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Old 10-17-2010 , 00:36   Re: [PREVIEW] VPhysics
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Old 11-08-2010 , 20:05   Re: [PREVIEW] VPhysics
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Is the installation as simple as dropping the dll into the sourcemod\extensions folder? Is this compatible with the current version of L4D2? It seems The Sacrifice update broke a lot of stuff. I am trying to get this work with the gravity gun mod plugin.
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Old 11-09-2010 , 01:23   Re: [PREVIEW] VPhysics
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Is the installation as simple as dropping the dll into the sourcemod\extensions folder?
Yes.

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Is this compatible with the current version of L4D2? It seems The Sacrifice update broke a lot of stuff.
It should work just fine.
Check the SM error logs and the output of 'sm exts list' and then 'sm exts info <??>' using the number for vphysics from list.
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Old 11-09-2010 , 13:08   Re: [PREVIEW] VPhysics
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Check the SM error logs
No errors or anything related to vphysics (or sdkhooks, gravitygunmod, etc)

output of 'sm exts list' and then 'sm exts info <??>' using the number for vphysics from list.
File: vphysics.ext.2.l4d2.dll
Loaded: Yes (version )
Name: VPhysics (Source VPhysics Tools)
Author: Asher Baker (asherkin) (http://limetech.org/)
Binary info: API version 5 (compiled )
Method Loaded by SourceMod, attached to Metamod:Source
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Old 12-27-2010 , 06:03   Re: VPhysics
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Updated.
  • Support for constraint groups.
  • Mac OS X build for the Source 2009 engine.
  • SetMaterialIndex and GetMaterialIndex.

EDIT: Follow up update to fix the new natives not being registered.
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Old 12-27-2010 , 11:58   Re: VPhysics
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Wait, SetMaterialIndex allow us to override a model material?
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Old 12-27-2010 , 14:26   Re: VPhysics
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Wait, SetMaterialIndex allow us to override a model material?
No, a VPhysics material, i.e. the surface properties of an object.
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Old 12-28-2010 , 15:17   Re: VPhysics
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No, a VPhysics material, i.e. the surface properties of an object.
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n3wton
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Old 01-14-2011 , 08:43   Re: VPhysics
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just wondering, in l4d2 does this freeze all players and common infected etc?

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Mitchell
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Old 02-01-2011 , 14:10   Re: VPhysics
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Question:
What does localtoworld (i have an idea of what it is) but how would you use it?
and this:
Code:
native Phys_SetMaterialIndex(entity, materialIndex);
native Phys_GetMaterialIndex(entity);
Edit:
http://developer.valvesoftware.com/w...ace_properties

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