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[TF2] Forcing doors open/removing them entirely?


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SephirothSG
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Old 01-12-2014 , 06:49   Re: [TF2] Forcing doors open/removing them entirely?
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Well, you could try modifying tf_filter_team entities, so the filters always fail, pretty much only doors/buttons use them. Likewise, you could just disable the trigger multiples multiples since mostly just doors use them. Its likely the origins of the triggers will be within say, 20-50 units of the door origins they are responsible for too. Unfortunately you cannot easily read inputs/outputs of entities in game.

Honestly, the easiest way would just be to throw them all in an adt array, and just send them open inputs every 0.1 seconds. Its hacky, but its always going to work, on any map... Just find them all on round start.
Just ended up using a timer to open/unlock them every 0.1 seconds haha. It works so that's a plus

Thanks again everyone

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Old 01-12-2014 , 11:48   Re: [TF2] Forcing doors open/removing them entirely?
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Just ended up using a timer to open/unlock them every 0.1 seconds haha. It works so that's a plus

Thanks again everyone
Ew.. you need to find a better method. a timer is bad.
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Old 01-12-2014 , 12:52   Re: [TF2] Forcing doors open/removing them entirely?
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All you have to do is add one line for my suggestion ... Right after you open it, send the input lock. I don't play TF2 so I don't know if there are any differences in how things operate.
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