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Car behavior
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Gamer
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2018-07-03 12:21:05

I have created car behavior but it's ugly! I have added 3rd person camera behavior and assigned car as a target. But it looks ugly. So please help me.


bob
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2018-07-03 13:13:57

post the ccb to check...


Gamer
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2018-07-05 13:36:57

Here it is:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RN_HOskoGanFkSHGn2OMk0IPqPX98NFp


Gamer
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2018-07-10 19:56:16

@bob You have asked me to post the ccb file to check
post the ccb to check...

I have done so. Now you are not answering me.
Why??

Ok alright then.. Someone else please help me with this...
Thanks for help in advance!


just_in_case
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2018-07-10 22:10:44

Let me have a look at this... And i will answer you shortly😇


just_in_case
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2018-07-11 08:55:18

I tried the sample file you provided above.... And i found it as it has to be...
I don't know what do you mean by "ugly" here....
Do u mean the handling or the graphics...

Let me assume you are reffereing ugly for the handling of car...
To make that car move more realistically.... You have to script something more advanced with physics movement or accelration and deaccelrarion... Or have to script complex behavior by yourself or hire someone to make one for you...

Coppercube inbuilt move with keyboard behavior is not ideal for the movement of vehicles...
Hope you understand!


Gamer
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2018-07-12 11:39:58

Can you give me the script please?


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