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Having problem Lerping/Lagging the camera in both Axis. (2D sidescroller)


I'm trying to Lerp/Lag both axis with the right thumbstick on my controller to look around in the environment of my 2D side scroller game.

This is only working in one of the directions. If i disable one of the directions the lerp/lag will work in either direction. I'm using the "Lag" feature on the spring arm.

I'd apreciate any help I can get! If you got a new solution to this I'd be glad to hear you out. I would like not to spawn a new camera. I want to use the existing one.

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asked Sep 19 '18 at 07:24 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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avatar image Xmoono Oct 01 '18 at 07:56 AM

I'm still having the problem, would appreciate some help.

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