Solved Get block infront player?

Discussion in 'Development' started by iCirgio, Mar 10, 2019.

  1. iCirgio

    iCirgio Witch

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    How do I get the block infront where the player is facing?
     
  2. KielKing

    KielKing Zombie

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    do you mean get the block where the player's crosshair is looking or just the block in front if the player's direction
     
  3. iCirgio

    iCirgio Witch

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    Block infront players direction
     
  4. Levi

    Levi Skeleton

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    What corsair? What if they don't have split touch enabled?
     
  5. KielKing

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    if they don't have split touch enabled on mobile, if you want to know where the crosshair is, it will still be the center of their screen
     
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  6. KielKing

    KielKing Zombie

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    I think adding $player->getDirectionVector() to the player's position would work
     
  7. Muqsit

    Muqsit Chicken Verified

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    You can use
    PHP:
    $player->getTargetBlock($distance);
    That accounts for player's direction vector (aka crosshair).
     
  8. KielKing

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  9. Muqsit

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  10. KielKing

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    he said he doesn't want to get the block the player's crosshair is looking at
     
  11. GamakCZ

    GamakCZ Zombie

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    use Player->getDirection();

    Code:
    0: 'x+'
    1: 'z+'
    2: 'x-'
    3: 'z-'
    
    PHP:
    /** @var Vector3 $vec */
    $vec null;
    /** @var Player $player */
    switch($player->getDirection()) {
        case 
    0:
            
    $vec $player->add(1);
            break;
        case 
    1:
            
    $vec $player->add(001);
            break;
        case 
    2:
            
    $vec $player->subtract(1);
            break;
        case 
    3:
            
    $vec $player->subtract(001);
    }
     

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