[NOT A BUG. SOLVED] Multiplayer bug with Platform Behavior

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Post » Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:59 am

Edit: As said in the multiplayer tutorial:
Note that the Peer object's 8 direction behavior has Default controls set to No. This means none of the objects will be controllable, except where we use Simulate control. This is necessary to avoid the behavior trying to control all the peers in the game, where it would conflict with what Sync object is trying to do.


So changing that in Platform Behavior MP works properly.

My apologies.
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Thanks in advance.

Problem Description
Using the platform behavior in multiplayer makes all the peers being asigned to host.
When you move the player in the host, host and peers players moves.
Each peer can still move is onw player, but this make the other players (host and other peers) shake.

Attach a Capx
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/z0n1zwj5782momd/AAATIo7JhWiWBi0qnLYnCjwqa?dl=0
Here published in Bitballoon: http://mp-platform-bug.bitballoon.com/

Description of Capx
Multiplayer template modified as follows:
1. Added a soil (sprite with solid behavior)
2. Added "Platform" behavior to "peer" object.
3. In Game Events changed "8 directions - Simulate control" to "Platform - Simulate control" (Bookmarked)
4. Disable "8Directions - Simulate controls" and down movements. (I've also tried eliminating "8Directions" behavior and actions).

Steps to Reproduce Bug

  • Run the game and start as host.
  • Open another tab and join as peer
  • Move the players

Observed Result
As in problem description.

Expected Result
Independent movement.

Affected Browsers
  • Chrome: (YES)
  • FireFox: (YES)
  • Internet Explorer: (unknow)

Operating System and Service Pack
Windows 7 Home Premium SP1

Construct 2 Version ID
R195 (32-bit)
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