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jordanblythe104 last won the day on June 18 2014

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  1. Updated with a download link, let me know if there's any problems.
  2. It's a showcase but I could upload it and edit in the download link here I guess.
  3. Very happy with how these turned out, here's the download link: https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0B6Kq-NGP6BvGVkFEV3RiSG5pM1k&export=download
  4. Looking great, will be monitoring this thread for sure.
  5. GameObject FindClosestEnemy() { GameObject[] gos; gos = GameObject.FindGameObjectsWithTag("Enemy"); GameObject closest = null; float distance = Mathf.Infinity; Vector3 position = transform.position; foreach (GameObject go in gos) { Vector3 diff = go.transform.position - position; float curDistance = diff.sqrMagnitude; if (curDistance < distance) { closest = go; distance = curDistance; } } return closest; } } Just found this in the unity script reference in case anyone else runs into this problem.
  6. I just need to know how to have a function return me a Transform or GameObject, the code is giving me errors because it's wrong for many reasons. In Unityscript, I can write the following code if I want the function to give me the specified type. Just wondering how or if it can be done in C#. function FindClosestTarget(): GameObject{ return (GameObject); }
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    C# issue

    Recently switched from unityscript to C# and I've really enjoyed it so far. I have run into a problem however when trying to convert an old unityscript function to C#. Unityscript version works fine, returns me the closest visible object I'm looking for. function FindClosestTarget(): GameObject{ var closest : GameObject; var distance = Mathf.Infinity; var position = transform.position; var targets : GameObject[]; if(faction == Faction.blue){ targets = GameObject.FindGameObjectsWithTag("TeamRed"); } if(faction == Faction.red){ targets = GameObject.FindGameObjectsWithTag("TeamBlue"); } var uVect = Vector3(0, 0.4, 0); // Iterate through them and find the closest visible one for (var i = 0; i < targets.length; i++) { var hit : RaycastHit; if(Physics.Linecast(sightTransform.position, targets[i].transform.position + uVect, hit)){ if(faction == Faction.blue){ if(hit.transform.root.tag == "TeamRed"){ var diff = (targets[i].transform.position - position); var curDistance = diff.sqrMagnitude; if(curDistance < distance){ closest = targets[i]; distance = curDistance; } } } if(faction == Faction.red){ if(hit.transform.root.tag == "TeamBlue"){ var diff2 = (targets[i].transform.position - position); var curDistance2 = diff2.sqrMagnitude; if(curDistance2 < distance){ closest = targets[i]; distance = curDistance2; } } } } } return closest; } C# version has a bunch of errors and I don't really know how to fix them, I'm also searching for a Transform rather than a GameObject. Transform FindClosestTarget() { Transform Closest; float Distance = Mathf.Infinity; Vector3 Position = transform.position; GameObject[] Targets; if(faction == Faction.Blufor) { Targets = GameObject.FindGameObjectsWithTag("Opfor"); } if (faction == Faction.Opfor) { Targets = GameObject.FindGameObjectsWithTag("Blufor"); } for (int i = 0; i < Targets.Length; i++) { RaycastHit hit; if(Physics.Linecast(Sight.position, Targets[i].transform.position, hit)) { if (faction == Faction.Blufor) { if (hit.transform.root.tag == "Opfor") { float diff = (Targets[i].transform.position - Position); float curDistance = diff.sqrMagnitude; if (curDistance < Distance) { Closest = Targets[i].transform; Distance = curDistance; } } } if (faction == Faction.Opfor) { if (hit.transform.root.tag == "Blufor") { float diff2 = (Targets[i].transform.position - Position); float curDistance2 = diff2.sqrMagnitude; if (curDistance2 < Distance) { Closest = Targets[i].transform; Distance = curDistance2; } } } } } return Closest; }
  8. I really like visual studio, switched to it from sublime text 3 and I've really enjoyed it so far. It's a little over-zealous with its formatting which can get annoying but other than that it's been really nice to work with. I really like that the script reference is integrated.
  9. I'm getting some weird issues with exporting fbx with animations from blender to unity and I can't figure out why. I have the latest version of both unity and blender, I am using all the correct settings as far as I know and I'm still having issues. This picture is how it looks in blender: And here's what happens in Unity: Here are my export settings: Any ideas? This is really frustrating, I really don't want to have to re-rig and animate again.
  10. Yeah I just got that, thank you for being patient with me. Really appreciate the help
  11. Still this Error log: "Cannot convert 'UnityEngine.GameObject[]' to 'System.Collections.Generic.List.<UnityEngine.GameObject>'." Edit - It was on a new line, doh
  12. I think I can work around it by making targets a local variable and recreate it whenever I need it.
  13. Just corrected that in all of my code and still getting the same error. Maybe game objects in a list are treated differently to actual game objects? It's a shame there's so little documentation on such an important issue like this.
  14. if(targets.length > 0){ for(var i = 0; i < targets.length; i++){ var hit : RaycastHit; var uVector = Vector3(0, 0.6, 0); if(Physics.Linecast(sightTransform.position, targets[i].transform.position + uVector, hit)){ if(faction == Faction.blue){ if(hit.transform.root.tag == "TeamRed"){ state = 1; } } if(faction == Faction.red){ if(hit.transform.root.tag == "TeamBlue"){ state = 1; } } } } } Error log: "Cannot convert 'UnityEngine.GameObject[]' to 'System.Collections.Generic.List.<UnityEngine.GameObject>'."
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