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How to create and enable-disable offmeshlink (navlink) from code

I'm trying to build a actor representing door generating at runtime.

Door has two states, open & close - just visual models are different, collision model for navmesh is the same (there is no navmesh under the door)

I want to create offmesh link to allow my agent to pathfind (and traverse) through this gap.

Here is the code:

 m_OffMeshLink = GetWorld()->SpawnActor<ANavLinkProxy>();
 UNavigationSystem* NavSys = UNavigationSystem::GetCurrent(GetWorld()); //not nullptr

by default, navigation link should be disabled, but pathfinding still use it.

I think this should be handled in dtNavMeshQuery::passLinkFilter but within this function

a) isLinkAllowed return always true

b) userId is always 0

so filter allows traversal of the link

(user id is 0 from NavLinkProxy constructor through all building process and there is no way to provide custom userId other than changing the engine code)

I think I'm doing something wrong. What is the correct way to create off mesh link from c++ and be able to disable/enable it?

Product Version: UE 4.12
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asked Aug 27 '16 at 09:56 PM in C++ Programming

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avatar image g1704252 Aug 30 '16 at 03:39 PM

Have you solve your issue somehow? I have almost the same issue - Intentional navmesh gaps with generated NavLinkProxy objects, but I don't know how do disable them

avatar image Martin37 Aug 31 '16 at 06:19 AM

Unfortunately not. I'm hoping someone answers it. If you made some progress, please, let me know

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