I was setting up a development environment for making WordPress plugins. I’m using a docker image to run WordPress, and I wanted the plugin files to be easily editable on the host machine. I’m lazy, and I don’t want any kind of “upload” or “copy into WordPress” step to be necessary. I want to “Save” in my editor and refresh the browser.

This was a bit more complicated to set up than I expected, here’s the steps I used:

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This is third in a four part series, describing the evolution of the aiming mechanic in Minecart Basketball.

Continuing from the previous setup in part two, when the prediction ends before colliding with the ground, it now draws a gray line straight down to the ground. It also detect collision with the objects like the backboard & rim, and stops the prediction at that point and draws a line down to the ground.
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