Way to make objects under rotate and move commands "rideable" (Wishlist)

Way to make objects under rotate and move commands "rideable" // Wishlist

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birdmike

Feb 14, 2001, 10:01pm
How about a way to make the move and rotate commands on an object allow the
object to move you? I don't know how it could be done, but it would be
interesting to see things like realistic rollercoasters, cars, ski lifts,
etc. Maybe a way to move the avatar along with the object without a bot?

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j b e l l

Feb 15, 2001, 4:39am
this came up in the beta news group.. you unfortunetely can't "ride"
objects.. can't remember why they said you couldn't.. just rememebr that you
can't hehe..

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crazy glue il

Feb 15, 2001, 9:16pm
No he said i t would take a new code, or something like that, but its
possible :D

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35850 !

Feb 16, 2001, 10:53am
Basically, they'd need to write a real physics engine - or at least, a part
of a real physics engine - in order to get objects to be able to correctly
push you or be rideable. Personally, I think a nice physics engine would be
an addition worth doing.

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sw chris

Feb 16, 2001, 10:32pm
Me too. Me too!

:)
SW Chris

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agent fox mulder

Feb 20, 2001, 4:02pm
I think You could have like Create bump warp 10e 10n,move 10 soemthing
like that

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