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How do I make an OverlapMulti()'s FCollisionShape visible?

How do I make an OverlapMulti()'s FCollisionShape visible?

I do not mean detect visible channel, I mean to make the shape itself visible while testing in the editor.

This would be very useful for debugging purposes, is it possible?

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asked Mar 22 '15 at 12:34 PM in C++ Programming

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Erdrik
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avatar image Pierdek Mar 22 '15 at 08:00 PM
 static FName KickOverlap(TEXT("KickOverlap"));
 FCollisionQueryParams Params(KickOverlap, false, this);
 GetWorld()->DebugDrawTraceTag = KickOverlap;

Then use overlap or something, the engine will draw shapes/lines.

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I usually just manually draw the shape with one of the following:

  • DrawDebugBox

  • DrawDebugCapsule

  • etc

e.g.

 // Doing my collision check
 const FVector extent(newWidth * 0.5f, newWidth * 0.5f, newHeight * 0.5f);
 
 GetWorld()->OverlapAnyTestByObjectType(newLoc, FQuat::Identity, colObjQueryParams, FCollisionShape::MakeCapsule(extent), colQueryParams)
 
 // Draw a debug shape using the collision params
 DrawDebugCapsule(GetWorld(), newLoc, extent.Z, extent.X, FQuat::Identity, FLinearColor::Green, -1.0f)



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answered Mar 22 '15 at 07:57 PM

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avatar image Erdrik Mar 22 '15 at 09:41 PM

Thanks I got it to draw, but how do make it not permanent?

EDIT: Nvm found it. FlushPersistentDebugLines() Thanks again. :D

avatar image staticvoidlol Mar 23 '15 at 06:30 AM

Ah nice - I didn't know about FlushPersistentDebugLines().

Another option is to pass in a value for display time when calling DrawDebugCapsule(). It is the last param in the signature. I think values smaller than or equal to zero is seen as persistent.

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