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Client source, ActorInstanceCollisionDetection.cpp

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BOOL CActorInstance::TestActorCollision(CActorInstance& rVictim)

Write your conditions inside that function.



Disable collision with pets:

	if (rVictim.GetRace() >= 34001 && rVictim.GetRace() <= 34099)
		return FALSE;


To disable collision with stones, just add another condition with the vnum range of the stones or individually if you only want it disabled for specific stones. NOTE: You should add a check to see if the player is attacking or not. I have never disabled the collision with metin stones so I am unsure if you'll be able to attack them anymore without a check.


Untested Example for all metin stones(at least I think that's all of them):

	if (!isAttacking() && rVictim.GetRace() >= 8001 && rVictim.GetRace() <= 8206)
		return false;


I advise you against disabling collision with houses and other objects since you'll just go right through them so they become useless.


That can be done from __TestObjectCollision


If you have any questions, let me know here or on Discord: Amun#3808

Good luck !

Edited by Amun
Added example for stones.
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