enableCollisionWith

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Description

Description:
Cancels the effects of disableCollisionWith. The collision is always enabled for both objects in the arguments, i.e. vehicle1 with vehicle2 and vehicle2 with vehicle1

Each object can contain only 1 reference to the object it disabled collision with. This command sets this reference to null. Therefore the command might not work as expected when trying to enable collisions with some objects but not other.

Groups:
Object Manipulation

Syntax

Syntax:
vehicle1 enableCollisionWith vehicle2
Parameters:
vehicle1: Object
vehicle2: Object
Return Value:
Nothing

Examples

Example 1:
[_veh1, _veh2] remoteExecCall ["enableCollisionWith", 0, _veh1];

Additional Information

See also:
collisionDisabledWith disableCollisionWith

Notes

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Posted on April 5, 2015 - 00:13 (UTC)
Ranwer
enableCollisionWith is a script that when you apply it to an object, it will be solid and the player will not be able to go through it. However, if you want your unit to go through it, you may want to use the disableCollisionWith command. An example for this is:
//name of unit in editor such as player1 //name of object in editor such as car1 car1 enableCollisionWith player1; //to make your unit go through the car, use the below and make sure you know what your doing! car1 disableCollisionWith player1;
Both commands enableCollisionWith and disableCollisionWith, are very handy codes and could be used for example: map testing, mission editing and even animation cutscenes.