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  • disabling rending with script


    dirtrider478
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    I understand that there is getClient.SetRenderingDisabled(boolean b)

    but what is the proper way to use it in a script cause I keep getting problems when pasting it in my script. Any examples would be helpful. Also what is suppose to go inside ()

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    getClient().SetRenderingDisabled(true) // will disable rendering

    getClient().SetRenderingDisabled(false) // will enable rendering

    These may be the wrong way round but I think this is correct :)

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    20 minutes ago, Stoned said:

    getClient.SetRenderingDisabled(true) // will disable rendering

    getClient.SetRenderingDisabled(false) // will enable rendering

    These may be the wrong way round but I think this is correct :)

    Its saying getClient can be resolved, pasting it as getClient.SetRenderingDisabled(true);

     

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    3 hours ago, dirtrider478 said:

    Its saying getClient can be resolved, pasting it as getClient.SetRenderingDisabled(true);

     

    oops, forgot the () on the "getClient". That's what too much db3 does to a man :( Glad you got it working :)

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