Best practice for NavModifiers
So I have an Actor that is submerged in water. Player pushes a button and the Actor comes up for them to cross.
What's the best practice to have nav mesh turn on and off for the Actor? NavModifier is awfully hard to modify (change its szie) and Actors can't take NavModifierVolumes. I'd rather not add an editable instance on the actor to place a NavModifierVolume as I'm using these bridges for randomly generated content.
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asked Feb 19 '19 at 10:08 PM in Using UE4
Can you describe what you mean by on and off? If you mean affect navigation or not, I believe you can just turn collision on/off on the object and it rebuilds dynamic navmeshes - at least in the quick example I did to test, it did so.
answered Feb 20 '19 at 12:32 AM
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