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Sissy Rayna

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  1. Some of my neighbors have drapes on their windows and I'd like a little privacy? Where can I get those? Thanks!
  2. They are out there, be picky and keep looking. Mine only 'uses' me once in a while (when She does, it's OMG _ HOT!) but we just talk often. Michelle
  3. "It depends" as most have said, on the Dom/me. For me, most are pretty 'normal' as Mistress doesn't impose a lot of restrictions, I'd be happy to let you join me in world if you would like. Maybe we should ask however - are you REALLY feeling the urge to submit? Ping me in-world if you want to know more. Michelle
  4. I don't know what happened Sunday - I was in a perfectly normal looking area, but suddenly my camera position moved to about 1 m straight in front of my av's head, ie if I pan 180 degs, I wind up looking at my face, rather than the usual behind-and-slighty-above position. This isn't mouselook, which I can still get in and out of, and I get all the usual behaviors of pan, tilt, zoom and latch but based on the position in front of me - not so useful to see what's going on. Relogging didn't change anything, nor did multiple ESCs or any other camera control I could find. So I deleted everything, including pref files and downloaded a new copy of the viewer and installed that - same problem, so apparently (to me) this isn't something gone wrong in my files? My sense is that this is a simple fix to some value that just got out of whack, but I have not been able to find that field or checkbox. Can someone hint me to the fix? Tried the knowledge base - couldn't find anything helpful. Thanks! p.s., Per the tips below, I tried moving Camer a Distance and tht has no effect at all on what I see. Camera angle does. Also tried the debug setting for FocalPosition...changing them has no effect. Any more ideas? Thanks
  5. I don't know what happened yesterday - I was in a perfectly normal looking area, but suddenly my camera position moved to about 1 or 2 m straight above my av's head, ie if I pan down, I wind up looking at the top of my head, rather than the usual behind-and-slighty-above position. This isn't mouselook, which I can still get in and out of, and I get all the usual behaviors of pan, tilt, zoom and latch but based on the position right above me - not so useful to see what's going on as you're looking over everyone. Relogging didn't change anything. My sense is that this is a simple fix to some value that just got out of whack, but I have not been able to find that field or checkbox. Can someone hint me to the fix? Thanks!
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