umm how whould i implement the proper fix then...
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Umm how would i implement the proper fix then...
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[[User:Filip|Filip]] 01:55, 17 September 2012 (PDT)

Latest revision as of 08:55, 17 September 2012

What exactly does this fix? A description would be good --Wunderboy 10:42, 14 Feb 2006 (PST)

If you go spectator and spectate a player in the eye, you would always look in one direction and not where the player is actually looking. However, this is not a good fix. You end up sending duplicate eye angles to all players. A correct fix is to use the m_angEyeAngles in the player's send table to set the eye angles when spectating a player in the eye. Krenzo 05:15, 25 Sep 2007 (PDT)

Umm how would i implement the proper fix then... Filip 01:55, 17 September 2012 (PDT)