Mulitplayer problem [Simple Fix] Probably

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So Im currently using an FPS Kit OneManArmy made from and I implemented a multiplayer system with PUN which was also a package from Armed Unity [Both premium] and I got it all working, it’s just, when I spawn, my player is all weird. For instance, My minimap moves, I can hear footsteps I can see my arms and gun in front of me and they will move but the main camera doesn’t move.

I was wondering if anyone knew how to make a camera with a script attached that will spawn the player in when a Button is clicked and switch to the Player controller. It seems like a simple task, but I need someones help. Thanks to anyone who helps!

  • Cody.

I think this script may have something to do with it:

public class AU_GameManager extends Photon.MonoBehaviour {
	var myCustomProp : String;
	var connectedPlayerList : Array = new Array(PhotonPlayer);
	private var playerName : String;
	var levelCamera : Camera;
	var audioListener : AudioListener;
	var pv : PhotonView;
	var allSpawnPoints : GameObject[];
	var playerInGame : boolean;
	function Awake () {
		PhotonNetwork.isMessageQueueRunning = true;
		playerName =;
//Example how to use custom properties.	
		//var setCustomProp : ExitGames.Client.Photon.Hashtable = new ExitGames.Client.Photon.Hashtable();
		//setCustomProp.Add("MyString", myCustomProp);
		myCustomProp =["MyString"]; 
	function SpawnPlayer(){

		var spawnPoint : GameObject = allSpawnPoints[Random.Range(0, allSpawnPoints.Length)]; 
		var nPlayer : GameObject = PhotonNetwork.Instantiate("PlayerPrefab", spawnPoint.transform.position, spawnPoint.transform.rotation, 0);
		if(playerInGame == false){
			nPlayer.GetComponent("PlayerConfig").LocalPlayer(); = playerName;
			playerInGame = true;
	function LevelCamera(action : boolean){
		levelCamera.enabled = action;
		audioListener.enabled = action;
//	Photon Functions

	function OnLeftRoom () {
		Debug.Log ("*** OnLeftRoom ().....    Called once the local user left a room.");
	function OnDisconnectedFromPhoton () {	
		Debug.Log ("*** OnDisconnectedFromPhoton ().... Called after disconnecting from the Photon server. In some cases, other events are sent before OnDisconnectedFromPhoton is called.");
	function LeftRoom(){
		PhotonNetwork.isMessageQueueRunning = false;
		Application.LoadLevel ("MainMenu");
	function OnPhotonPlayerConnected () {
		Debug.Log("***  OnPhotonPlayerConnected().....   Player Connected.");

There are two options for this to be achieved. 1) you can create the player and in the script disable the object until gui button is clicked. here is what the code would be like (Please note, I only know how to do javascript and script is not tested):
var Player : GameObject;
Player = false;
GUIScreen = true;
Function OnGUI(){
if(GUIScreen == true){
if(GUI.Button(Rect(20,250,200,100),“Click Here”)){ = true;
GUIScreen = false;
Option 2 is to instantiate the player on gui click