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shpagin

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Anyone know where list of IF44 animations can be found?  Do Arma animations work with IF44?
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Gunter Severloh

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Have no idea about a list, possibly one of the IFR guys would know, but Im sure they would work in IF as Arma2Co is IF's engine.
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Here is a good reference: ARMA2 MOVES.
Most of them work in Iron Front.

Some animations will not loop unless a soldier is in CARELESS state, for example: AidlPpneMstpSnonWnonDnon_SleepC_talk
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I tried this animation I found: "AmovPercMstpSsurWnonDnon"
This raises the soldiers hands in surrender behind his head,but he does not keep his hands up,just a split second or so.
Anybody know a better anim or how to loop this sequence so his hands stay up&behind his head?

PS. He was in a careless state,so that's not the reason why...
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playmove or switchmove?
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Use disableAI "autoTarget" and he should hold his hands up.

The CARELESS state does not have to apply to all animations.
In case of
AidlPpneMstpSnonWnonDnon_SleepC_talk, it does.
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Used this in the AI's init Field (unit is called ivan1): this setunitpos "up"; removeAllWeapons ivan1; ivan1 switchmove "AmovPercMstpSsurWnonDnon";

This Works,he keeps his hands up and follows you(rotates) if you move. Use   this disableai "move"; if you don't want him to move a muscle.

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i checked the list of BIS and most working
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I am having an issue in "IF in Arma 2" with one animation:

When I have the weapon in aimed mode and walk sidewarts it looks like slow motion and thats not really handy to use.

Anyone knows how to fix this?

greetz,

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Same problem here!
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Are you guys using my IFWarMod when you get this issue?
or Just IFA2 by itself?

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I use the IFWarmod of course! [smile]

This mod is an epic masterpiece of modding!

Do you have an idea of fixing it?

The animation is connected to all characters in Arma 2 - germans, UK, US and so on.

It look like slow motion^^ - I checked the original movement in Iron Front standalone and the feet move faster and the charcters themselves move slightly faster - maybe 50% faster. ( as I could see )


Hopefully i could give you helpful informations for that. [smile]



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I use the IFWarmod too.
Its a important piece of Iron Front in Arma 2.

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After some tests i found out its not IFWarMod
Its not Arma2CO itself, so its something in IFA2 that causes it.

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What could it be? Maybe there are the 2 animations that cross each other?

Would it help to delete the original one of Arma 2?
But which is it?
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