+1 vote

So, my code is this:

func _unhandled_input(ev):
 if ev.pressed:
    d += 1

This makes the label show number 2. As far as I can tell, this should be 1 as ev.pressed triggers only once, when there's a "pressed" event happening. Looks like it triggers twice for some reason. Am I mistaken?

EDIT: Now I'm really confused. If I rewrite the code line with ev.pressed like 3 or 4 times, it triggers once, if I do that again, it triggers twice. No code is modified, I just erase the code and rewrite it the same way.

asked Mar 17, 2016 in Engine by Ceilingdoor (195 points)
edited Mar 17, 2016 by Ceilingdoor

event.is_echo is true by any chance?

I tried using !ev.is_echo, that didn't have any effect. The thing is that the code worked great but it just stopped working all of a sudden with no reason.

What if you use _input instead?

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Never mind, the question's solved. I needed to use ev.pressed because my game runs on mobile platforms, however I've learned that mouse input works on mobile as well(e.g ev.isactionpressed("leftmouseb") or ev. isactionreleased("leftmouseb").

answered Mar 19, 2016 by Ceilingdoor (195 points)
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set line:




Check if your touchpad is flickering?

answered Mar 17, 2016 by KRL (434 points)

I'll try that as soon as I reach my PC, thanks

+2 votes

I think that something like

if (ev.type == InputEvent.MOUSE_BUTTON or ev.type == InputEvent.SCREEN_TOUCH) and ev.pressed and !ev.is_echo():

Would be more appropriate, since the 2nd time might be triggered by some other event (mouse motion or screen drag for example).

answered Mar 18, 2016 by Kermer (80 points)
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