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10-27-2009 @ 6:17PM
There is a workaround to moving 180 degrees. Don't know the exact command, but it involves setting the camera to spin to a specific point, which function like a right click, then your standard forward-movement key would spin you aorund if pressed at the same time. I remember reading about it ages ago on a PvP forum.To sum: There is a script command that sets your camera direction and angle, which should function like a mouse-control spin if your moving at the same time. I do not however, know the exact command.
10-27-2009 @ 6:39PM
flipCameraYaw(angle)It might help - but could also be confusing.Cheers! Good, inspirational story.
10-28-2009 @ 6:31PM
That doesn't change the behavior of the movement keys, so it's like the left mouse button and not the right mouse button.Idea: Two macros. Put Person1 in front of you and person 2 behind you. To turn around, /tar Person2 /follow. To turn back around, /tar Person1 /follow /tar Yogg
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