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<dd class="notedate">Posted on March 6, 2008</dd>
 
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<dd class="note">To find out which turrets are available on a vehicle, and what the syntax is, you can use [http://kronzky.info/turrets/index.htm this little script].
 
<dd class="note">To find out which turrets are available on a vehicle, and what the syntax is, you can use [http://kronzky.info/turrets/index.htm this little script].
  
  
 
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Examples for nested turrets:
 
Examples for nested turrets:
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<dd class="note">Here is a small function to find available ''turret paths'' for a given vehicle. It will only search 2 levels deep, hence called ''commonTurrets'':
 
<dd class="note">Here is a small function to find available ''turret paths'' for a given vehicle. It will only search 2 levels deep, hence called ''commonTurrets'':
 
<code>KK_fnc_commonTurrets = {
 
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Revision as of 01:31, 30 January 2021


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Description

Description:
Description needed
Groups:
Turrets

Syntax

Syntax:
Syntax needed
Parameters:
unitName: Object
[vehicle, turretPath]: Array
vehicle: Object
turretPath: Array - see Description.
Return Value:
Return value needed

Examples

Example 1:
_soldierOne moveInTurret [_tank, [0, 0]]

Additional Information

See also:
See also needed

Notes

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Posted on March 6, 2008
Kronzky
To find out which turrets are available on a vehicle, and what the syntax is, you can use this little script.
Posted on February 13, 2014
hcpookie
Examples for nested turrets: MainTurret = _soldierOne moveInTurret [_tank, [0]] CommanderTurret = _soldierOne moveInTurret [_tank, [0, 0]] ... where: MainTurret is the standard BIS MainTurret... e.g: class Turrets { class MainTurret {}; }; CommanderTurret is the standard BIS CommanderTurret located on the MainTurret... e.g: class Turrets { class MainTurret { class Turrets { class CommanderTurret {}; }; }; };
Posted on March 18, 2014
Killzone_Kid
Here is a small function to find available turret paths for a given vehicle. It will only search 2 levels deep, hence called commonTurrets: KK_fnc_commonTurrets = { private ["_arr","_trts"]; _arr = []; _trts = configFile / "CfgVehicles" / typeOf _this / "Turrets"; for "_i" from 0 to count _trts - 1 do { _arr set [count _arr, [_i]]; for "_j" from 0 to count ( _trts / configName (_trts select _i) / "Turrets" ) - 1 do { _arr set [count _arr, [_i, _j]]; }; }; _arr }; Example call: hint str (vehicle player call KK_fnc_commonTurrets); //[[0],[0,0]] See also allTurrets