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But it would not be as performant to have this in process
How would you emit that signal for only when a Display Setting is changed on the Users Computer?
Why do you want to do this? The point of the physics ticking is that it’s at a constant pace, regardless of rendering. Otherwise your physics would work inconsistently.
zhyrin | 2023-06-14 05:32
It regards only of movement, nothing to do with Objects or Built-In Gravity
Nickyroo | 2023-06-14 14:34
I think what you’d rather want is physics interpolation: https://docs.godotengine.org/de/stable/tutorials/physics/interpolation/using_physics_interpolation.html
Physics should be calculated at a fixed rate to stay consistent. In order to get smooth movements at higher display refresh rates, interpolation can be a solution.
An add-on was already created for this purpose: GitHub - anatolbogun/godot-smoother-node: A Godot node type that smoothes scene nodes' movements by interpolating between _physics_process steps.
Thanks but this does not help, I seek to simply Change Settings according to the signal of a User’s Device settings being Changed
Nickyroo | 2023-06-14 14:36