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laxemann posted a topic in ARMA 3 - ADDONS & MODS: COMPLETETactical Position Ready by Patch & LAxemann What is it? Tactical Position Ready allows players to quickly raise and lower their primary weapon in order to avoid friendly fire (or simply to look tacticool). Furthermore, the mod contains an optional "auto obstacle avoidance" feature which raises/lowers the player's weapon when getting too close to an obstacle. It does so in a non-disturbing way and comes with a corner detection for maximum playability. The feature takes the weapon's length into account, meaning shorter weapons are a lot more suitable for CQB. The mod requires CBA, can be configured via the CBA Addon and keybinding options and is MP-comaptible. The mod is technically client-side but other players have to run the mod in order to see the animations. How to use? The default keys are: High Ready: T Low Ready: Shift + T Media >> Download via Steam Workshop << >> Download via Armaholic << Special thanks Gunshot
Does anyone have a script or an immersive way to skip time? I would like for everyone to be able to change the time, either by adding an action to deployed sleeping bag (like zues has with spawn points), or a simple, if you sit down you get an addaction to skip the time 2 hours forward. It would be amazing if there was a fallout kind of way to skip time, with a slider and everything.
_______________________________________________________________________________ !!! IMPORTANT UPDATE: !!! _______________________________________________________________________________ Hello ArmA Community, the attachTo command can be unnecessarily time consuming since you have to basically guess the position of the attached object. Therefore I've made a dialog with which you can attach any object to another and return the offset. And there's more: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B8-BL9HKQ_OXd1NfSzhnSlBXVk0?usp=sharing Main Interface: 1. Camera control: Move - WASD Up - Q Down - Y Faster - SHIFT Slower - ALT Detach pointer - SPACE (see 5.2.) 2. Source object, object of which the offset is taken 2.1. Select object from list of existing objects 2.2. Confirm selection 3. Offset, shows the current values // Until here is the basic stuff. The following points are not necessary but maybe interesting ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3.1. Step selector: Change the steps of which changes are applied ranging from 0.001 to 1. Positions can only be edited while pointer is not attached. Edits can be edited with the scroll wheel. 4. Memory points (Selections) 4.1. Select memory point, opens new dialog "Memory Points" (see below) 4.2. Enter the name of your own memory point. If memory point is not found, default offset [0,0,0] is used 5. Pointer 5.1. Show pointer yes/no 5.2. Detach/Attach pointer. Leave pointer whereever it currently is. Values are still evaluated. 5.3. Attaches the nearest object to the pointer and automatically disables simulation 5.4. ~Currently not used. If you want to create a new object then do so in the editor or Zeus. Object list is updated on dialog load~ 5.5. Delete object: Select an existing object in the COMBO and press the BUTTON to delete it. You can't delete yourself, the current source object or the current pointer object (that would cause many many script errors) 6. Directions of pointer object 6.1. Vector Dir: Shows the vectorDir (difficult behaviour, use (6.2) instead) 6.2. Degrees: Shows the orientation in degrees 6.3. Vector Up: Shows the vectorUp (difficult behaviour, use (6.4) instead) 6.4. getPitchBank: Uses BIS_fnc_getPitchBank 6.5. Enter and Reset: Enter apllies settings, Reset sets everything to normal 7. Other 7.1. Opens new dialog "Settings" (see below) 7.2. Copy the commands to the clipboard. 7.3.2. shows the resulting message 7.3. Credits: Shows contributors. Memory points: 1. Available memory points, Shows some default selections (link to topic follows (maybe)) 2. Search for specific memory point. Enter text. Results are shown in tree below 3. Find Memorypoints: Most useful control of them all. Automatically finds existing (!= [0,0,0]) selections 4. Resets the dialog 5. Passes selected memory point to Main Interface 6. Leave without changes Settings: 1. Pointer color (Default: GREEN) 1.1. Predefined colors and custom ones 1.2. Define own color. Remember to set "Alpha" to something greater than 0 or else nothing happens 1.3. Preview of custom color 2. Pointer size (Default: 10cm) 2.1. Select size 3. Pointer object (Default: sign_sphere_10cm) 3.1. Choose an existing object to become the pointer. (3.2.) has to be checked. 3.3. Create new object from config name as pointer. (3.4.) has to be checked. 4. Memory points (Default: Unchecked, Unchecked) 4.1. If checked the memory points will be shown next time you are executing point (3.) from Memory points dialog (see above) 4.2. Delete the pointers when dialog is closed. If unchecked, pointers will stay. 5. Simulation (Default: checked > enabled) 5.1. Enable or disable simulation of source object 6. Collsion (Default: checked > enabled) 6.1. Enable or disable collision of the pointer object with all other scenario objects 7. Exclude/Include objects (Default: Excuded objects: player, pointer, (camera)) 7.1. Select objects that won't be shown in the dialogs 7.2. Reverse actions of (7.1.) 8. Dialog 8.1. Apply the settings 8.2. Return all settings to default 8.3. Cancel: Leave without changes Changelog: Bugs, Quirks, Errors More Features: Of course the main function is to find the offset, therefore you only need point (1) to (3) of the main display. Everything else is just nice to have and I thought why not? The documentation inside of the scripts is pretty bad because I was focussing on scripting, not explaining. Feel free to ask me anything. Bugs can ofcourse be reported in this thread ;) Thats all for now and have fun editing, 7erra ________________________________________________ Version 1.0 - 25.04.2017
EgoLeX posted a topic in ARMA 3 - QUESTIONS & ANSWERSHello together, first, please excuse my English, IÂ´m German and not a hero in the English grammer or s.th. else :wacko: Problem: I released on the 5.June.2016 my first Arma 3 Server for the popular gamemode Wasteland. But when I searching my Server in the Arma 3 Launcher or Ingame, i cant find him :( The Server will only shown when I use the ''Direct Connect'' option and the IP Address. Why? The Server is running with default port and is open for everyone. It is very stupid because so it's harder to get players on the server. [ If you should find the Server normally it where nice when you could inform me.] [servername: Sky-Gaming.de|Wasteland|NEW|$3K Start|Dark Night|And more ] Does anyone have any idea why he did not appear in the list? thank you in advance :rolleyes: