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nightbird0

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  1. Well thanks for answering, but as i mentioned on the post it's not a Unity project, i use Visual Studio 2015 and writing at Visual C#.
  2. Thanks for your reply. I don't have a problem about the position and how to move the elevator, my problem is the A.I which the elevator should have in order to choose which will be the next floor. (While the user presses buttons on the floors at runtime)
  3. Hey there, it's been a while since my last post but i really need some help with an assignment in my University. The project, using Visual C# (Visual Studio), is to develop an elevator system for a 5 storey building, i don't care about the design or how to move the elevator and stuff, all i really have to do is to develop the 'right' logic for the elevator so it can choose where to stop in the 'correct' order. My problem is that i can not decide which data structure is needed and how to make the elevator to pick the right order. Translated Assignment: (English might be from weird to really bad) And in any case, of course and i don't want someone to develop this application for me, all i want is some help on which data structure should i use and how to implement a fair elevator logic. I really appreciate your help.
  4. Sorry for being late, i now start implementing them in my building system and they fit awesome, thank you very much, the textures are a bit shinny but i can fix them with the shader settings.
  5. Yeap, it's working. Thanks mate
  6. I'm doing something wrong ? The link seems empty.
  7. A Turkish helicopter rescuing civilians it sounds like a fantasy game Jokes aside, very nice project.
  8. I though i was at a wrong forum
  9. You can have a free account at a host website and use FTP (File transfer Protocol) in order to upload the save file. Check this website here: http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/kirtan007/download-upload-binary-files-on-ftp-server-using-C-Sharp/ or just google on how to use FTP
  10. Just instantiate the game object over the network, not really a problem.
  11. use selfActive instead, this project is 2 years old, obviously based on a much older Unity version. If you are using the Standard FPS controller the mouselook is now 'integrated' into the controller.
  12. overreact with the meaning of a huge text, you seemed offended by a stranger who said something idiotic. Anyway mate, peace
  13. You don't have to over react, good result anyway.
  14. function Update () { if (Input.GetKeyDown ("space")) print ("space key was pressed"); } Replace the space with your key and the print function with the call code of your function.
  15. No problem mate, thanks for the replay.