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Jan 31 2010, 10:00
I have a small ask,
how can i adjust the position on an Infantry Model so that Backpacks (these from ACE) are in the right position?
On my model the backpack is a little bit displaced :butbut:
Thanks for help!
Jan 31 2010, 15:38
What do you mean, placement on the model? Or where the ruck sacks are attached with ACE? I believe the rucks are attached to the selection "SPINE" in ACE. I could be wrong however. The image below shows the position of an ILBE ruck.
Jan 31 2010, 16:31
I mean the ACE Backpacks, these wich you can grap from the weapon chest.
When i pick up such an Backpack its not correct fitted to my model.
What i had to fix this up?
Feb 5 2010, 15:42
Here are some pics of what i mean:
http://s2.imgimg.de/thumbs/arma2201002051737511495aa666djpg.jpg (http://www.imgimg.de/bild_arma2201002051737511495aa666djpg.jpg.html)http://s2.imgimg.de/thumbs/arma2201002051738080058fd5b85jpg.jpg (http://www.imgimg.de/bild_arma2201002051738080058fd5b85jpg.jpg.html)
Its an backpack from the ACE Backpackchest. Its too much on the left side O.o
What can i do?
Feb 5 2010, 16:04
As far as I was aware that was an issue with the ACE Backpack models themselves not being correctly placed, as I seem to remember them doing that on stock units too. That said, I may be wrong.
If you go an adjust the AT launcher proxy to compensate, it'll bugger up using AT weapons (as they wont sit correctly in your hands), so I believe its down to ACE to fix that.
Feb 5 2010, 16:06
But it looks on all units fine just on mines :/
UPDATE: Ok i tested it with differnt units, its not just on mines.
Ok if thats an ACE related thing i will create an ticket for it.
UPDATE2: Ticket created here: http://dev-heaven.net/issues/8844
thx Jackal326 for your info :)
Feb 7 2010, 21:29
i get the same thing with my aussie regular force and nz regular force units ive done up so your not the only one
Feb 8 2010, 08:23
The center of selection is the point for adding the attachment. You can offset it by adding a single verticle a bit to the side of soldier and adding it to the SPINE selection, that will offset the center of selection.
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