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I'm making a plane and trying to mimic the sample model plane as much as possible. It has proxies for bombs on the pylons so I'm currently trying to do proxies for my plane and struggling due to almost zero documentation online for how to actually create a proxy in Object Builder. -In Blender, in the resolution LOD, I built a triangle on each pylon marking the location and made them a vertex group named "ProxyPylon1", "ProxyPylon2", etc. and export with the Arma Toolbox for Blender -In Oxygen, I right-click that selection and click "Move Selection to Proxy (All LODS)". -Then I direct it to "P:\a3\weapons_f\dynamicloadout\pylonmissile_1x_bomb_02_f.p3d" and click OK. -It pops up a window that says "Proxy object P:/[etc.] already exists, overwrite?" -I click "Yes" and it does two things: 1) renames my selection to "proxy:...\pylonmissile_1x_b..." (much is truncated by the window) and 2) moves the triangle to 0,0,0, i.e. not on the pylon. -If I now start Bulldozer, there is no apparent change and no bomb shows on the pylon or anywhere I can see. I can't find anything online actually describing how to set up a proxy. I'm betting what I'm doing above is wrong, somehow. I've tried a few variations on the above with no success. So, how do you actually do it?
Hey there! I have an object with some proxies in the .p3d file. I would like to be able to do a "setobjecttexture" onto the object and change some selections textures in game. Unfortunately, the texture doesn't change on proxy objects (same hiddenselection name). I worked through this page https://community.bistudio.com/wiki/Arma_3_Setting_Textures_for_Wrecks and tried to adapt this to my problem but no success so far. Anybody who got some experience with this topic? Essentially i want to be able to change the texture of an object and its containing proxies. Thanks in advance!
Hello, I do not have ARMA 3 - I use VBS3 with Dev Tools which comes with O2 for setting up models and I believe it's the same process used to create ARMA 3 content. I have been using O2 for a few years now but this is the first time I have had to do anything which requires the setup of an Underground LOD. I am setting up a building with a basement and as per the documentation I have setup the Underground LOD and I can successfully travel down to the basement without the Terrain interferring, however the objects which I have placed in the basement via proxies are all clipped i.e. can only see the top-half of the model. The model used in the Underground LOD is basically a massive box which exceeds the building dimensions so I do not believe this is causing the clipping. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Screenshot from VBS showing the bottom of proxies are masked/clipped from view Underground LOD showing that proxies have clearance.