Well, I known it since 1.5 beta.
More accurately, it can be traced, just in actor layer only.
And I made it clear in another thread the physics are all actor thing.
No matter is can be tracked in logic layer though, I still have multiple ways to use cameras to trace them. Just like what I did in this video.
GAx3 - An A extremely powerful Mod to amplify the capability of StarCraft II Editor!
Really? Awesome will read up on that tomorrow, I might make a Ragdoll Soccer :P
my maps will always be Free. and Available to the public at the earliest possible date.
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AhA! Ive been whining about introducing a weblink system to ingame content. Perhaps the blizzard folks listened! Have anyone tried it out? Is it possible to start up games from lets say youtube?
Tons of excellent improvements
New Mouse coord system
In 2.0.1, the size of full SC2 game screen is always considered to be 1600x1200 in mouse coord system, not matter what the current resolution ratio is.
What is this?! Sounds awful.
ooo, thats nice. It means for mapping we have a constant size that we can mount dialogs too. Previously everything was scaled by like a percentage or ratio to match but now it will consider whatever resolution and ratio your in to be the same for every computer ie every computer screen will act the same without weird stretching or squishing.
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That is actually one thing it does not mean.
"Note, the mouse coord system is different the UI Layout/Dialog coord system (Which would affected by your ratio)."
To me it sounds like the mouse coord system will behave weirdly and interacting with it could yield distorted results whenever you're not on a 4:3 resolution
I used to use 2d mouse coordinates to fake 3d world coordinates in some bastardized workaround for some things for some reason, maybe that's not even necessary anymore, but it used to be the only way to do what I was trying to achieve. Now it seems that system will be completely broken and unreliable. I would rather personally compensate for differences in aspect ratio and have complete control over it, knowing things would consistently make sense for the user, than take dirty shortcuts and work with a resolution that doesn't accurately represent the user's display.
Meh. My issue with this is not easy to explain I guess, but I do not like the idea of a 1600x1200 grid trying to account for a 1920x1080 display. If it was previously just a 1:1 ratio, maybe it wasn't, I don't know how it was set up before. I could just be making a big fuss about nothing. :P
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