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Dark GDK / Why Player is Above the map

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Sana_Sajjad
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Posted: 13th Jul 2012 21:37
Hi all, i am using Sparky's Collisions in my game...everything is going well but my player is still at some height above the road... can anyone tell me how can I make my player to stick to the road???
i tried to reduce the radius in the sphereCasting... but nothing happen..
Thanks All
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Hawkblood
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Posted: 14th Jul 2012 00:14
Sparky's is great for simple games without complex physics. What I normally do is not set automatic collisions on my character. Instead, just read the collision info yourself and adjust the height manually.

The fastest code is the code never written.
WLGfx
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Posted: 14th Jul 2012 00:18
You are probably going to need to re-centre your object so 0,0,0 is not at the bottom of the character.

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Sana_Sajjad
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Posted: 14th Jul 2012 10:02
you mean I have to reset my character at 0,0,0 in 3ds max? am I right? character's pivot at 0,0,0 or character feets?
thanks

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Hawkblood
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Posted: 14th Jul 2012 15:31
You can show the bounds using Sparky's (SC_drawObjectBounds). Use this and it should give you an idea of what you should do.

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