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==Syntax==
 
==Syntax==
 
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Latest revision as of 14:19, 16 February 2019

This function gets the position of the camera and the position of the point it is facing.


[[{{{image}}}|link=]] Important Note: Server-side this functions returns false or the latest value set via setCameraMatrix (called from server or client).

Syntax

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Server
float float float float float float float float getCameraMatrix ( player thePlayer )

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Method: player:getCameraMatrix(...)
Variable: .cameraMatrix
Counterpart: setCameraMatrix

Required Arguments

  • thePlayer: The player whose camera matrix is to be returned.
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Client
float float float float float float float float getCameraMatrix ()

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Method: Camera.getMatrix(...)
Variable: .matrix
Counterpart: setCameraMatrix

Returns

This function returns 8 floats if the argument is valid (when applicable); the first three indicate the position of the camera, the next three indicate the position of the point it's facing, and the last two are the roll and field of view. Returns false if the argument is invalid.

Example

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Client
local x, y, z, lx, ly, lz = getCameraMatrix ()
x, lx = x + 1, lx + 1

setCameraMatrix (x, y, z, lx, ly, lz)

See Also