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Why is it not possible to transition downward for the second time despite the fact that axis is functioning?

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Damaplus

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About Axis Event
« on: October 13, 2018, 08:44:58 PM »
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Hi
Why is it not possible to transition downward for the second time despite the fact that axis is functioning?
Help me.....

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using UnityEngine;

namespace HutongGames.PlayMaker.Actions
{
   [ActionCategory(ActionCategory.Input)]
   [Tooltip("Sends events based on the direction of Input Axis (Left/Right/Up/Down...). Also sends intermedidate directions ( left-Right). Expose an option to only send event when direction changed.")]
   public class AxisEventExtended : FsmStateAction
   {
      [Tooltip("Horizontal axis as defined in the Input Manager")]
      public FsmString horizontalAxis;
     
      [Tooltip("Vertical axis as defined in the Input Manager")]
      public FsmString verticalAxis;

        [Tooltip("Set a tolerance when the event should trigger (deadzone) This must be a value between 0 and 1")]
        public FsmFloat tolerance;

        [UIHint(UIHint.Variable)]
      [Tooltip("The direction angle. Range from -180 to 180, 0 being full up")]
      public FsmFloat storeAngle;
     
      [Tooltip("Event to send if input is to the left.")]
      public FsmEvent leftEvent;
     
      [Tooltip("Event to send if input is to the right.")]
      public FsmEvent rightEvent;
     
      [Tooltip("Event to send if input is to the up.")]
      public FsmEvent upEvent;
     
      [Tooltip("Event to send if input is to the down.")]
      public FsmEvent downEvent;
     
      [Tooltip("Event to send if input is to the up left.")]
      public FsmEvent upLeftEvent;
     
      [Tooltip("Event to send if input is to the up right.")]
      public FsmEvent upRightEvent;
     
      [Tooltip("Event to send if input is to the down left.")]
      public FsmEvent downLeftEvent;
     
      [Tooltip("Event to send if input is to the down right.")]
      public FsmEvent downRightEvent;
     
      [Tooltip("Event to send if no axis input (centered).")]
      public FsmEvent noDirection;
     
      [Tooltip("Only send events when direction changes")]
      public bool discreteEvents;
         
      private int currentDirection =-2;
        private float x;
        private float y;

        public override void Reset()
      {
         horizontalAxis = "Horizontal";
         verticalAxis = "Vertical";
         leftEvent = null;
         rightEvent = null;
         upEvent = null;
         downEvent = null;
         upLeftEvent = null;
         upRightEvent = null;
         downLeftEvent = null;
         downRightEvent = null;
         noDirection = null;
         discreteEvents = true;
            tolerance = 0;
        }
     
      public override void OnEnter()
      {
         currentDirection = GetCurrentDirection();
      }
     
      public override void OnUpdate()
      {
         int direction = GetCurrentDirection();
         
         if (currentDirection==direction && discreteEvents)
         {
            return;   
         }
         
         
         if (direction<0 && noDirection != null)
         {
            Fsm.Event(noDirection);
         }
         // send events bases on direction
         
         if (direction == 0 && rightEvent != null && x >= tolerance.Value)
         {
            Fsm.Event(rightEvent);
            //Debug.Log("Right");
         }
         else if (direction == 1 && upRightEvent != null && x >= tolerance.Value && y >= tolerance.Value)
         {
            Fsm.Event(upRightEvent);
            //Debug.Log("UpRight");
         }
         else if (direction == 2 && upEvent != null && y >= tolerance.Value)
         {
            Fsm.Event(upEvent);
            //Debug.Log("Up");
         }         
         else if (direction == 3 && upLeftEvent != null && y >= tolerance.Value && x <= tolerance.Value * -1)
         {
            Fsm.Event(upLeftEvent);
            //Debug.Log("upLeftEvent");
         }
            else if (direction == 4 && leftEvent != null && x <= tolerance.Value * -1)
         {
            Fsm.Event(leftEvent);
            //Debug.Log("LeftEvent");
         }
            else if (direction == 5 && downLeftEvent != null && y <= tolerance.Value * -1 && x <= tolerance.Value * -1)
         {
            Fsm.Event(downLeftEvent);
            //Debug.Log("downLeftEvent");
         }
            else if (direction == 6 && downEvent != null && y <= tolerance.Value * -1)
         {
            Fsm.Event(downEvent);
            //Debug.Log("downEvent");
         }
            else if (direction == 7 && downRightEvent != null && y <= tolerance.Value * -1 && x >= tolerance.Value)
         {
            Fsm.Event(downRightEvent);
            //Debug.Log("downRightEvent");
         }
      }
     
      private int GetCurrentDirection()
      {
         x = horizontalAxis.Value != "" ? Input.GetAxis(horizontalAxis.Value) : 0;
         y = verticalAxis.Value != "" ? Input.GetAxis(verticalAxis.Value) : 0;
         
         // get squared offset from center
         
         var offset = (x * x) + (y * y);
         
         // no offset?
         
         if (offset.Equals(0))
         {
            if (!storeAngle.IsNone)
            {
               storeAngle.Value = 0;
            }
            return -1;
         }

         float rawAngle = (Mathf.Atan2(y, x) * Mathf.Rad2Deg);
         if (! storeAngle.IsNone)
         {
            storeAngle.Value = rawAngle;
         }
         
         var angle = rawAngle + 22.5f;
         if (angle < 0f)
         {
            angle += 360f;
         }
         
         return (int)(angle / 45);
      }
   }
}


djaydino

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Re: About Axis Event
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2018, 03:03:58 AM »
Hi.
If you have axis events in all the states it will move down (passing all the states) to state 4 in a single frame.

Can you show what else is in the state and maybe explain what you are trying to achieve :)