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How do i prevent an item from changing my camera angle?

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Hi Angel,

You may already have tried typing Esc, Shift+Esc and/or Ctrl-9 a few times. That might wrestle the camera back from the script(s) in your thing. And it is a script in the thing you're wearing that's causing the trouble.

If the thing is "mod", you can remove the script(s) that control your camera. If the thing contains multiple scripts for various functions, and there's one script just for the camera, that should be easy and fix your problem. You might be able to figure this out by looking at the script names. However, if there is only one script that moves the camera and also does other things you want, you'd have to modify the script. While the thing might be "mod", it's possible the script isn't, so your only recourse is to lose all the functionality of the thing.

And if the thing is "no-mod", there's not much you can do.

And finally, here's a helpful camera tip page...

http://blog.nalates.net/2011/07/24/second-life-camera-position-tips/

Good luck!

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Hi Angel,

You may already have tried typing Esc, Shift+Esc and/or Ctrl-9 a few times. That might wrestle the camera back from the script(s) in your thing. And it is a script in the thing you're wearing that's causing the trouble.

If the thing is "mod", you can remove the script(s) that control your camera. If the thing contains multiple scripts for various functions, and there's one script just for the camera, that should be easy and fix your problem. You might be able to figure this out by looking at the script names. However, if there is only one script that moves the camera and also does other things you want, you'd have to modify the script. While the thing might be "mod", it's possible the script isn't, so your only recourse is to lose all the functionality of the thing.

And if the thing is "no-mod", there's not much you can do.

And finally, here's a helpful camera tip page...

http://blog.nalates.net/2011/07/24/second-life-camera-position-tips/

Good luck!

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