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# A (Probably Simple) Mathematic Question

 0 Hello everyone! I got a question. Though I prefer to explain it with a picture, which already shows what I aim to do! Here is the story. There is a tree. And there is a player. The tree got a face, which is looking at where the arrow is pointing. Same goes for the player. What I need is, the words in white boxes. Basically I need the tree be able to figure out where he player is compared to where itself is staring at. In the picture for example, if we think that we are actually the tree, we would say "Player is at the left side of where I am currently staring at." The closest thing I could figure out was from the Door blueprint in Blueprint-Advanced map of Content Examples, where there is a calculation about whether the player is at back or front. Though unfortunately I couldn't go that far no matter what I tried, so any help is appreciated! Thank you for your time and reading! Product Version: Not Selected Tags: capture.jpg (24.5 kB) more ▼ asked Dec 21 '14 at 11:53 PM in Blueprint Scripting Achilleon 782 ● 38 ● 34 ● 70 add new comment (comments are locked) 10|2000 characters needed characters left ▼ Viewable by all users