PLEASE NOTE:

Most of the info on this site was "concieved" in the "old" There days and as such might be obsolete although I'm slowly updating it. I'm working on a new site with updated info. Hope to have it ready for the official opening of the new There.com.

 

 

 

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Keyboard shortcuts

There are a bunch of keyboard shortcuts for different kind of things. Most of them acts like a trigger that turns on or turns off a function. A couple of them has more than one state. All triggers are pressed in conjunction with CTRL+SHIFT (ie. CTRL+SHIFT+C takes a screenshot).

 

Trigger
ActionToggle
C

Camera

  • take a screenshot
  • images are saved in:
    "\My Documents\Makena\Screnshots\"
none
D

DOID Vision

  • show object id for:
    1) all objects,
    2) obstacles like paz or signs,
    3) avatar
1/2/3/off
F

Show FPS HUD

  • Frames Per Second and Physics Per Second (?)
on/off
G

Video Grabber

  • make a video of the action (at present no sound and low quality)
  • Video files are saved in save folder as screenshots:
    "\My Documents\Makena\Screnshots\"
on/off
H

HUD Display

  • shows current sector and other technical info
on/off
L

Debug Mode

on/off
M

Music HUD

  • show info about the shoutcast stream current playing
on/off
N

Zone Radar

  • show boundary for:
    1) neighborhood ,
    2) lot and
    3) (new) paz zone boundaries
1/2/3/off

P

Performance Meter HUD

  • graphical view of bandwith, ping and framerate performance
on/off
Q

Download Que

  • shows the asset download que (assets not already in your resource folders) as well as bandwith
on/off
R

Register Position / Coordinates

  • writes present position/coordinates into a file.
  • file is saved in same folder as camera snapshot files:
    "\My Documents\Makena\Screnshots\"
none
U

User Camera aka Flip Camera (opens small external window)

  • move the viewpoint around relative to avatar.
on/off


All HUD's can be moved around.

See also "Nudge keys" for decorating and moving objects with precision.

Also, find a similar and very neat "cheat sheet" with all keys and other info at
Tablatronix's GoThere portal.