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  • Interacting with GameObjects without moving the camera?


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    Is there a way to disable the client moving the camera around during the interact method of GameObject? Every time it interacts with the object it randomly moves the camera and I don't want that.


    I'm assuming this was added to the client in order to try and randomise mouse movements more but it's not needed if interacting with a stationary object 5 times in a row and it keeps swinging the screen randomly.

    Edited by zee_best
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    It should only rotate camera if it's off screen.

    But you can make your own interaction event


    GameObject go = getGameObjects().closest(stuff);
    EntityDestination ed = new EntityDestination(getClient(), go);
    InteractionEvent ie = new InteractionEvent(ed);
    ie.interact(action, InteractionSetting.EMPTY);


    or something like that, tbh been a while since I've looked at it.

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    ^What Nezz said.


    Here's a method I made in a script that manually handled camera movments. Feel free to use it if you'd like

    boolean customInteract(String action, Entity name) {
            EntityDestination ed = new EntityDestination(getClient(), name);
            InteractionEvent ie = new InteractionEvent(ed);
            if (ie.interact(action, InteractionSetting.MOVE))
                return true;
            return false;
    Example usage: customInteract("Chop", tree); //tree is a predefined tree object
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