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  • MovementManager.CurrentMoveTo.Type

    • Product: WRobot General Type: Bug Status: Unconfirmed

    MovementManager.CurrentMoveTo.Type is always none?

    I have a path that goes underwater when dead, the points have the "Swimming" type in the list of vectors but when checking MovementManager.CurrentMoveTo.Type the type is "None".

    I think this is probably why it isn't going underwater? and if not it would still be useful to have MovementManager.CurrentMoveTo.Type set so that I can add a MovementManager.GoUnderWater(); when the type is "Swimming".

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    If I do

    Logging.Write(MovementManager.CurrentPath.Find(x => x == MovementManager.CurrentMoveTo).ToStringNewVector());

    I get the Swimming type but MovementManager.CurrentMoveTo doesn't have it.

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    moveto can change from original path position (and wrobot don't parse type), use MovementManager.CurrentPath[MovementManager.PointId]

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