I posted a comment to another question on the Answer Hub but it has been several days with no reply from an Epic Staff or anyone who can help.
For some reason, I am unable to get navmeshes to work when using Play In Editor, even in a default Third Person project. In the editor viewport, the navmesh is visible and editable, but when I hit Play, I am unable to see the full navmesh even after...
I believe that it is a bug with the NavMesh and would like it investigated ASAP as its holding up a few things.
If this isnt a Bug could someone explain as to what exactly is going wrong and why it is acting the way it is.
I have a few questions that will help narrow down what issue it is that you are experiencing.
Can you reproduce this issue in a clean project?
If so, could you provide a detailed list of steps in order to reproduce this issue on our end?
Have you tired rebuilding paths/replacing the nav mesh that is causing the issue?
Has the project that you are currently using been upgraded from an older version of the engine?
Ive tried rebuilding paths and new Navmesh bounds as well but no change.
Infact yes this is a converted project from 4.8 to 4.9 (It was not converted into any preview builds before 4.9 full release).
Heres a video of it in a new 4.9 First person template project.
I have a few more questions for you.
Could you provide the nav mesh settings that you are using?
Could you provide any changes that you may have made to the template project?
Could you provide the command that is being used during runtime to show the nav mesh (I am using Show Navigation and I am not seeing the result that you are seeing)?
The command that you are using is meant to only show the parts of the nav mesh that are currently active. This means what you are seeing is the intended functionality of this command. If you would like to see the complete nav mesh you could use the ‘~’ key to open the command prompt and you could then type in “Show Navigation”, this will show the whole nav mesh. I hope that this information helps.
Make it a great day