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[Networked] not changed

Berlios1
2022-07-20 04:33:10

Hello! I'm not very strong in programming and I ask you to help me! And I use Google Translate to communicate. I can’t understand why my variable does not change. I have skills on Scriptblobj, and I try to assign the player "int" with the number of this card, so that then contact it. Having received a value, the server immediately replaces it, but if I connect to it, then I get the meaning, but I can’t change it. More precisely, it changes a couple of frames, judging by the log, but then again becomes the original

[Networked] public int skill1_element {get; set; } = -1;

Public Void Addskill (Int skill_int) // I call this function from another script

{

if (skill1_element == -1)

{

skill1_element = skill_int; // Here I try to assign this value Return;

}

}

Please tell me how to implement correctly. Fusion 105 read, but I can't understand how it works

Comments

OdoVR
2022-07-21 02:04:13

Hi @Berlios1

You may need to add a condition ensure your local Networked Object has input (or state?) authority before getting / setting the networked property.

eg...

[Networked] public int skill1_element { get; set; } = -1;

public override void FixedUpdateNetwork()

{

if (Object.HasInputAuthority)

{

Addskill(1);

}

}

public void Addskill(int skill_int) // I call this function from another script

{

if (skill1_element == -1)

{

skill1_element = skill_int; // Here I try to assign this value Return;

}

}

Hope this helps...

Berlios1
2022-07-21 03:03:23

OdoVR 2022-07-21T02:04:13+00:00

Hi @Berlios1

You may need to add a condition ensure your local Networked Object has input (or state?) authority before getting / setting the networked property.

eg...

[Networked] public int skill1_element { get; set; } = -1;

    public override void FixedUpdateNetwork()

    {

      if (Object.HasInputAuthority)

      {

        Addskill(1);

      }

    }

          

    public void Addskill(int skill_int) // I call this function from another script

    {

      if (skill1_element == -1)

      {

        skill1_element = skill_int; // Here I try to assign this value Return;

      }

    }

Hope this helps...

OdoVR
2022-07-21 05:24:32

@Berlios1 , I don't think you have to specifically use FixedUpdateNetwork(), I just placed that there as an example.

I'm pretty sure that you do have to handle both the writing (set) and reading (get) of the [Networked] property, similar to how you would Write / Read an OnSerializeView() stream in Photon (essentially, do I own the network object = write, if someone else owns it = read)

Please note I'm fairly new to Fusion also (coming from a PUN2 background) so my logic may not be completely correct. I'm just mirroring how I've used the [Networked] properties in my app.

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