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Right-Click Mouse Look
#1
This may already be possible, but I couldn't find a control setting to make it work. I really like the control schemes in games like Everquest 2 and Lord of the Rings Online and RPGAIO seems to be really close to having this capability, but not quite. First, as stated in an earlier request, holding both mouse buttons to move forward should also hide the cursor, but also I should be able to hold down right mouse button and perform mouse look to inspect the scene. I hope there is already a way to do this, but I couldn't find it.
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#2
It hasn't been implemented in RPGAIO yet.  Supposedly in 2.0.  But I can get you pointed in the right direction if you like.  Hiding the cursor is documented here.  https://docs.unity3d.com/ScriptReference...sible.html

If you have any visual scripting tool you can easily set this up.  How exactly you do it will depend on the tool but the gist of it would be...

diagram enter > if > mouse down) > then > set variable Cursor.visible = false > else > set variable Cursor.visible = true

Each VS tool is a bit different but there is a pretty decent free with a decent community here. https://assetstore.unity.com/packages/to...ing-115704

Their forum is here if you need help.  https://www.constellationeditor.com/

If you have a copy of Bolt you can ask the devs for it, they are very available through support channels.  https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/en/?s...tent/87491 Normally, I could lay it all out for you in Bolt but I am going to be AFK for four week starting Monday.  By that time 2.0 may be out.
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#3
Thanks for the help, but it's more complicated than what you suggest. I looked into the code and there is a lot of RPGAIO stuff that controls cursor and it would have to be modified very carefully to make it work. It has a habit of just changing it to what it wants every frame based on certain conditions.
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