Levers are interactable devices used mainly for controlling devices and machinery. They have many configurable options to allow them to be used in a plethora of ways, and come in two visually identical but functionally distinct forms: A regular lever, and a centering lever. A regular lever (typically) starts at its minimum value, and can be adjusted upwards, while a centering lever starts at a value between its minima and maxima.
- Uni-directional levers have "zero" in one end and maximum in the opposite end.
- Lowering the maximum value lowers the given lever's maximum output to a device.
- Bi-directional levers have minimum and maximum in the far ends and the middle/neutral value is 50.
- Minimum output has to be lower than the neutral value. Default is 0.
- Maximum has to be higher than the neutral value. Default is 100.
|LeverState||Lever's current state between LeverMinOutput and LeverMaxOutput||LeverMinOutput - LeverMaxOutput|
|LeverMinOutput||Unidirectional - Output in low end, Bidirectional - Output in left end|
|LeverMaxOutput||Unidirectional - Output in high end, Bidirectional - Output in right end|
|LeverCenterOutput||Output value when the lever is in the center|
|LeverCenterDeadZone||How large is the dead zone in the center of an unidirectional lever|
|LeverCenteringSpeed||How fast does (unidirectional lever reset to low end)(bidirectional lever reset to center) once released|
|LeverBindsMoveSpeed||How fast does the lever move with binds|
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