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Warcraft model health Bar Height

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I think it is attached to the overhead attachment point height. If a unit does not have it, the health bar can be at weird places.

Check if the model has an attachemnt point named overhead with War3 model editor.

There is a tutorial about how to add your own attachment point.
 
I think it is attached to the overhead attachment point height. If a unit does not have it, the health bar can be at weird places.

Check if the model has an attachemnt point named overhead with War3 model editor.

There is a tutorial about how to add your own attachment point.

Lol... SO it's the Attachment Point? Will Try it Later, thx, (I know how to Add attachment Point xd)
 

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not sure if you already solve this, but i came across google and search about this and found some people have same problem with me :D

i try this method and it works well for me :

1. I use War3ModelEditor to open the model
2. Open Sequence Animation
3. Edit only once animation (i choose "STAND" )
4. Check on Maximun Extent Z. if your model health bar is to high, decrease the number. if low, increase the number
5. Save and test the model in-game

hope it's help (and sorry for my english if'it bad)
 
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not sure if you already solve this, but i came across google and search about this and found some people have same problem with me :D

i try this method and it works well for me :

1. I use War3ModelEditor to open the model
2. Open Sequence Animation
3. Edit only once animation (i choose "STAND" )
4. Check on Maximun Extent Z. if your model health bar is to high, decrease the number. if low, increase the number
5. Save and test the model in-game

hope it's help (and sorry for my english if'it bad)
Thank you very much , it works for me =)
 

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