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"Hearing" radius (Bots)

"Hearing" radius // Bots

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john viper

Nov 5, 2000, 11:51pm
Hello!

This seems the best place to ask this question -- does anyone know what the "hearing radius" is for
AW? (In other words, how far away do you have to be from a person not to hear em anymore?) Also is
it a circle or a square in the way its measured?

Thanks a load :-)
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xelag

Nov 6, 2000, 12:39am
Hi,

the hearing zone is a square LOL, about 400m wide, with you in the middle.
The maximum number of ppl and bots you can hear is 50 even in that zone,
depending on your settings (I'm not sure about browsers, but this holds for
bots). To be sure not to hear someone, you must be at least 200m N, S W or
E away from them (20 aw coordinates, 400 building clicks).

XelaG

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john viper

Nov 6, 2000, 1:21am
Thanks -- and thank God and Roland too that they are square cuz if they were round I would have to
fit a square into a circle -- and to think people complain about converting polygons to triangles
LOL! anyway thank you very much :-)
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John Viper
http://www.jtsoft.net
"Voting for Al Gore is like shooting yourself in the butt -- it will hurt" - Unknown

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the derek

Nov 12, 2000, 5:14am
i believ its 20-30 coords in a circle not sure though
[View Quote] > Hello!
>
> This seems the best place to ask this question -- does anyone know what the "hearing radius" is for
> AW? (In other words, how far away do you have to be from a person not to hear em anymore?) Also is
> it a circle or a square in the way its measured?
>
> Thanks a load :-)
> _________________________
> John Viper
> http://www.jtsoft.net
> "Voting for Al Gore is like shooting yourself in the butt -- it will hurt" - Unknown

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