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func process(delta):
--- var bodies = get
----for body in bodies:
-------if (body.get
name() == PLAYERNAME):
----------stairs.material.set("shaderparam/width", 0.5)
--------if (body.get
name() != PLAYERNAME):
-------------stairs.material.set("shader_param/width", 0.0)

hello can somebody help me? im trying to make the shader go "on" and "off" if the player get in the area2D.
until the statment "if" is work fine. but when i but the "else" statement. it doesn't work at all for both.
i wonder if someone have an insight?

Godot version 3.2.1
in Engine by (62 points)

nvm i find a way.. i use bodyexited instade of :
--------if (body.getname() != PLAYERNAME):
param/width", 0.0)

1 Answer

+2 votes
func physics_process(delta):
    var bodies = get_overlapping_bodies()
    var player_inside = false
    for body in bodies:
        if (body.get_name() == PLAYERNAME):
            player_inside = true
    if player_inside:
        stairs.material.set("shaderparam/width", 0.5)
        stairs.material.set("shader_param/width", 0.0)

I think that will give you the effect you desire. Ideally you would have

class_name Player 

inside your Player.gd script then the code becomes very simple:

func physics_process(delta):
    if Player in get_overlapping_bodies():
        stairs.material.set("shaderparam/width", 0.5)
        stairs.material.set("shader_param/width", 0.0)
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