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  1. Do you have a navmesh built? Without it the Crawler won't know where it can move.
  2. Take a look at the "Monster and Soldier AI" scripts in the Scripts- Objects- AI folder. That should get you started.
  3. Try this thread. and if that doesn't work try this one.
  4. https://www.ultraengine.com/learn/CPP/CustomWidgets
  5. Fair enough. Its difficult to do videos and to keep the content current. Especially with software that will be evolving over time.
  6. This might help. https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/languages/cpp
  7. Regarding the Video: -Good straight forward explanation of how to get started and excellent demonstration of how to use the example scripts. - Some umm and arrrs that could be fixed up. - I know the App Kit is aimed at experienced users but no explanation of how to get / use Visual studio. - You skipped the login process for Ultra App Kit.
  8. There is an C++ extension for VS Code.
  9. Looks good. Is this with Leadwerks 4 or UltraEngine?
  10. So Blender has an alternative to using gizmos. It allows for key presses as short cuts for object placement. The "G" key stands for grab and is a short cut for translation mode. First you left click the object you wish to move. The press g on the keyboard. Move your object to it new position and left click to mouse again to confirm the new position. Its very quick . Other keys such as x,y,z lock the object to those axis's. S is used for scale.
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