Difference between revisions of "moveInTurret"

From Bohemia Interactive Community
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m (Add more games)
Line 22: Line 22:
 
|gr1= Turrets
 
|gr1= Turrets
  
|descr= Moves the soldier into the vehicle's turret. (Immediately, without animation). ''turret path'' is an array of positions inside a turret, or positions inside a turret of a turret.
+
|descr= Moves the soldier into the vehicle's turret. (Immediately, without animation). ''turret path'' is an array of positions inside a turret, or positions inside a turret of a turret.<br>
<br>
+
[0] means first turret, [1] means second turret.<br>
<br>[0] means first turret.
+
[0,0] means first turret's first turret.<br>
<br>[1] means second turret.
+
[0,1] means first turret's second turret.<br>
<br>[0,0] means first turret of first turret.
+
[1,0] means second turret's first turret, etc.
<br>[0,1] means second turret of first turret.
+
{{Feature|informative|See [[AI Group Vehicle Management]] for more information.}}
<br>[1,0] means first turret of the second turret.
 
<br>And so on.
 
  
 
|s1= unitName [[moveInTurret]]  [vehicle, turretPath]
 
|s1= unitName [[moveInTurret]]  [vehicle, turretPath]

Revision as of 23:57, 5 August 2021

Hover & click on the images for description

Description

Description:
Moves the soldier into the vehicle's turret. (Immediately, without animation). turret path is an array of positions inside a turret, or positions inside a turret of a turret.
[0] means first turret, [1] means second turret.
[0,0] means first turret's first turret.
[0,1] means first turret's second turret.
[1,0] means second turret's first turret, etc.
See AI Group Vehicle Management for more information.
Groups:
Turrets

Syntax

Syntax:
unitName moveInTurret [vehicle, turretPath]
Parameters:
unitName: Object
vehicle: Object
turretPath: Array - see Description.
Return Value:
Nothing

Examples

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

Additional Information

See also:
allTurretsfullCrewassignAsTurretmoveInAnymoveInCargomoveInCommandermoveInDrivermoveInGunnerassignAsCargoassignAsCommanderassignAsDriverassignAsGunnerGetInTurret

Notes

Report bugs on the Feedback Tracker and/or discuss them on the Arma Discord or on the Forums.
Only post proven facts here! Add Note
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