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Changing player size?
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Default Changing player size? - 13-04-2012

Hey,

A bit of a shot in the dark, since HLSDK is rather dead, but I've been trying to figure out how to change the player's size and having no luck.

I found the UTIL_SetSize function being called in the CBasePlayer::Spawn() function and tried to modify the parameters, but no changes were made. I tried changing the HULL_MIN/MAX in util.h, and nothing. I even tried doing a search for all hull-related values of -36 and 36 (the values used in the min/max definitions for human entities) and replacing them with 0, but still this did nothing.

Did GoldSrc hard-code the player size in the engine? Is it possible to change the player size in a minimally hacky way?

Cheers,
Jengerer

P.S, I'm using SDK 2.3 if that makes any difference at all.
  
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Default Re: Changing player size? - 13-04-2012

Try to find it in AMXX forums....
  
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Default Re: Changing player size? - 27-05-2012

It should be possible: Natural Selection did it.
Are you trying to use a larger model as well?
  
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