Discuss modding questions and implementation details.
I can see a lot of uses for something like this outside of inns. Sleeping in houses for instance. Is the house abandoned or are the occupants just away? Is there a chance you may get caught? This opens more doors to more possibilities to evade the law. You could create mods that allow you to sleep certain places under certain circumstances; say the thieves guild upon reaching a certain level. It always bothered me that you couldn't sleep in a secluded spot where the guards would not see you.
I have no problems with how its implemented, and I like the idea of being able to add custom activation callbacks. Will happily merge this one.Hazelnut wrote: ↑Sun Dec 09, 2018 12:17 amSo tonight I gave this a try. Thought I would see how allowing custom methods to be registered in PlayerActivate would work. See PR #1075 for the core codebase changes, and https://github.com/ajrb/dfunity-mods/tr ... layRealism for the mod code that uses it.
Would like feedback on this approach which matches the GameObject name (everywhere is calling same method to generate it to ensure consistency) and calls the delegate method registered. This is different from the existing way of adding a component to the GO when laying out the models, and has the advantage of not needing the different model layout code (interiors & dungeons) to both allow action registration. Instead it's registered and checking in the PlayerActivate class.
Not entirely sure this advantage is worth diverging from existing process, but thought I would give it a shot and see what others thought.
Pango, Interkarma - thoughts? Should I switch this to registering MonoBehaviour components to be added to the model GO or do you think this is a better way for mods to register custom model actions?
Cool, I'm glad because I took a stab at changing it and it actually it turned to be quite awkward code in comparison.
Other objects that are currently just a bunch of pixels are shelves in dungeons, but I'm not sure what they should contain (and so did original devs it seems )
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