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Cursor  "get off objects before moving" does not run player movement

Issue Type: Status: Priority: Date Submitted: Votes:
Bug New High Wed 19th Oct 2016 5 votes Vote Up Vote Down
 
Found in version: Last Updated: Completed in version: Date Completed: Track Changes:
5.0.35.3 Thu 20th Oct 2016 Log In
 
DenkWed 19th Oct 2016 18:36
Library task "get off objects before moving" is executed when moving while seated on an object, but the player is not moved subsequently. It just says e.g. (getting off the chair) but the player is not moved.

Currently the work around is to add an action to the "get off objects before moving". The task to add is "run task player movement".
 
saabieThu 20th Oct 2016 02:26
"get off objects before moving" is set to "continue executing matching tasks (multiple matching)", but the next task in the chain is "Stand before moving".
This task fails with no restriction output and also has "continue executing matching tasks (multiple matching)" set, so the "Player movement task" should now run.
However this also has "This task can be overridden by other task restriction failures" set, and that is preventing it from running.
Unticking this option seems to fix the problem.
 
saabieThu 20th Oct 2016 02:26
Would these be better as run-before specific tasks?
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