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  1. So I'm making a 2D game, and I want to impement co-op. So far I understand networking, but while searching for a problem, I found this post: "You mention "Network.Istantiate". Don't use it, it's just a demo function for "hello world" projects. (It's a bit like "Invoke" which is good for beginners but normally you just use coroutines.)" (link : http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/326626/games-with-multiple-maps.html ) I tried to google this, and why I shouldn't use it, but only found posts about this from the same guy on unity answers, "Fattie". So my question is, should I use Network.Instantiate, and if not, why not? (Note: I know how to handle networkplayers from this : http://docs.unity3d.com/ScriptReference/Network.AllocateViewID.html , but Network.Instantiate would be faster to write)
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    Multiplayer Help

    How I did it : When I spawned the player, wich had a First person part(by default it wasn't active) and the Third Person part(by default it was active), and on the spawned players PC I set the SetActive of the Third Person false, and true for the First Person.
  3. I think it's for GameObject.
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    Gun and camera set up

    You have to do this via script: Gun.transform.position = Camera.transform.position; Gun.transform.rotation= Camera.transform.rotation;
  5. I think it's that you have 2 OnMouseOver functions?
  6. The others work. Nevermind.
  7. But after it? It bringes me to this link : https://disk.yandex.ru/copy/?path=/narod/28288719001.234478d10b2a9604618a14de19d8dcaf&name=cityDamage.unitypackage Do I have to register? Or is it a map I can't download?
  8. How can I download them? I don't know that language.
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    And how can I get the Collision for the wall jumping (so I can get the angles)? Is it the same with OnCollisionStay?
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    No, I'm making an FPS game, so it wouldn't work. Anyways, thanks for your help.
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    Ok, got the grounded and the crouching part, but if I want to detect collison's from the sides, do I have to make more objects?
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    Hi! I want to detect if the player is grounded, there's something above his head and if it's colliding with walls from sides in one script. I have a basic movement script, what detects if the player is standing, but I want it to detect if there's something above his head, so when im crouching, i won't get into objects. How can I get the two collison info seperated? Here's the code that I'm using: function OnCollisionStay (collision : Collision) { for (var contact : ContactPoint in collision.contacts) { if (Vector3.Angle(contact.normal, Vector3.up) < maxSlope) grounded = true; } } function OnCollisionExit () { grounded = false; } Also how can I simply describe the two sides in one for wall-jumping (so (Vector3.Angle((contact.normal,/ Vector3.left AND right/)? Any help would be appreciated.)
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