Moving objects in the Y direction with the World Object Controller script

  • Hi, JAK!

    Moving finger up and down controls forward-backward movement by default. If you wan't it to control up and down instead please look at this post.

    Quick Idea - create an empty object, rotate it -90 by z

    Make object with Manipulate component a child of it

    Set next via script: 

    // @input Component.ManipulateComponent manipulateComponent
    script.manipulateComponent.minDistance = -9999

    Let me know if this helps!

    Or if you want to control all axes at the same time I will invent something :)

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  • Thanks Olha! 

    When i try to visit your link i'm getting a 404 Not Found :*(

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  • Sorry for that!

    This should work 

    Or this

     

    Best

    Olha

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