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I noticed interesting thing, if on unit/building remove ✔️ Named “Hitable”, so the unit can be selected only through army controller by clicking on it’s icon or only using selection area with left mouse click and selecting area (if object is building, than only through area selecting). I if I ll try to just click on unit on map, it will not be selected. Same effect gives object if we remove ✔️ Named “Selectable”. Anyone knows, why by making unit not Hitable, game also disables selecting it on game map just by single click on it?

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'Hitable' means you can attack it

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I know...I mean, if remove parameter Hitable, but leave selectable, the unit cannot be selected for unknown reason

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hitable could also mean that the object is clickable (by cursor), but i'm not sure

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MrMorgana wrote:
Thu Jun 18, 2020 9:19 am
hitable could also mean that the object is clickable (by cursor), but i'm not sure
Yes, that’s what I actually wanted to say...Thanks MrMorgana🙂...While you remove parameter Hitable, the object now cannot receive damage or be attacked, but it also cannot be selected by clicking on it with cursor. Though, it’s still can be selected through other way xD

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You can still drag a selection rectangle, right?

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Yep, that’s right

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