> Describe your glitch?
> The realtime multiplayer tutorial is very basic and concise, you really need to do your best and understand each part of it. While the multiplayer plugin automatically handles a ton of basic net code principles for you, it is still flexible enough to allow for different implementations in terms of multiplayer logic and updates.
> Basically, most projects/examples will be even more complicated than the tutorial example. If you don't understand all the ideas presented in the multiplayer tutorial, it will be very difficult to proceed or troubleshoot problems.
Well, one of the most frequent and annoying glitches is that when 2 players join, the First Player (The Host) can't see the second player, but the second player can see the first player (The Host). When you move the First Player, you can see the first player move on the second player's screen but not vice versa.
When you say frequent, does it only happen intermittantly (in the same project)?
If it happens all the time, you have a net code logic error: it sounds like your host is syncing properly, but your peers are not set up properly. Are you using a authoritative host setup like the tutorials? The peer events should not be creating or moving any objects (outside of local input prediction, which can be implemented AFTER you get basic net code working) - only sending inputs to the host, which does all the creating, updating, and syncing of all objects.
If it works properly sometimes but not all the time, I suspect routing/latency/unstable connection issues, which I can't really help with. But at least to confirm it isn't a networking issue, you can have both host and peer running on the same local host to test (open two tabs).