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john viper

Feb 13, 2001, 1:16am
Someone named (in AW) Foxy, a little while ago, had a program that would
take a propdump (or a BuildBot ObjectScan file) and convert it to a nice
image, and you could use this to map towns or take a 3-D image of a building
and make it wireframe or solid -- very cool and fun stuff. Does anyone have
this program? I could really use it, and I cannot find Foxy. Hey does
anyone know where Foxy is by the way?

Also, if I can ever find this file, I will need the Metatropolis object
registry. Anyone have this?

Thanks in advance :-)

-John Viper
jviper at jtsoft.net

john viper

Feb 13, 2001, 1:23am
Okay thank GOD! I found the program.

Now, does anyone have the Meta object registry?

Thanks!

-John Viper

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j b e l l

Feb 13, 2001, 3:05am
mind giving me this program? :-)

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J B E L L
http://platinum.awjbell.com
G O I N G P L A T I N U M

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andras

Feb 13, 2001, 8:13am
Foxy's program is excellent and I probably can dig it out for you on my hd.
<shameless plug> On the other hand I wrote one myself too and I even maintaining it regularly. http://andras.net/tools.html - mapview. </shameless plug>

Andras


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kah

Feb 13, 2001, 3:19pm
there's a link on Vevo's AW Map About page (http://awmap.vevo.com). You
should send a mail to one of the at activeworlds.com adresses (can't remember
wich, but I once asked about an av from Mars) about that registry. I dunno
how big COFMeta is, but I think that that registry could be VERY large...

KAH
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andras

Feb 13, 2001, 11:38pm
I guess you are mixing the registry with the property database :)
Registry is a file which has all models' size information for the Building Inspector. I have a pretty big object database (around 18,000 different objects) tho the registry is still only 600K.
Andras


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