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Post by mrcreations » Fri Jul 06, 2018 3:47 pm

How can I return to the normal player view without having to go around all the players?
I have tried the command "behindview0 - 1" but it doesn't allow to return intantaneously to the "own camera" as i would.
How i can do?

thanks in advance

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Re: normal viewing

Post by Feralidragon » Fri Jul 06, 2018 9:41 pm

You have 2 ways of doing it.

If you have keybinds to each one of your teammates specifically, then if you go to view that teammate, you can just use the same key to go back immediately to your own view.

However, if not, there's a console command indeed: ViewSelf (or just viewself). :)

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Re: normal viewing

Post by Chamberly » Sun Jul 08, 2018 6:48 am

Feralidragon wrote:You have 2 ways of doing it.

If you have keybinds to each one of your teammates specifically, then if you go to view that teammate, you can just use the same key to go back immediately to your own view.

However, if not, there's a console command indeed: ViewSelf (or just viewself). :)
If the teammate is using said player ID #, right? Or is there a no # method?
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Re: normal viewing

Post by Feralidragon » Tue Jul 10, 2018 12:42 pm

Whenever you keybind to see specific teammates, the command it actually binds is: ViewPlayerNum <number> .
But you also have ViewPlayer <name>, so you can do the same, but by player name instead.

Also, I don't know all these out of the top of my head, I am just interpreting the source code itself of the PlayerPawn class:
http://uncodex.ut-files.com/UT/v436/Sou ... rpawn.html
this is just so you guys know where to look at (if you know a bit of UScript).

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