Discussion in 'How Can I...?' started by Pleplak, Jan 16, 2020.
How to make button that takes you to the next scene? (I have only one world)
You can check "Progression" template for that.
Level Selector node is connected with finish object, end of the screen. "Completed" UI pops up, and pressing button (with restart function), takes you to next scene.
Thank you very much for your answer. I'll check it.
Great idea, @Hanomax. Any idea how they were able to add the 'Finish' output to the 3D World node? I've been searching for a couple hours, but still stumped.
The Finish output, or Next Level output is done by your Level Selector.
You have a If Collide node within your Character sensing when it hits object FINISH, the If Collide output feeds your Level Selector NEXT, and it also feeds an Event Observer MENU JUMP.
Take a look at the Character in the Progression Template and you will see what I am talking about.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for those details, @Codifie. Now I know what to look for.
Ahhh, I didn't even think to look in the Character's Node Map. I see what you're talking about, now.
Thanks for the lesson, @Codifie and @Hanomax!!
Awesome! Glad you got it!
Hey @Codifie, I've been tinkering with it for a few days and still can't get it to cooperate. It just reloads the same scene and my frame rate plummets.
I've tried attaching the IfCollide/LevelSelector/MenuJump to a character and to an object it touches at the end, but neither gave me any love. Any ideas what I may be doing wrong?
Here's a screenshot of the Mind Map setup...
PS – For more testing, I installed a progress bar. After finishing Start/Scene 1, it says Scene 2 --> 3, but still shows Scene 1. Maybe it's loading both scenes and that's what is killing my frame rate?
You are super close. Did you add a Nav button in your Success UI, making the Nav button function Restart?
If you did, please feel free to post your .bbdoc or DM me a link and I will gladly get it straightened out for you.
Great, now I can't figure out how to send a DM in here. Lolol
I'll send you an email via your website contact form. Thanks again!!
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Thank you so much for all your help, @Codifie. You. Da. Man.
You are very welcome!
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