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I haven't found a good solution to this anywhere, does anyone know a way using moveandslide or moveandslidewithsnap that I can stop my player from moving up a wall?

A wall is just something my player can move on normally, isonwall will return true.

If I slide into a wall at the moment, and it's not completely vertical (around 55 degrees), my player will begin to slide up the wall, before moving down again.

What I want to do is to slide along the wall without going up it at all when I walk into it.

Any help would be appreciated.

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I don't have slopes, but my animated creatures would sometimes collide such that one could rise into the air, and stay there, moving around above the floor. To prevent this, I ticked the 'Y Motion' of the 'Axis Lock' Property of their KinematicBody3D, and they no longer float up. I don't know if this would solve your issue; try it, perhaps..?

Douglas

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