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Help with function PostSpawn for point_template


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spacepoi
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Old 02-12-2019 , 10:29   Help with function PostSpawn for point_template
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I write vscript with squirrel for csgo.
I want to use this function without flag, "Preserve entity names".
I write script but it dont work.
I think "Entities.FindByName(null,"path1")" on the second line is not appropriate.
I only can find example on
https://developer.valvesoftware.com/...CPointTemplate
How to fix this?
Thanks in advance.

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tbl <- {
path1 = Entities.FindByName(null,"path1"),
path2 = Entities.FindByName(null,"path2")
}

function PostSpawn( tbl )
{
foreach( name, handle in tbl )
{
printl( name + ": " + handle )
}
}
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Old 02-13-2019 , 12:40   Re: Help with function PostSpawn for point_template
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Quote:
Originally Posted by spacepoi View Post
I want to use this function without flag, "Preserve entity names".
You want to use without that flag or u are already using without that flag?? Cause that can be edited through hammer editor and vscript not needed or i dont understand smthng.



Maybe you forget this:
Code:
 Note:	PostSpawn() will not be called unless the PreSpawnInstance() function is also defined in the script.
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Old Today , 10:49   Re: Help with function PostSpawn for point_template
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Thanks for replying.
I miss it. I will try that!
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