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Avatar's steps are not accurate enough.

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I like going to Vista Animations. They have square pads you can stand on to sample their animations. But in Firestorm's default settings(can't find them) it makes the smallest movement of the avatar too big for accuracy. I can't place my avi in the center of the pads because the smallest movement is so large that it displaces it off the pad. Is there a Firestorm parameter that controls the accuracy of avi movements?

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You really should join the Firestorm support group. The amount of questions you direct here looking for answers in relation to the viewer and then waiting, you could get replies for in minutes in world. 

Most of these pads that you see around in places that sell animations are often there to sit on and then you can scroll through the set of animations, you dont have to walk onto them precisely.  (I havent been to vista in a long time so im speaking generally here). Try to right click and sit and see if that helps. Secondly, there is no parameter as such for movement, you walk you run, there's no setting for how iarge a step you take. You can hold down the space bar when walking to slow down the movement speed

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Not sure what you're referring to.

The avatar is placed at the center of the pad. Some animation with movement (roaming stand, for example) will cause you to walk off the pad because the area of movement is larger than the pad.

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11 hours ago, HunniHope said:

You really should join the Firestorm support group. The amount of questions you direct here looking for answers in relation to the viewer and then waiting, you could get replies for in minutes in world. 

Thanks, HunniHope. I followed your advice and in chat with them, it was suggested I right-click on the pad for options, and doing so, I found the "try it" option which solved that problem.

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7 hours ago, Qa Boa said:

Some animation with movement (roaming stand, for example) will cause you to walk off the pad because the area of movement is larger than the pad.

Thanks, Qa Boa. I've noticed that, which is very interesting.

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