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Cancel DelayedCallbackEvent?

  • Hey lisichka ggg

    If i understand you right this my help.

    2 seconds delay if user switches to front camera :

    ( The response type and the action is up on to what you want to do )


    If user switches within 2 seconds to Back camera :

    Hopefully this works for you, as i dont know what event you are doing. In this case i just did it with an Screen Image.




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  • SirQu3ntin
    I've tried this script. 
    What will happen if I front event fire and user switches to back camera? And I would like to use not pre made script for this task.


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  • Ok nice for me its easier to work with the behaviour script. But if you prefer not pre made script than someone else has of this community has an solution with custom script.

    Happy Creating!


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  • lisichka ggg I tried putting the following code into a script and set the script to fire when "Switch to Front Camera" in the inspector and the event would be interrupted if I switched between cameras before the two seconds were up. Is this what you are trying to achieve?

    var delayedEvent = script.createEvent("DelayedCallbackEvent");
    print("delay is over");

    //set event to occur after 2 second delay


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  • Martin Sanchez

    Yes I use the same stuff. But, what will happen if during 2 sec user will switch back to rear camera? Delayed calback will still fire! This is the thing I want avoid.

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  • you can change the it from video to a picture by clicking  "person 1 " at the top. At least thats how it works for Windows link. Should be hopefully the same for mac. Otherwise youo can just upload your own preview.

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