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Old 08-07-2012, 05:58 AM
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Default is there a way to determine where planes will spawn on an airfield?

the title says it all....
on the "hardcoded" airfields there are the airfield points included, which also seem to determine the spawnpoints for planes...
the problem is, that many of them are in hangars, which most of the time causes the ai to kill itself in the attempt to get out of the hangar, or it refuses completely to even start its engines and stays on the ground forever...
this really sucks..as i want to create a online mission for our ACG server, where AI planes should spawn in parking position on airfields, where also players can spawn...the problem now is, that half of my ai kills itself even before take off....

i remember that i once was somehow able, to get "access" to those "hardcoded" spawn/waypoints of airfields...but i did it by accident back then, and i just cannot remember anymore how i achieved this.

i have also seen, that if you create an airfield by yourself, you can add points to it as well, and then indeed the plane will spawn from there,...but somehow im not able to create several independent points, but only a "row", of which only the first seems to work.then the ai planes will spawn in that 1st waypoint, but then instead of taxing to the runway, they will beam themself to takeoff position.

i did try, to place static planes into the hangars, so that no ai or player planes spawn there, but then the problem is again, that the ai planes will spawn somewhere on the edge of the airfield, and when they start their engines, they will magically beam themselfes to the runway for takeoff position....

any help???
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