+1 vote

Use isonwall to detect when an enemy collides with a wall, to change its direction. But I don't want this to happen with the player, I want him to ignore this when he collides with the player to keep looking at the direction of this

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+2 votes

The easiest way would be to put them on different collision layers for e.g.
Walls on layer 1, Player on 1 & 2 and Enemy on 1 & 3.
The enemy can then have an area set to layer 2/the player's layer for any interaction.

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