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|0000123||Obsidian Conflict||[All Projects] Feature-Request||public||07.04.2012 00:20||17.04.2012 15:30|
|Projection||minor fix||ETA||< 1 day|
|Product Version||0.1.3.5||Product Build|
|Target Version||0.1.3.6||Fixed in Version||0.1.3.6|
|Summary||0000123: An entity to check for playercounts in multiple areas|
|Description||Working name: logic_area_compare|
The entity should be able to check playercounts in multiple defined areas enclosed with trigger_multiple and fire outputs depending on which area has the most players.
Area(01-16): names of the trigger_multiple areas to check for player counts, should have a keyvalue for each area, similar to logic_case.
Multipleaction: What to do in case multiple areas share the highest amount of players, should be:
-Pick one of the highest areas randomly and fire output "OnArea#" for whatever area got randomly picked.
-Fire "OnFindMultiple" output.
Compare: Check all specified triggers and fire "OnArea#" output for area with most players.
OnArea(01-16): This output gets fired after the entity received the "Compare" input and determined which area has the most players. Should have one output for each area, so if area 8 has the most players, it will fire the "OnArea08" output.
OnFailed: fired when no players were detected in any of the defined areas.
OnFindMultiple: fired when multiple areas share the most players and "Multipleaction" keyvalue is set to fire this output.
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Is 'OnFindMultiple' a standard event, or does it include the indices of the triggers (I'd have to experiment a little to find the best way to do this first, though)?
Also, would another option to fire the 'OnArea#' outputs for all the triggers involved instead of 'OnFindMultiple' for 'multipleaction' be useful (i.e. fire both/multiple)?
|"OnFindMultiple" doesn't exist yet I'm sure, And yeah, to fire outputs for all areas sounds useful, didn't think about that.|
|Well, I meant if the 'OnFindMultiple' output is a normal event similar to the ones commonly found on other entities (such as 'OnStartTouch' for trigger_* entities) or the form that includes a value (such as 'OnGetValue' for math_counter).|
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