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# Where Can I Learn CFrame?

I dont really know what CFrame is. I know how to script and all. But I never got to learn CFrame. Any links to CFrame and stuff?

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Shawnyg 4330
10 years ago

Check out the Wiki.

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Why would someone rate me down on this? Shawnyg 4330 — 10y
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coordinate frame

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Hexcede 52
9 years ago

I will teach it to you! CFrame is fun once you know it! Multiplying CFrames like this:

part.CFrame = part.CFrame * CFrame.new(0.2, 0, 0) -- Moves part 0.2 studs forwards


moves it around. change it like this:

part.CFrame = part.CFrame * CFrame.new(-0.2, 0, 0) -- Moves part 0.2 studs backwards


and it goes backwards.

part.CFrame = part.CFrame * CFrame.new(0, 0.2, 0) -- Moves part 0.2 studs up


up...

part.CFrame = part.CFrame * CFrame.new(0, -0.2, 0) -- Moves part 0.2 studs down


down! It works like position but has rotation too! You can set lookvector like this:

part.CFrame = CFrame.new(part.Position, part.Position + lookVector) -- Try using the method of getting lookVector by using part.CFrame.lookVector. You can do this for any CFrame. You can get the lookVector of another part and replace lookVector with it and the part will look the same way! You can even set the cframe of a part to CFrame.new(posV3, secondPosV3) and the posV3 is the position  but the part looks at secondPosV3!


Cool huh? It's really useful too!

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nice User#11440 120 — 7y
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you Can use While Wait() Do ---------CFrame end WindowMall 54 — 6y