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is there an InputAxis left node?

ive looked everywhere, some help would be apperciated.

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asked Jun 12 '14 at 08:11 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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As far as I know the answer is no there is not.

There is both a Moveforward and Moveright which to get the opposite direction you use a negative float value.

So > 0 = movedirection < 0 = opposite movedirection.

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if you are trying to check for left then you would check MoveRight < 0

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answered Jun 12 '14 at 08:19 PM

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avatar image DVSN Jun 12 '14 at 09:01 PM

how can i check moveright is < 0?

avatar image Jacky Jun 12 '14 at 09:05 PM

Drag a line from Axis Value then type Compare Float or Float < Float.

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thanks! regards!

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