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How to apply a vector to a client?


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Old 11-13-2018 , 00:33   How to apply a vector to a client?
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I was hoping to launch a client in a similar way to how the slap command works.
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Old 11-13-2018 , 11:15   Re: How to apply a vector to a client?
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I was hoping to launch a client in a similar way to how the slap command works.
Then why not just look at how the slap command works?

edit: actually it seems instead of TeleportEntity the slap command now has it's own function:
https://sm.alliedmods.net/new-api/sd...ons/SlapPlayer
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Old 11-13-2018 , 15:34   Re: How to apply a vector to a client?
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Then why not just look at how the slap command works?

edit: actually it seems instead of TeleportEntity the slap command now has it's own function:
https://sm.alliedmods.net/new-api/sd...ons/SlapPlayer
Which still uses the same underlying teleport.
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Old 11-13-2018 , 16:17   Re: How to apply a vector to a client?
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Which still uses the same underlying teleport.
Yeah except now it's a little less use friendly since a *theoretical user* can't just open up the slap.sp and play with the teleport velocity values
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