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  1. Good afternoon. I was surprised to learn that the most recent stable update (Build Forty) and the current IWBUMS version (Build Forty-One) added a mechanic where any form of backing up into zombies caused significant damage to an automobile's trunk, no matter how slow or meticulous. I find this both odd and unrealistic, as the only thing running over something at a very, very slow speed could do was burst the tires or significantly damage the suspension. As I search for a Mod or setting to change this, I should indicate what I do not want: I do not want to strengthen any part of the vehicle but the trunk. I do not want to affect crashing into the environment, into trees, into buildings or signs, or other such objects. I do not want to affect running into zombies at a high speed. What setting would adjust the damage to a vehicle's trunk when it collides with a zombie in slow motion? Does the setting for hitting zombies differ from the setting for hitting the environment? Thank you for any assistance you may render. Warm regards and bodies, -TURTLESHROOM
  2. Hi again. For a mod I'm currently writing I want to check if a square can be traversed in a direction. Currently, I do this: local cell = getCell();local sq = cell:getGridSquare(x, y, 0); -- Need ground floorif sq:getProperties():Is(IsoFlagType.collideN) then -- do somethingendThis works fine for walls, but unfortunately not for windows, doors and probably also not for player-built walls.Is there a reliable way to check if a tile can be traversed in a certain direction?
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