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Joined: 17th Sep 2002
Location: Sweden
Posted: 20th Dec 2002 20:00
Im a horrible noob thats wondering if its possible to create hitboxes on a object made up by solid mesh and a biped, bone skeleton (Like half life models.)?
The idea is to create primitive boxes in DBP and glue them onto the skeleton limbs of the object, then give those boxes properties of hitboxes.
Or even better, give the skeleton limbs the properties of hitboxes..if its possible?
Is this idea bad, painful, slow, good, can it get better? can it be done?
Thanks for any help.

Jane runs down the path when she gets hit in her kneecab. Jane falls to the ground and the water turns red, dosnt it?
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