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Immovable Object? Bug?

Actors refuse to move; using the 'move to' or 'move' behavior, and I tried interpolating the X and Y values but that didn't work either... the 'Display Text' behavior isn't working either...

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  • AlkaPPAlkaPP Posts: 194Member, PRO

    You should create a demo project and upload it here to show that those behaviors not working, so people can download and try to feature out why it's not working since I don't have any issues with those behaviors right now.

    Maybe at least a screenshot of your rules.

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  • tatiangtatiang Posts: 11,815Member, Sous Chef, PRO, Senior Sous-Chef

    An important distinction is whether this is happening with every project file or not. For example, if you create a new, blank project and add an actor with a move behavior, does that work? Is it limited to a single project and/or only older projects?

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  • AlchimiaStudiosAlchimiaStudios Posts: 1,024Member, PRO

    Does the actor have the self attribute located under physics called "movable" unchecked?

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  • rainwaterstudiosrainwaterstudios Posts: 172Member, PRO

    @AlkaPP I can take a screenshot but I don't see how it would help; any rule in this actor (or any other actor) above a UI element isn't functional.
    @tatiang it seems to only be happening in the project, which I just created yesterday.
    @AlchimiaStudios it's checked.
    Okay, I seem to have narrowed down the error to the scene layers. If the object to be moved is underneath a UI element, it seems to work. If the object is above the UI element, though, it refuses to follow behaviors. Any suggestions? Thanks for the input guys.

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