XML:BINA/OBJC/TRIG

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TRIG : Trigger spawn list
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general information

  • The xml code on this page was tested with onisplit v0.9.94.0
  • BINACJBOTrigger.oni is level specific. (It can be found in AE/AEInstaller/vanilla/levelX_Final.dat)

BSL support

command description example
marketing_line_off turns the laser line off marketing_line_off = 1
trig_activate trigger_id:int activates a trigger trig_activate 2
trig_deactivate trigger_id:int deactivates a trigger trig_deactivate 2
trig_hide trigger_id:int hides a trigger, disables also laser trig_hide 91
trig_show trigger_id:int shows a trigger trig_show 91
trig_speed trigger_id:int volume:float sets a triggers speed trig_speed 514 .15
trig_reset trigger_id:int resets a trigger to non-triggered state trig_reset 91


file structure

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Oni>
   <Objects>
       [...]
   </Objects>
</Oni>

[...] means at least one trigger. Paste all trigger data into there (this includes <TRIG Id="..."> and </TRIG> tag).

example

XML TRIG trigger modded.jpg
       <TRIG Id="8136">
           <Header>
               <Flags></Flags>
               <Position>-445 68 -1362</Position>
               <Rotation>270 8.65141646E-06 180.000015</Rotation>
           </Header>
           <OSD>
               <Class>trigger_long</Class>
               <TriggerId>1</TriggerId>
               <Flags>44</Flags>
               <LaserColor>0 0 255</LaserColor>
               <StartPosition>0</StartPosition>
               <Speed>0</Speed>
               <EmitterCount>3</EmitterCount>
               <Offset_0075>0</Offset_0075>
               <Offset_0077>0</Offset_0077>
               <Events>
                   <Script Function="calling_this_BSL_function" />
                   <ActivateTurret TargetId="1" />
                   <DeactivateTurret TargetId="2" />
                   <ActivateConsole TargetId="3" />
                   <DeactivateConsole TargetId="4" />
                   <ActivateAlarm TargetId="5" />
                   <DeactivateAlaram TargetId="6" />
                   <ActivateTrigger TargetId="7" />
                   <DeactivateTrigger TargetId="8" />
                   <LockDoor TargetId="9" />
                   <UnlockDoor TargetId="10" />
               </Events>
           </OSD>
       </TRIG>

tags

tag type description
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> float, flag Don't change this.
<Oni> -
<TRIG Id="..."> integer You can also use <TRIG> without the id parameter.
<Header> -
<Flags> flag Used in the past.
<Position> float x3 trigger is spawned at this xyz-position
<Rotation> float x3 trigger has this xyz-rotation (in degrees)
<OSD> -
<Class> char[63] TRIGfile.oni

This is a link to TRIG (trigger class), which holds the M3GM of the rail and links to TREG (laser emitter class) and OBAN (animation of the emitters)).

original classes:

trigger_arc
trigger_circle
trigger_evilbrain
trigger_long
trigger_long4x
trigger_long4xzag
trigger_rectangle
trigger_sb3A
trigger_sb3B
trigger_short
<TriggerId> int16 Used by BSL commands. Is it possible to use the same id for different triggers?
<Flags> flags
InitialActive
ReverseAnim
PingPong
<LaserColor> color R G B range, e.g. <LaserColor>255 0 77</LaserColor>
<StartPosition> float start position of the trigger in the rail; range from 0 (bottom) to 1 (top) in connection to the spawn point of the trigger (spawn point = bottom)
<Speed> float This is one for two multiplier. The second multiplier can be accessed via BSL command trig_speed id speed.

total_speed = OBAN_speed * multiplier_in_file * multiplier_BSL

So if one of the multiplier is set to 0, the trigger will stop moving.

<EmitterCount> int16 Number of emitter to spawn on the rail?
<TimeOn> int16 laser is emitting its beam for X frames
<TimeOff> int16 laser is not emitting its beam for X frames
<Events> - in16 array. You can use multiple events.
<Script Function="call_this_BSL_function" /> char[32] Name of BSL function. For example if you use "call_this_BSL_function" here then write in BSL file:
func call_this_BSL_function
{
     dmsg "hi"
}
<ActivateTurret TargetId="Id" /> int16
<DeactivateTurret TargetId="Id" /> int16
<ActivateConsole TargetId="Id" /> int16
<DeactivateConsole TargetId="Id" /> int16
<ActivateAlarm TargetId="Id" /> int16
<DeactivateAlaram TargetId="Id" /> int16
<ActivateTrigger TargetId="Id" /> int16
<DeactivateTrigger TargetId="Id" /> int16
<LockDoor TargetId="Id" /> int16
<UnlockDoor TargetId="Id" /> int16


laser movements

The hardest part in setting up triggers was pointing them in the correct direction. After much testing here are the Rotation numbers for each direction. - EdT

Triggerface0.jpg


Laser Direction 0
<Rotation>0 90 0</Rotation> Moves left of position
<Rotation>180 90 0</Rotation> Moves right of position
<Rotation>270 90 0</Rotation>Moves above position
<Rotation>90 90 0</Rotation> Moves below position


Laser Direction 90
<Rotation>0 180 0</Rotation> Moves left of position
<Rotation>180 180 0</Rotation> Moves right of position
<Rotation>270 180 0</Rotation>Moves above position
<Rotation>90 180 0</Rotation> Moves below position


Laser Direction 180
<Rotation>0 270 0</Rotation> Moves left of position
<Rotation>180 270 0</Rotation> Moves right of position
<Rotation>270 270 0</Rotation>Moves above position
<Rotation>90 270 0</Rotation> Moves below position


Laser Direction 270
<Rotation>0 0 0</Rotation> Moves left of position
<Rotation>180 0 0</Rotation> Moves right of position
<Rotation>270 0 0</Rotation>Moves above position
<Rotation>90 0 0</Rotation> Moves below position