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NavMesh Issue - TopDown (Solved)

No NavMesh volume. alt text I'm selecting GameMap to make current.

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NavMesh volume is in the GameMap but RecastNavMesh is in the RootLevel. Why ? alt text

So my character isn't move. Just when i open the GameMap map my character isn't move again. But recreated NavMesh volume and RecastNavMesh character is move. Also i'm going again default streams, RecastNavMesh automatically is in RootLevel.

Edit: "Move Selected Actors to Level" isn't working this issue.

Sorry for weird English. ^^'

Product Version: UE 4.16
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asked Jun 05 '17 at 08:34 PM in Using UE4

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avatar image Elvenhood Jun 05 '17 at 08:55 PM

Solved. I'm deleted all NavMesh volume and RecastNavMesh. Make Current Level to RootLevel and create NavMesh in the RootLevel. Its stupidly but everything fine. :D

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