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Block specific actor
Nov 22nd, 2012 at 7:23am
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I want to block a specific actor from crossing a certain point. You know, like bBlockActors does -> but only for one particular type of actor, letting everything else go through (monsters and players alike)

How would one do that?
  
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Re: Block specific actor
Reply #1 - Nov 22nd, 2012 at 7:56am
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I would try the BlockingActor, just below the Actor class. Within that you can select specific classes to block.
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If I wanted to block a Queen I would go into the blockingactor tab and open a tab below that called blockingclasses. I open up that and click add. Then I would go to the actor class browser and select queen and put it in.

The great thing is that there is an option called bBlockSubClasses, so you select skaarj, and it would block every kind of skaarj. You can also add subclassestoignore, so you could have skaarj selected and be able to let skaarj troopers through for example.

Hope this helps Smiley
  
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Re: Block specific actor
Reply #2 - Nov 22nd, 2012 at 1:52pm
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Trigger - height and radius must be edited, set blocking properties then use the proximity class which you want to block.
  
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Re: Block specific actor
Reply #3 - Nov 22nd, 2012 at 6:25pm
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I would try the BlockingActor, just below the Actor class. Within that you can select specific classes to block.
For example:
If I wanted to block a Queen I would go into the blockingactor tab and open a tab below that called blockingclasses. I open up that and click add. Then I would go to the actor class browser and select queen and put it in.

The great thing is that there is an option called bBlockSubClasses, so you select skaarj, and it would block every kind of skaarj. You can also add subclassestoignore, so you could have skaarj selected and be able to let skaarj troopers through for example.

Hope this helps Smiley


Oh wow, thats a bloody awesome actor I never noticed.

Thanks!
  
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