Link to .capx file (required!):
Steps to reproduce:
1. Run Preview
2. Notice grey boxes over yellow boxes move up
2. Notice grey boxes on right are not clipping the green tiles.
3. Push grey box into blue tile
4. Notice grey box does not want to go into the blue tile
Yellow box overlap makes them move up
Green box overlap makes them move out closest spot
Blue box overlap doesn't do anything until grey box is pushed into it.
Blue box should not interact with grey box.
Yellow box should act like green box
Green box should act the same, without the SOLID behavior on it.
Operating system & service pack: Win7x64
Construct 2 version:r134
Tested it a bunch and it seems like the "Push Out of Solid" action takes into account the Behavior "Solid" on objects. This is inconsistent with how it the movement of the custom movement behavior.
Custom Movement you have to program when and where for it to check for specific families/objects the object itself would consider "Solid" For the most part this works and allows for specific interactions, but this doesn't care for that.
If I'm using the triggers/actions incorrectly and this is intended, then I suggest some property modifiers for Custom Movement that allows it to ignore every Behavior "Solid" and allows you to select the objects/families it would recognize the Solid behavior from. I need to have an object that doesn't react to certain objects that are solids. (Like a weapon flying over water (which is solid to player and NPCs), but still hitting walls.)