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FPSC Classic Scripts / Motion Tracker Script?

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incense
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Posted: 26th Feb 2006 15:39
Does someone still have the Beta or EA versions of FPSC. If so would you please check the script bank, and see if there is a script for the motion tracker? If there is could you please post it for DL?

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Les Horribres
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Posted: 27th Feb 2006 06:17
The motion tracker is hardbuilt, there is no script.
Davy B
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Posted: 28th Feb 2006 01:17
So there is no script in the beta version, and creating one would take months or a year.

By the way who is DL incense?
Les Horribres
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Posted: 28th Feb 2006 15:05
hardly a month, and hardly a year. I made one in 10 min, buggy, probally doesn't work, but a very good concept.

All you need is to add the command dot
also, add the script fragment

:plrdistwithin=150:dot


dot would look something like

put this in the first line of code
load image files\dot.jpg,300

put this somewhere and add the conword and AIACTDOT = somewhere
case AIACTDOT:
locx=screen width()-(entityelement(e).x*10)/screen width();
locy=screen height()-(entityelement(e).z*10)/screen height();
paste image 300, locx, locy
endcase


problem is that the dot will be jumpy, I don't want to load more images, and there probally is a better way to write the dot.
incense
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Posted: 3rd Mar 2006 07:46
DL stands for download.

Thanks for the info.

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