Strange. Can you attach the map where it doesn't work? Also, here's a list of possible reasons why it couldn't cast in general:
• The caster doesn't have enough mana.
• The caster is not within range.
• The spell is on cooldown.
• Logic error with code.
Although your attached map works fine, so...
This site isn't really catered for Warcraft III anymore is it? I mean sure the help zone/submission section still exists, but I feel that it's relatively dead here with Warcraft III (well, at least compared to other sites). Anyway, I have a few questions:
- JASS/WC3 tags, are they gone...
That was merely an example to prove that enumerating in that fashion works. I assumed you had the same unit type for your missile, and that you simply attached the model as a special effect onto it. It simplifies things - having only one unit for all projectiles. This may be of some use to you...
It does work. This works:
Unit Group - Pick every unit in (Units of type Footman) and do (Actions)
Loop - Actions
If (All Conditions are True) then do (Then Actions) else do (Else Actions)
If - Conditions
(Distance between (Position of Blood Mage 0013...
What do you want people to say in posting this thread? Perhaps just code a simple projectile in GUI (not MUI, no hashtables and stuff that'll probably confuse you more) and then convert it to custom script. Try to understand JASS first I suppose?
DestroyTrigger() works by destroying the trigger. You probably aren't familiar with it because there is no GUI action for destroying triggers, only disabling (or turning off) them.
MoveUnitXY is probably called in another script which has an event. All things require an event to work.
Indeed it is meant to block all damage in the demo map. Strange how nothing happens upon testing. It should work without any editing. Place debug messages in the function to see if the code is actually running.
The ability name is actually Force by the way.
Firstly, having a 0.01 timer that checks whether a unit variable is null or not to perform code isn't the best approach. It is inefficient as the timer is always running. Also, 0.01 isn't the best figure for the period. Something like 0.025 - 0.04...
What do you mean normal scripts? I thought JassHelper checks all script to see if they're correct. If you save and allow it to run, it'll probably spit out a syntax error as Removelocation isn't a function.