Joined: 22 Feb 2006, 01:02 Location: cheap kitchen
Usually Explode (piece) makes the piece fly of in some lame random direction. From void CUnitScript::Explode(int piece, int flags) 0.5f-gs->randFloat()) * 6.0f, 1.2f + gs->randFloat() * 5.0f, (0.5f - gs->randFloat()) * 6.0f
But the speed of the unit is also factored in and thus if you change unitspeed via MoveCtrl, you can basically direct what speed/direction the pieces fly:
function headExplodeTest () local speed = 100 local x,y,z=Spring.GetUnitPosition (unitID) --needed so unit does not bounce all over the place while (true) do for a = 1, 360, 10 do xs = math.sin (math.rad(a)) * speed zs = math.cos (math.rad(a)) * speed Spring.MoveCtrl.Enable (unitID) Spring.MoveCtrl.SetPhysics (unitID, x,y,z, xs, 0, zs, 0, 0, 0) Explode (head, SFX.FALL) --Spring.MoveCtrl.Disable (unitID) --doesnt seem to work Sleep (100) end end end
Problem is, changing unit speed makes it go into that direction because physics. So atm I only got it to work with unmobile units, but eg for death animations it should be ok with mobile units. (dead units dont move unless journeywar) Also works with SHATTER btw, the shards fly off in the same direction.
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