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  • Adding a new web path to the main web


    ranarrthings
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     Tool works and the path is added when i look at the web node debug however the path is not connected to the main web. How do i link the nodes to the preexisting web? Also, how is the shortest walking path calculated? is it the least amount of nodes to destination or total length between nodes.

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    If you don't want to check the nodes id's you can use this to get the nearest web-node of a tile, then you just connect to your web

    Tile tileWithWebNode = new Tile(0,0,0);
    int searchRadius = 5;
    AbstractWebNode existingWebNode = ctx.getWalking().getWebPathFinder().getNearest(tileWithWebNode, searchRadius);
    
    // Now connect it to your own webnode (myNode)
    
    if(existingWebNode != null) {
      existingWebNode.addConnections(myNode);
    }
    
    // Then add and apply your node (myNode) to the web path finder
    
    getWalking().getWebPathFinder().addWebNode(myNode);

     

    Shortest walking path is calculated using A* on the web nodes if you are not local to the region you want to go. Otherwise it uses A* on local tiles

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    18 hours ago, Neffarion said:

    If you don't want to check the nodes id's you can use this to get the nearest web-node of a tile, then you just connect to your web

    Tile tileWithWebNode = new Tile(0,0,0);
    int searchRadius = 5;
    AbstractWebNode existingWebNode = ctx.getWalking().getWebPathFinder().getNearest(tileWithWebNode, searchRadius);
    
    // Now connect it to your own webnode (myNode)
    
    if(existingWebNode != null) {
      existingWebNode.addConnections(myNode);
    }
    
    // Then add and apply your node (myNode) to the web path finder
    
    getWalking().getWebPathFinder().addWebNode(myNode);

     

    Shortest walking path is calculated using A* on the web nodes if you are not local to the region you want to go. Otherwise it uses A* on local tiles

    AbstractWebNode webNode0 = new BasicWebNode(3032, 3831);
    AbstractWebNode webNode1 = new BasicWebNode(3034, 3828);
    AbstractWebNode webNode10 = new BasicWebNode(3122, 3835);
    AbstractWebNode webNode11 = new BasicWebNode(3130, 3837);
    AbstractWebNode webNode12 = new BasicWebNode(3137, 3845);
    AbstractWebNode webNode13 = new BasicWebNode(3149, 3849);
    AbstractWebNode webNode2 = new BasicWebNode(3040, 3822);
    AbstractWebNode webNode3 = new BasicWebNode(3050, 3822);
    AbstractWebNode webNode4 = new BasicWebNode(3059, 3822);
    AbstractWebNode webNode5 = new BasicWebNode(3069, 3821);
    AbstractWebNode webNode6 = new BasicWebNode(3080, 3817);
    AbstractWebNode webNode7 = new BasicWebNode(3089, 3818);
    AbstractWebNode webNode8 = new BasicWebNode(3095, 3822);
    AbstractWebNode webNode9 = new BasicWebNode(3112, 3825);
    webNode0.addConnections(webNode1);
    webNode1.addConnections(webNode0);
    webNode1.addConnections(webNode2);
    webNode10.addConnections(webNode11);
    webNode10.addConnections(webNode9);
    webNode11.addConnections(webNode10);
    webNode11.addConnections(webNode12);
    webNode12.addConnections(webNode11);
    webNode12.addConnections(webNode13);
    webNode13.addConnections(webNode12);
    webNode2.addConnections(webNode1);
    webNode2.addConnections(webNode3);
    webNode3.addConnections(webNode2);
    webNode3.addConnections(webNode4);
    webNode4.addConnections(webNode3);
    webNode4.addConnections(webNode5);
    webNode5.addConnections(webNode4);
    webNode5.addConnections(webNode6);
    webNode6.addConnections(webNode5);
    webNode6.addConnections(webNode7);
    webNode7.addConnections(webNode6);
    webNode7.addConnections(webNode8);
    webNode8.addConnections(webNode7);
    webNode8.addConnections(webNode9);
    webNode9.addConnections(webNode10);
    webNode9.addConnections(webNode8);
    AbstractWebNode existingNode0 = getWalking().getWebPathFinder().getNearest(webNode0, 10);
    AbstractWebNode existingNode1 = getWalking().getWebPathFinder().getNearest(webNode13, 10);
    existingNode0.addConnections(webNode0);
    existingNode1.addConnections(webNode13);
    WebFinder webFinder = getWalking().getWebPathFinder();
    AbstractWebNode[] webNodes = {webNode13, webNode12, webNode11, webNode10, webNode9, webNode8, webNode7, webNode6, webNode5, webNode4, webNode3, webNode2, webNode1, webNode0};
    for (AbstractWebNode webNode : webNodes) { webFinder.addWebNode(webNode);
    }

    The path is added and is connected on the web debug however if i stand my character anywhere on the new path, the bot just idles and does not know where to click. For context, the preexisting web path was taking a much longer route than needed so im attempting to add a shortcut that re connects to the main web on both ends. If i stand the bot anywhere on the main web it will continue to take the longer path even with the new path added.

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    • 11 months later...
    12 hours ago, Sicilian7 said:

    I'm having this exact same issue. Any experts got any tips about this?

    Have you turned on Debug Web nodes to make sure they are showing up in the mini-map?

     

    Also remember that the webWalker only works on Z index of 0

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