The unit that will have its bone locked to face the target.
The bone to lock onto the target. The engine only supports locking the head and the chest. To lock the head, you can put in any input except a null string. To lock the chest, the string must start with
"bone_chest". All leading spaces are ignored, it is case insensitive, and anything after the first non-leading space will be ignored.
The bone will be locked to face this unit.
The x-offset from lookAtTarget's origin point.
The y-offset from lookAtTarget's origin point.
The z-offset from lookAtTarget's origin point (this already factors in the terrain Z).
Locks a unit's bone to face the target until ResetUnitLookAt is called.
The offset coordinates ( X, Y, Z ) are taken from the target's origin. The bones will lock to the lookAtTarget, offset by those coordinates. You can't have both the head and the chest locked to the target at the same time.
whichBonecan only move the head bones and the chest bones. All other input will default to the head bone. However, the function only looks for the helper named
"Bone_Chest") in the MDL, so you can just rename a helper so that it will move that set of bones instead.
SetUnitLookAt is affected by animation speed and blend time.
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native SetUnitLookAt takes unit whichUnit, string whichBone, unit lookAtTarget, real offsetX, real offsetY, real offsetZ returns nothing