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Hello everybody, I recently started to rework some old Elwynn models so they could fit with our modern graphics. Ingame, everything seems to work fine, but there is an invisibile issue here : The models are heavy ! This bridge alone takes 125Ko, which is way more than other similar models. In fact, half of this M2 size is due to collisions : Collision Adder gives every single face its own rigidity without discrimination. Any rope, any part of a wooden plank will be solid. Since I'm not planning to create World of Antcraft, this is a big waste of computer resources : If I don't find a solution, all of this will stack up and make the game unaccessible for weaker engines... So I would like to know how I can filter the collision adding, or make a collision sub-model mixed with the original one, something like this : Thank you for your attention.
Hey! This is a continuation of the following topic (omg he chose mc.net over modcraft omg omg what a cunt lets start raging). The summarising conclusion of that topic: When the vehicle npc stops moving, it has to create an invisible collision gobject right in itself. When it starts moving/turning, it should delete the gobject.For spawning, action_type = 50, target_type = 1. Event_type possibly 28 or 43.For despawning, action_type = 41, target_type presumaby 12. Event_type possibly 34.It is possible to copy collision from an .m2 using the script in this tutorial by Skarn, but I also need to somehow create collision from wmo's (because that's what most ships are). As Skarn told me, it's not possible to do that straight away. Maybe I could convert wmos to m2s?kojac488 knows everythingI'll be thankful for any kind of help.