Playmaker automatically discovers any class derived from Fsm State Action in the project. Instead of On Disable(), or On Destroy() use On Exit().
All discovered actions appear in the Action Browser. On Exit is called before leaving the current state.
Here’s the commands and sub-commands so far I was very interested to see if this would work on Linux so I got Ubuntu up and running and put My Sql on there and created a new db to use. There’s something quite magical about the whole thing, it really was very easy to get this to run on a non-windows environment.
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However, unlike Mono Behaviours, Actions can be moved around in the State Inspector and they execute in sequence. The main differences from Mono Behaviours: Reference the Game Object that owns the FSM using the Owner property. When all actions on a state have finished, a FINISHED event is sent that can be used to transition to another state. NOTE: If the event causes a state change, On Exit is called immediately on all actions in the current state that have started but not finished; the FSM then switches state, and On Enter is then called on each action in the new state.
For example: This adds a proxy Monobehaviour to the Game Object to catch On Collision Enter. Playmaker FSMs are event driven - they change state when they receive events. Public action variables are exposed in the Action Editor the same way public Mono Behaviour variables are exposed in the Unity Inspector.
NET AJAX Update Progress control to add a gmail-like progress indicator to an ASP. I liked the approach the author used and it clearly works great for scenarios where you want to display a single 'something is happening' message to the user while the page is being updated. If your screens are relatively simple, or if you feel the update should be obvious this is probably not an issue for you.