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|p2_type=integer|p2_name=local|p2_desc=boolean, if {{LSLG|TRUE}} uses [[Viewer coordinate frames#Local|local]] axis, if {{LSLG|FALSE}} uses [[Viewer coordinate frames#Region|region]] axis.
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Revision as of 10:20, 18 February 2008

Summary

Function: llSetForce( vector force, integer local );

Applies force to the object (if the script is physical)

• vector force directional force
• integer local boolean, if TRUE uses local axis, if FALSE uses region axis.

Continuous force. llApplyImpulse has instantaneous push.

Caveats

Only works on physical objects.

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Examples

<lsl>//A simple rocket script. Launches object up when touched. //Sit on it for an interesting ride! default {

    touch_start(integer i) {
         llSetForce(<0,0,0x7FFFFFFF>, 0);  //FLY!
    }
}</lsl>

See Also

Functions

•  llSetForceAndTorque
•  llSetTorque
•  llApplyImpulse Instantaneous force

Deep Notes

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Signature

function void llSetForce( vector force, integer local );