I noticed some strange behaviour of math_counter. When you set it's value to 0 by setvaluenofire and then add X (don't use more than one add output) to reach max value, onhitmax event won't fire. This doesn't happed using setvalue or composed add output (like add Y; add Z; Y+Z=X). Can someone confirm this?
Is it possible to transfer the value of a math_counter across multiple maps, i.e. to keep track of the number of cameras the player has knocked down in Portal? Or is there a better way of doing that than a math_counter? —Yar Kramer 15:39, 26 Jun 2008 (PDT)
Try using an env_global. It has a setting for keeping track of math variables across maps.
- Um ... no it doesn't. Are you sure you're thinking of the right thing? —Yar Kramer 16:07, 8 Aug 2008 (PDT)
- Yeah an env_global doesn't at all. You could perhaps use other logic entities, like cases, or branches to monitor changes in the counter though.--Gear 08:04, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
Math_counter can accept, store, process and output float values. Tested with OB (Source 2009) version of CS:S. I connected a math_counter's OutValue Output to the width input of a env_beam (accepts floats). Then I inputted several commands to the math_counter via ent_fire, setting float numbers, dividing and so on. The beam's width always represented the accurate float result, which I tested by inputting the correct float results directly to the env_beam's width. I'll leave the edit to someone who can confirm which engine version introduced this funcionality.--MBit 10:18, 19 September 2011 (PDT)
How do you connect values like that? I've been looking for quite a long time and have found no help :( --Megabobster 02:12, 10 January 2012 (PST)
how does OnGetValue work? According to the page, you are supposed to give it an integer somehow. How would you do this? I tried typing under "my outputs" OnGetValue 1 - but it gives an error in hammer, and wont send any outputs in-game. How do I assign an integer to something under "my outputs"? --Pandaboy 17:54, 28 November 2011 (PST)
- As is explained under the entry for OnGetValue, it will output an integer when you send a GetValue input to the math_counter. You can't send anything to an output, outputs, by definition, OUTPUT data, they can't take any INPUT. Solokiller 23:57, 29 November 2011 (PST)
How to make OutValue fire in parameter something else with math_counter's value? I mean I want to:
|My Output >||Target Entity||Target Input||Parameter||Delay||Only Once|
|OutValue||an_entity||SetLocalAngles||X 0 0||0.00||No|
OutValueoutput will automaticly set the parameter of any input it sends to another entity if the parameter is empty. It will only send one value, so you can't set only one value in a vector. If you want to rotate an entity, you'll have to use a work around, like using a func_rotating,func_door_rotating or func_tank. — Dr. Orange talk · contributions 20:06, 16 June 2018 (UTC)