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Gap Jump Issues


I have seen tracks that have working gap jumps/crossovers, but I must not be doing things right. Because on my Los Angeles and Texas RallyCross tracks, I always get a result like this:

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I have come to the conclusion that the jump is messed up, the crossover would work find if I figured out why I keep hitting invisible walls when jumping.


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8/2/2012, 12:35 am Link to this post PM 2chance1 Blog
 
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Re: Gap Jump Issues


Is EVERY track segment anywhere near the problem area set to Open on Left and Open on Right?

And I can't tell what your height settings are, you may have a spot between segment tie points that is causing the problem.

And is every single X point set for Mode Absolute? If not, your car can hit the end of an X section like a brick wall.


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Everything is open on left and right. So I'm thinking its the mode absolute.
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Re: Gap Jump Issues


You're getting what they call elsewhere a divide by 0 error, the physics engine is having a spat because the down section of the launch ramp is too sharp.

Try making the ramps slightly longer and more inclined up so that the car is launched off the ground itself before the end of the ramp, then don't make the down section so sharp and it won't happen.

Last edited by Smiffsden, 8/22/2012, 7:50 am
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