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Leopard20 posted a topic in ARMA 3 - MISSION EDITING & SCRIPTINGHello everyone. Does anyone know where the values for cargo seat get-in positions are stored in the vehicle config? In here I will use "B_MRAP_01_F" as my sample vehicle, which apparently has 2 Get-In-Cargo memory points (can be verified if you command a few AI to get in the vehicle) The first one is always stored in the vehicle's config class: configFile >> "cfgVehicles" >> "B_MRAP_01_F" >> "memoryPointsGetInCargo" Where is the other one(s)? Additional Info: There is a sub-class called "CargoTurret", but the memory point is the same as the first one: configFile >> "cfgVehicles" >> "B_MRAP_01_F" >> "CargoTurret" >> "memoryPointsGetInGunner"
All-In-One AI Command Menu A "WW AI Menu" Patch By Leopard20 & WindWalking This thread is no longer updated! For the latest release, check here Hello everyone. As you know, the WW AI Menu was one of the first and best AI mods released in the early days of ARMA 3 release. It addressed a lot of issues and shortcomings with the vanilla ARMA commanding system, and packed a lot of handy features including: - Infantry commands such as healing, garrisoning & clearing building, rearming, .... - Vehicle commands such as engine on and off, horn and eject with parachute. - Waypoint system with the ability to assign multiple waypoints to your squad members. - Weapon accessories (silencers, flashlights, ...) - Unsticking units. and .... Read more about the mod: https://forums.bistudio.com/forums/topic/153621-ww-aimenu-complimentary-commands/ Unfortunately, when Windwalking left the community some of the features ended up broken, and due to the community rule forbidding people from taking over and/or changing an author's work without their permission, nobody has stepped up to bring this mod back to life. Until now. I decided to bring this mod back to life in a way that respects the community rule and the author's work. Namely, "patching" the original mod by adding features and fixing broken ones. As a result, you will need the original mod installed for my mod to work. You can activate the menu by pressing Y .If you use the "Y" key for Zeus or anything else you can either change the keybinding for those features (I personally use "Ctrl+Y" for Zeus) or change the keybinding for the menu by navigating to: "OPTIONS > CONTROLS > CONFIGURE ADDONS > (dropdown menu) All-In-One Command Menu". I've also included a userconfig file where you can add support for your mods (if they are not supported already). Currently you can add support for: Resupply vehicles, AT soldiers (used in the rearming script) and the Handgun suppressors. Note that you might need to enable "file patching" for the config file to work (either add the -filepatching commandline or enable it in the launcher parameters). This mod is compatible with other commanding mods (such as C2). Although I don't recommend using both for issuing the same command at the same time (e.g when you use C2 to order your units to mount a vehicle, don't use the same command in this mod, as it may cause conflicts and unforeseen consequences) I also recommend this mod as it makes issuing regular and frequent commands a lot easier: (you may need to change the default keys used by the mod, keys 1, 2, 3 , 4, as these keys are used for switching weapons) Advanced Command System (ACS) All features were tested using the vanilla ARMA vehicles/weapons (including all DLCs up to the time of release), and work as intended. However some features (the most important of which being weapon accessories) may not work in other mods (such as RHS or CUP). Edit: As of version 0.50 Beta most features should work with other mods without issues. If they don't please post your feedback in this thread. Here's a quick overview of what is changed: Unchanged: Fixed/Modified/Removed: Added: Screenshots: Notes: Special thanks to: - @Windwalking for his awesome mod. - @Muzzleflash for helping me with showing objects on the map and also teaching me a lot about scripting. He's one of the best guys on this forum. - @mad_cheese for allowing me to use the "Bounding Box" function used in his legendary mod, C2. - and everyone else who kindly answered all my questions on the forum. Disclaimer: I can't guarantee this mod is completely harmless. Please back up your ARMA 3 directory located in the "Documents" folder (C:\Users\YOUR_PC_NAME\Documents\) prior to using this mod (especially the file *.vars.Arma3Profile and the "saved" folder because they are the only files that may be affected). Multiplayer support is in alpha state and not fully tested yet. Dear Moderators, The current release still uses the scripts from the original version. Also, to avoid some conflicts, I had to rename the global variables. If you think this mod is still not in compliance with forum rules please let me know to come up with a solution (you can PM me or post it here). By installing this patch, the original mod will be disabled (If you want me to leave it enabled please leave a feedback and I'll re-enable it). Download Link (Current Version: v1.2.1): GitHub (always up-to-date) DropBox Armaholic (updates with a slight delay) How to Install: Future Plans: Changelog: Requirements: CBA: http://www.armaholic.com/page.php?id=18767 WW AI Menu by Windwalking: http://www.armaholic.com/page.php?id=22380 Since v1.0.0, WW AI Menu mod is not required anymore. It's because some users reported they had trouble setting up WW AI Menu (mostly because of FilePatching used in WW AI Menu, which complicated things), so I decided not to make it necessary to have this mod. A couple of such reports:
Tactical Satellite Feed By Leopard20 Warning! This mod is outdated and has lots of issues! Please wait for the update. Trailer: Screenshots: Brief Description: Tactical Satellite Feed is an all-new mod for ARMA 3 that brings a "Door Kickers" style of gameplay to your single-player missions. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Long Description: Hello everyone! If you're a single player fan like myself, you've definitely noticed how incomplete and unreliable the AI movement is. They may not follow the exact path you want, or even worse, not move at all! Just put a couple of units on top of carrier or ship in the Editor, you'll see what I mean! 🙂 This mod, Tactical Satellite Feed, is designed to work around this exact problem. But that's not all there is to it! When I saw the potential for new features, I decided to make this mod look more complete, to the point that it's now a multi-purpose mod! This mod is inspired by such games as Door Kickers, Tom Clancy's game series, and of course the mod C2 Command & Control by our very own Mad_Cheese! Without further ado, let's jump straight to the mod features! I recommend that you watch the trailer first to get an idea of how the mod works and familiarize yourself with its mechanics. Features: - Top-down view of the battlefield. - Easy to use; simply draw paths using mouse - Set up anywhere and anytime with just a few clicks - Automatic path correction; minimizing micro-management - Move units on any surface and terrain, including ships/carriers. - Complete AI movement override; get them to do whatever you want! - Various functions, including: . Watch direction . Change stance . Engage targets . Mount vehicles . Go-codes . Sync movement . Supports Enhanced Movement by Bad Benson . Path recording; player records path for AI to follow . Fog of War simulation; unknown enemies become hidden Usage Instructions (MUST READ): The manual is already included with your download. Notes: Known Issues: (Likely) FAQs: Warning!!! This is a preview release! Expect lots of bugs! Use the mod at your own risk! Download: GitHub (always up-to-date) Armaholic (updates with delay) Source code: https://github.com/leopard20/Tactical-Satellite-Feed Installation: Credits and Thanks: @mad_cheese and @bad benson for the Enhanced Movement functions! Requirements: Community Base Addons (CBA)
Leopard20 posted a topic in ARMA 3 - MISSION EDITING & SCRIPTINGHey everyone. I currently have a big problem with getting my mission to work properly and it's because the cargo units keep disembarking the vehicle. All units and vehicles (empty) are created after mission starts (it's a dynamic mission) and then I use assignAs... + orderGetIn to get the AI to get in vehicles. The only workaround I've found is to use: _unit moveInCargo [_veh, _index] ; [_unit] allowGetIn true; [_unit] orderGetIn true in an onEachFrame loop to get the unit to stay in. However, it causes the vehicle to stop every meter (excep for helicopters, thanks to allowGetIn which seems to work for helos), because the stupid leader still wants to disembark the units. Does anyone know a fix for this?