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NavigationMeshInstance tutorial

MagramMagram Posts: 1Member

I'm trying to learn how to use NavigationMeshInstance to implement a click-to-move functionnality to my game.
The problem is, whatever I try, it doesn't work as I want it to.

I added to whole project on this post since it's very small.

Here are the issues I'm trying to fix:

1- When the player moves, it sinks in the ground.

2- Movement ignores collision. I know I can fix this one by altering the NavigationMeshInstance so it doesn't go into obstacles, but I don't know how to do that.

3- I am unable to add multiple NavigationMeshInstance to the click-to-move algorithm. In my project, there is a floor, a slope, and a platform but only the floor's NavigationMeshInstance is taken into account.

I tried looking for a tutorial online.
The only thing I found is the navmesh demo on github, which I drew heavy inspiration from to make what I currently have. But it's only a demo, it doesn't explain anything.

I also know I could create all the stuff I need in Blender then import it in Godot, but since I don't know how to use Blender I'd rather learn how to do navigation directly in Godot.

Thanks !

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