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- Defines the time between condition satisfaction and waypoint finish (randomly from min to max, with an average value mid).
- waypoint setWaypointTimeout [min, mid, max]
- waypoint: Array - format Waypoint
- min: Number
- mid: Number
- max: Number
- Return Value:
- Example 1:
- [_grp, 2] setWaypointTimeout [5, 10, 6];
- See also:
- waypoints deleteWaypoint copyWaypoints setCurrentWaypoint setWaypointBehaviour setWaypointCombatMode setWaypointCompletionRadius setWaypointDescription setWaypointFormation setWaypointHousePosition setWaypointPosition setWaypointScript setWaypointSpeed setWaypointStatements setWaypointType setWaypointVisible waypointAttachVehicle waypointAttachedVehicle setWaypointLoiterRadius waypointLoiterRadius addWaypoint setWaypointLoiterType waypointTimeoutCurrent waypointSpeed
- Posted on Dec 12, 2010 - 00:32 (UTC)
- The example doesn't seem to make sense, according to the listed syntax. It seems to set a Max time greater than the Mid time.
- Posted on Dec 12, 2010 - 03:30 (UTC)
- If mid is greater than max, the result will be really near the mid value. Results with the values of the example: 8.237, 9.383, 10.425, 9.417, 9.43401, 10.425, 9.90601, 9.96701, 9.42401, 9.42502, 9.96698, 9.89999...