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    Multiple pathfinding with Pathfinding Object

    Can somebody please explain how to achieve multiple pathfinding using the Pathfinding object? Every example mfa that I've found so far requires the outdated ForEach extension, which I can't install on Clickteam Fusion 2.5. I've been trying to use multiple duplicates of the Pathfinding object, but it seems impossible to get each NPC to read/write data to its corresponding Pathfinding object Any help would be appreciated.

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    ForEach extension is not outdated... It has features built in for each does not and its still viable as an extension, you should install it and look at those examples.

    You cant use more than 1 pathfinding object in frame, it will bug the whole thing.

    http://dark-wire.com/store/extlist.php

    Also when on topic of pathfinding object, when will someone look at my bug report: http://bugbox.clickteam.com/issues/2574

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    The darkwire link for the ForEach object doesn't work. I tried to download it from the link in this thread, but when i try to install it it just says it can't because MMF2 isn't installed on my computer.

    Hmm, that would explain a lot. I read something about it, but I thought it meant using a clone of the object, not that you wouldn't be able to use two duplicates. Thanks for clarifying that.

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    Hi Erkabubben. I can make a zip file so you would then be able to install the ForEach extension manually into CTF2.5.

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    Thanks Marv, but I just found it in the extension manager. I feel so stupid, I thought for sure I had already checked there =/ Sorry for taking up your time with this.

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    No worries. It's fun to work with everyone.

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    The Tower Defense link in my sig uses multi pathfinding and native 2.5 ForEach if you want to check it out.

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    Lightbulb Multiple Pathfinding Example

    Thanks for the help everyone, I finally figured out a way to do it My method is quite different from SolarB:s though, so I thought I'd upload an example mfa of it. The only extension required apart from the Pathfinding object is the Advanced Direction object. The main benefit with my method is that it can be used with the built-in movements, as it doesn't require perfect collision detection. If you have any comments or ideas for improvements, please feel free to let me know. Hmm, let's see now... this is the first time I'm uploading something to the forum, so I hope I'll get it right...

    Multiple Pathfinding by Erkabubben.mfa

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    You got it right and thanks for sharing.

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    Very nice!

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