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Pathfinding for 2D : Failed to Create Agent Because it's Not Close Enough to the NavMesh

Discussion in 'Navigation' started by Kalita2127, Sep 26, 2015.

  1. Kalita2127

    Kalita2127

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    Hi guys.. so I was trying to make pathfinding 2D for my tower defense game.. I found this awesome tutorial on youtube

    This tutorial shows some tricks to make pathfinding on 2D. It uses cube position as an agent and the sprite position refer to it.
    I don't have idea how to instantiate both sprite and the agent(cube) to have the same position while they are child of the different parents.
    And when I tried to instantiate the agent it gives me a warning "Failed to Create Agent Because it's Not Close Enough to the NavMesh", but I already matched the agent position to the instantiated object(agent)