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Hi allStill problem with building crash with macro's that created with fsds2 compiled with scasm in the "scc" it can be edit from ther I try all the option's from the 13-8-03 "Building crash code in SCASM macros" 1) ; CRASH DetectionIfVarRange3( :NoCrash 37E -312 312 382 0 993 386 -501 501 )ReturnSetVar( 0284 14 ):NoCrashfrom the first post by bjorn2)"33B" replacing the "37e" by arno3)replace to this lines in the proper place "; CRASH DetectionCrashStart( :NoCrash 1250 ) ; see Note 1CrashOctTree( 0x14 ; crash type code, 14 = building -312 0 -501 ; crash box origin relative to RefPoint 614 993 1002 ; crash box size 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; offsets to crash nodes 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 ; node 1 ):NoCrash"by Gerrishstill crashing help help helpDavid

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What is your problem? Do you want no crash at all or only remove the crash when you view around your plane and then hit the building?

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I wont to reduce the area of the crash to minimum when the plane tuch the building let him crash but when i move Eye point orund and im not near the building let him leavedavid

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OK, I think the code Gerrish posted works best then. But of course you need to adjust the size to match your own building.

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do you mean to reduce the numbers in the ":crash box size"or in some other line or bothdavid

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Yes, but maybe also the offset (line above) depends on how you obect is orientated compared to the RefPoint.

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O.K. I give it a Hard tryI'll tell if it's work'sThank's ArnoDavid

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