Difference between revisions of "Floorslope"

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(Clarify that floorslope is a tangent measure.)
 
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This value determines the slope of a sector's floor, based on its first wall ([[wallptr]]). Negative values indicate the floor slopes upwards, and positive values mean the floor slopes downwards.
This value determines the slope of a sector's floor, based on its first wall ([[wallptr]]). Negative values indicate the floor slopes upwards, and positive values mean the floor slopes downwards. The floorslope value is the tangent of the slope angle, multiplied by 4096.


See [[ceilingslope]].
See [[ceilingslope]].


[[Category:Sector structure members]]
[[Category:Sector structure members]]

Latest revision as of 09:35, 18 April 2012

This value determines the slope of a sector's floor, based on its first wall (wallptr). Negative values indicate the floor slopes upwards, and positive values mean the floor slopes downwards. The floorslope value is the tangent of the slope angle, multiplied by 4096.

See ceilingslope.