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    How to tackle my new issue?

    Ok, I made a thread in the support section but I'm sort of done with that route on how I'm doing this...

    In the image below, this current system gives me a yaw offset that changes with each foundation it's placed upon. The offset is not constant, I find this odd. The number it's telling me is close to what the snap point rotation is set to, but I cannot think of why it's not explicitly that offset when placed.



    If this changing number is not avoidable, how do I best go about "checking" if the offset is close to or within one of four offset "ranges" that I can then apply scaling to dependent on if it meets the criteria?

    Also, how can I make sure the mesh will scale when placed, and not just during placement?

    Thanks.

    -WM
    Last edited by WoefulMacabre; 09-19-2015, 12:15 AM.
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    Ok, further testing has shown the direction I'm facing is changing the numbers... so... I have no idea what I've done, or what it's reading from.

    -WM
    Last edited by WoefulMacabre; 09-19-2015, 12:15 AM.
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      #3
      Hm, anybody have any ideas as to why the number it returns is affected by the direction the camera faces when placing?

      To clarify I know it's the view direction because I've tested with placing two walls that face the same direction, but I changed where I was standing and the direction I was facing when placing it.

      For example, facing the wall and placing it returned a rotation offset of roughly 0, but standing behind the wall and placing it returned an offset of about 90.

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