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Attaching sound to player

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Hey. I have question, if i attach sound to player i need destroy it?

By using attachElements or

attachElementToBone(aSound, source, 3, 0.19, -0.31, -0.1, 0, 270, -90)

 

Thanks for help anyway.

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You want to destroy an attached sound?

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You can also make the sound a child of a player.

setElementParent(sound, player)

 

This will auto destroy the sound when the player leaves the server.

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1 hour ago, Peti said:

You want to destroy an attached sound?

No, i want to know if i need to destroy sound. Attached sound have normal behaviour like sound which isn't attached to player? (loop = false)

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1 hour ago, majqq said:

No, i want to know if i need to destroy sound. Attached sound have normal behaviour like sound which isn't attached to player? (loop = false)

If it is not looped or streamed, then it will destroy itself when it ends.

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On 01/02/2019 at 17:23, IIYAMA said:

You can also make the sound a child of a player.


setElementParent(sound, player)

 

This will auto destroy the sound when the player leaves the server.

You sure about that?
On the wiki it says:

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This function does not change when an element will be destroyed - Elements are always destroyed when the resource that created them is stopped.

 

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39 minutes ago, Pirulax said:

You sure about that?
On the wiki it says:

 

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This function does not change when an element will be destroyed - Elements are always destroyed when the resource that created them is stopped.

That is about this:

 

1.

Resource 1

<resourceRoot></resourceRoot>

 

Resource 2

<resourceRoot></resourceRoot>

 

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2.

 

Resource 1

example = createElement("example", "example")
<resourceRoot>
	<example id="example"></example>
</resourceRoot>

 

Resource 2

<resourceRoot></resourceRoot>

 

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3.

Resource 1

<resourceRoot>
	<example id="example"></example>
</resourceRoot>

 

example = getElementByID("example")
setElementParent(example, resourceRoot)

New structure:

<resourceRoot></resourceRoot>

 

Resource 2

<resourceRoot>
	<example id="example"></example>
</resourceRoot>

 

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It looks now as if the element <example> has been transferred to another resource. But it didn't.
It is still part of resource 1. If you stop resource 1, then the <example> element will still be destroyed. < that comment it about his.
And the funny thing is, that <example>  will ALSO be destroyed when you stop resource 2

That poor example does not stand a chance! :microwave:

 

And this comment for some reason doesn't make sense, because I have never seen this happen.

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Note: When an element is destroyed, its parent becomes the new parent of its children.

 

 

 

 

 

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@majqq@Pirulax

I am terrible sorry. It seems like my information is partly incorrect.

 

I tested it:

  • It seems that it only will destroy children when you manually destroy an element. (It will only destroy it's children with destroyElement + propagation is enabled)
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    And the funny thing is, that <example>  will ALSO be destroyed when you stop resource 2

     

  • And changing the parent to player doesn't work.
     

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    setElementParent(sound, player)

     

 

 

Information that is still correct:

  • Sound elements do destroy them self after ending.

 

 

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6 hours ago, IIYAMA said:

@majqq@Pirulax

I am terrible sorry. It seems like my information is partly incorrect.

 

I tested it:

  • It seems that it only will destroy children when you manually destroy an element. (It will only destroy it's children with destroyElement + propagation is enabled)

     

  • And changing the parent to player doesn't work.
     

     

 

 

Information that is still correct:

  • Sound elements do destroy them self after ending.

 

 

 

What about your solution for this? 

 

Because i didn't test it/create it yet. Everything should be okay?

 

 

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13 minutes ago, majqq said:

 

What about your solution for this? 

 

Because i didn't test it/create it yet. Everything should be okay?

 

 

That should be fine, as long as the sound stays the child and not the parent.

 

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