- takes deep breath *
I’m really new to programming and Python, but I’m having a blast. I LOVE how many code samples and people are sharing with each other here; it’s a very welcoming place. In that spirit, I hope my question doesn’t come off rude. I’m just ignorant of how to do so many things.
I’m wanting to see some debug output as I move models around in a game. So I put a DirectLabel on screen to output my main object’s xyz/hpr, hoping to start creating something like the debug screen in the popular game Minecraft .
However, my attempt to fetch just the X coord with
try: self.DebugLabelXYZ['text'] = self.cruiser.getX() self.DebugLabelXYZ.setText() except: print("Couldn't output coords")
ends up listing
<built-in method getX of libpanda.NodePath object at 0x01D3FFE0>
How can I have my label update with the coords of the main object I’m moving?