GetNearest return error NNInfo when I use more then one GridGrapj

hi.
I’m using more than one Grid Graph in one scene.
And I code like this

``````    for (int i = 0; i < AstarPath.active.data.graphs.Length; i++)
{
var graph = AstarPath.active.data.graphs[i] as GridGraph;
if (graph.name.Equals(graphName))
{
var nn = NNConstraint.Default;
nn.walkable = true;
return  AstarPath.active.GetNearest(position, nn);
}
}
``````

But the NNInfo returned included position like (-19505,-15400,0) (biiiiiiiig number), why? And thanks…

Hi

Not sure. How exactly are you reading the position?

Note that `node.position` is an Int3, not a Vector3. You can convert it to a Vector3 using `(Vector3)nnInfo.node.position`.

Sorry, I just recoded it.
Now I get a random grid node first,like the doc said (Wandering AI Tutorial)

// For grid graphs
randomNode = grid.nodes[Random.Range(0, grid.nodes.Length)];

and then use the GetNearest function like I said in the question with custom NNConstraint using GraphMask.Like:

AstarPath.active.GetNearest((Vector3)gridNode.position, nn);

And I still got a wrong answer ⊙︿⊙
Before I convert it , x or y value in node position is a minus,after I convert it still though

Hi

Why do you use GetNearest on a node position? You already have the node.

Sorry!!! MY FAULT!!! I forget to conver the world position to local position

Cause not all the nodes are avaliable now,so I wanna get a new node avaliable. Or is there a quickly way to find a random & walkable node?

And I found that once if I let about 10 characters wander togegher,it’s easily to get the positions nearby
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