Viewerhelp:Pathfinding linksets

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Filter by Name   Enter text by which to filter the linkset list based on Name attribute.
Filter by Description   Enter text by which to filter the linkset based on the Description attribute.
Filter by linkset use...   Click to display only the linksets that match selected use.
Apply   Click to apply the filters to the linkset list.
Clear   Click to clear the filters and return the linkset list back to the original un-filtered contents.
Refresh list   Click to refresh the linkset list from the server. Use after you add or delete a linkset inworld.
Select all   Click to select all linksets in the list.
Select none   Click to deselect all selected linksets in the list.
Show Beacon   Select to display a beacon indicating the inworld location of each selected linkset. Use to locate hard-to-find or invisible linksets in the region.
Take   Click to take the selected linkset(s) into your inventory.
Take Copy   Click to take a copy of the selected linkset(s) into your inventory.
Teleport Me To It   Teleports you to the selected linkset. Useful to find faraway linksets. Note this button is only enabled when you have selected one linkset.
Return   Click to returns the selected linkset(s) to the owner's inventory.
Delete   Click to delete the selected linkset(s) from the region.
Choose Linkset Use   Change the linkset use attribute of the selected linkset(s).
Walkability Coefficients   Enter individual walkability coefficients for each character type (A, B, C, D).

Walkability coefficients range from 0% to 100% to determine the influence the effect the linkset has on a character's speed while the character is traversing across the linkset object.

For example, a linkset with Walkability Coefficient of 50% for character type A will cause characters of type A to reduce their speed by half while the character is traversing the object.

Apply Changes   Click to apply changes to the selected linkset(s) use type and/or walkability coefficients.

Notes

  • For linksets with use fields marked as "[restricted]", only certain linkset use modes are available. This restriction is the result of the object not having modifiable permission enabled for the user.
  • For linksets with use fields marked as "[concave]", the linkset use modes for Material Volume and Exclusion Volume are not available. This restriction is the result of the shape object not being convex. All pathfinding volumes must be convex.
  • The "[Terrain]" linkset is available to be viewed and edited by the estate managers only. Additionally, while the walkability coefficients for the "[Terrain]" linkset are modifiable by estate managers, the Linkset Use field of "[Terrain]" linkset is not modifiable by anyone and will always be "Walkable".
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