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Dark GDK .NET / Looking around with mouse

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VB and GDK
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Posted: 18th Jul 2009 02:42
I am tring to use the mouse to look around but it doesnt seem to work i have this:

Camera.DefaultCamera.RotateCurrent(DarkGDK.IO.Mouse.X, DarkGDK.IO.Mouse.Z, DarkGDK.IO.Mouse.Z)

I wont work, is there a way.
veltro
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Posted: 30th Jul 2009 03:59
Quote: "Camera.DefaultCamera.RotateCurrent(DarkGDK.IO.Mouse.X, DarkGDK.IO.Mouse.Z, DarkGDK.IO.Mouse.Z)"


maybe
Camera.DefaultCamera.RotateCurrent(DarkGDK.IO.Mouse.X, DarkGDK.IO.Mouse.Y, DarkGDK.IO.Mouse.Z)
AndrewT
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Posted: 31st Jul 2009 01:03
You do know that the Z component of the mouse position is the position of the scroll wheel, right?

I don't have DGDK.NET, but here's how I do it in DBP:



Probably shouldn't be hard to convert.

i like orange
VB and GDK
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Posted: 7th Oct 2009 08:17
I still havnt had any luck. has anyone done it before
Chess
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Posted: 9th Oct 2009 15:31 Edited at: 9th Oct 2009 15:51
Probably not the best way to do it, but it works:

Declare these variables:


in your mouseDown event:


in your mouseUp event:


then in the loop:



Another way to do it:
VB and GDK
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Posted: 18th Oct 2009 03:19
I havnt tried yet but thanks any way

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