I have a character I’m using for the player, with a character controller and movement script attached. I also have an imported terrain model that the player is supposed to walk around on. But as soon as I press the up arrow key to move forward, my character gets launched into the air up to a certain height, and stays there. I’ve never had this problem before, and I’ve used these exact same scripts for the player in a different game and they worked fine. I even used the same character. I never had this problejm. The only thing that’s different is the imported terrain model. I tried using rigidbodies, I made sure I was using gravity in both the rigidbodies AND the project physics, I tried a different movement script and I made sure there were no other colliders on my character except for the character controller. Nothing helps. Also, when my character shoots up into the air, she starts to fall back down but stops, and just floats there. If I keep moving, she starts to fall at certain points but goes back up to the same height. And everywhere I go, wherever the terrain slopes upward, my character does too, meaning she always stays at the same height above the ground. Even when I walk into the wall of a bulding, she flies up even further and stays above the roof at the same height she was from the ground. It’s almost like there’s an invisible layer covering the entire terrain, and everytime I move I just pop up to the top of it. Can someone please help me figure out what’s causing this? Is there something I’m not checking?
is your character controller properly sized to your character? Try hitting play, then pause, and see if it stays properly lined up with the character. Otherwise, it may be a problem with the export from 3ds or whatever you’re using, in which case make sure the character is at the zero position when you export, just a guess… If you think the terrain might be the issue, replace it with a big box or something and see if that fixes it, in which case it may indeed be the mesh collider.
I finally figured it out. My terrain was TINY when I imported it, so I sized my character down to match it. It turns out that was the problem. I made everything a lot bigger and now my character stays on the ground. I still appreciate you guys trying to help though, thank you.
I ran into this problem and it has to do with the difference between your navigation height when you bake and the height of your Nav Mesh Agent on your model. You can fix it by offsetting the Nav Mesh Agent on your model, I don’t know if this affects path finding or whatever.