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Posted 22 December 2007 - 09:09

OK, putting it as simply as I can:

I want to put new NVGs on my units without resorting to scripts. This can be done by changing the paths of the NVG proxy of a unit; and has been done before (for example, the spy from Queen's Gambit has a custom NVG model).

However... it's not working for me. Whenever I change the path of the proxy, and I know the path is correct, because the custom NVG model appears in the correct place, the model does not act like NVGs, that is, it never goes away.

Things that just don't add up:

a) The path of the BIS NVG proxy is \ca\weapons\NVG_proxy. Such a directory doesn't exist. Assuming the \ca\ is somehow a pseudonym for the ArmA addons folder, I tried using \ca\myaddonscustomNVGpath, but still got farked up NVGs.

B) There doesn't seem to be a single entry in all of the standard models' code, hex edited or otherwise, or config that points towards the standard BIS NVG model's path, but it seems to be the only thing that works!

Please, I REALLY need help with this one - I don't want to have to weigh my units down with scripts again. Lend a brother a hand. Posted Image

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Posted 22 December 2007 - 09:20

In your soldier config, create a custom proxy:

<table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><tr><td>Code Sample </td></tr><tr><td id="CODE">class cfgNonAIVehicles
       {
       //Inherit the base class
       class ProxyGoggles;

       class ProxyMyNVGoggles : ProxyGoggles
               {
               model="\MyAddon\MyNVGoggles.p3d";
               };
       };[/QUOTE]

In your *.p3d create a proxy and point it to the one in your config proxy:MyNVGoggles. After that the game engine will handle the rest.





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Posted 22 December 2007 - 09:28

Fixed, fixed, fixityfixfixfixed!





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Posted 22 December 2007 - 17:01

Also, the path ca\weapons\NVG_proxy.p3d does exist.

It points to the weapons.pbo inside which is the NVG_proxy.p3d model and presumable its textures.


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Posted 03 January 2008 - 01:31

...(for example, the spy from Queen's Gambit has a custom NVG model)

He does?

This was news to me so I loaded up ArmA only to find that the spy in my install has just come back from the future where he's had 10th generation NV retinal implants done
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Sorry for bumping this solved thread I just feel a bit ripped off, however I don't consider it worth a new thread in troubleshooting.

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Posted 11 July 2011 - 05:04

I am having the same problem and the solution is not working for me in ArmA2 CO. I made a model of PVS-14 and made a proxy with the path to the model I also added this in my config:

class CfgNonAIVehicles {
	class ProxyGoggles;	// External class reference
	class ProxyNVG_Proxy;
	class pvs14_proxy : ProxyNVG_Proxy {
	 model = "\mar_inf_marines\data\msot\gear\pvs_14\pvs14_proxy.p3d";
	};
};

class CfgWeapons {
	class Default;
	class Binocular;
	class NVGoggles;
	
	class PVS14: NVGoggles {
  		displayName = "PVS-14";
  		nameSound = "nvgoggles";
  		simulation = "NVGoggles";
  		showEmpty = 0;
  		muzzlePos = "usti hlavne";
  		muzzleEnd = "konec hlavne";
  		value = 5;
  		opticsZoomMin = 1.0;
  		opticsZoomMax = 1.0;
  		modelOptics = "\ca\weapons\optika_night";
  		model = "\mar_inf_marines\data\msot\gear\pvs_14\pvs14_proxy";
  		picture = "\mar_inf_marines\data\msot\gear\pvs_14\mar_pvs14_ca.paa";

  		class Library  {
   			libTextDesc="Night vision goggles are intended for observation and terrain orientation at night. They work by intensifying the already available light in conditions of low illumination using, for instance, light from the moon or the stars.";
	      };
  			descriptionShort = "Night Vision Goggles";
 	};
 };

The proxy is not acting like the BI NVG proxy, as it shows all the time (even during the day) Any suggestions???

Edited by Meatball0311, 11 July 2011 - 05:37.

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Posted 16 July 2011 - 13:08

class cfgNonAIVehicles {
	class ProxyGoggles;	// External class reference
	
	class ProxyANPVS14 : ProxyGoggles {
		scope = public;
		model = "\DDAM_Basis\ANPVS14.p3d";
	};
	
	class ProxyANPVS7 : ProxyGoggles {
		scope = public;
		model = "\DDAM_Basis\ANPVS7.p3d";
	};
};


in the proxy you need to link / path to the new NVG
(double click on the proxy and enter ei \ddam_basis\anpvs14 )