• Change the following settings of the parameter:
    - Enum Name: ButtonAlias
    - Int Value: 3
    At least I think the int value of the enum should be 3 if the order they're stated in the documents are correct. Otherwise you'll have to find out what the int representation of the TriggerPress value is ... or write a wrapper class that's called by Makinom and calls VRTK.
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  • Hello, after setting according to the method you said, the button still does not work.
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    How much does it cost? Can you write a VRTK plugin for ORK and Makinom? I am willing to pay for your help.
    I sent the project package to you, please download it in the attachment.
  • SK1SK1
    edited December 8
    Why do I write this way, press the trigger button of the VR right handle, the schematic does not work?

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    Post edited by SK1 on
  • Makinom custom button enum is int type, vrtk enum is Button type, can you add Button type to Makinom enum?
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  • edited December 8
    The issue is that the VRTK_ControllerEvents class isn't a static class, accessible from anywhere and at any time, which is required by ORK's custom inputs, i.e. you'll need to write a wrapper class, e.g.:

    public static class VRTK_ORK
    {
    private static VRTK_ControllerEvents controllerEvents;

    public static VRTK_ControllerEvents ControllerEvents
    {
    get
    {
    if(controllerEvents == null)
    {
    controllerEvents = GameObject.FindObjectOfType<VRTK_ControllerEvents>();
    }
    return controllerEvents;
    }
    }

    public static bool IsButtonPressed(ButtonAlias button)
    {
    if(VRTK_ORK.ControllerEvents != null)
    {
    return VRTK_ORK.ControllerEvents.IsButtonPressed(button);
    }
    return false;
    }
    }


    Changing the Class Name to VRTK_ORK should get this running - but you'll need a set up game object in your scenes with the VRTK_ControllerEvents component attached.
    Post edited by gamingislove on
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  • SK1SK1
    edited December 9
    Hello, I copied the code according to your tutorial, but Makinom seems to have a bug, and Makinom can't call static classes!
    There is no VRTK_ORK static class in this, I have experimented with static classes scripts of other scripts and can't be called!

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    using System.Collections;
    using System.Collections.Generic;
    using UnityEngine;
    using VRTK;
    using static VRTK.VRTK_ControllerEvents;


    namespace VRTK
    {
    static public class VRTK_ORK
    {
    private static VRTK_ControllerEvents controllerEvents;

    static public VRTK_ControllerEvents ControllerEvents
    {
    get

    {
    if (controllerEvents == null)
    {
    controllerEvents = GameObject.FindObjectOfType<VRTK_ControllerEvents>();
    }
    return controllerEvents;
    }
    }

    static public bool IsButtonPressed(ButtonAlias button)
    {
    if (VRTK_ORK.ControllerEvents != null)
    {
    return VRTK_ORK.ControllerEvents.IsButtonPressed(button);
    }
    return false;
    }
    }
    }
    Post edited by SK1 on
  • The Class Name dropdown only shows the names of all classes, so you just have to type in the name. If it doesn't work, try removing the static keyword from the class and don't use a namespace (although that shouldn't interfere with it).
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