I am working on a GUI where you can spawn vehicles, I am trying to make it so that when you spawn a vehicle you get teleported to it, the whole thing works, the vehicle spawns, the player gets teleported but here’s the problem. I have several places for a vehicle to get spawned, There are 4 for each type of vehicle, I added “sensors” which use Touch and TouchEnded to see if a vehicle is touching the sensor, which would then change a value. The problem is the sensors don’t detect the vehicle sometimes which makes it really unreliable. If anyone could help please do. Below is the script for the sensors.
script.Parent.SensorVal.Value = true
script.Parent.SensorVal.Value = false
This is only one of them but basically how all of them are
Probably not related to the OP but
TouchEnded can work in a lot of wonky & unreliable results, as it’ll fire every time in addition with the
Touched event as well, I’d recommend using
Magnitude instead for getting a portion of the world region (Or area) to set the
I don’t see how I would make use of the distance between the part and the vehicle for a sensor, although why would I use Region3 for this?
Detection via touch is a really outdated method, I suggest you check out the new Prompt Feature.
yes a part can enable a prompt and has the ability to use a keyboard
Region3 can be used to obtain a 3d region provided you have
You can calculate given both of these values using the
workspace:FindPartsInRegion3 function & check if the Vehicle is touching the part or not
If it is, set its
SensorValue.Value to true
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