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Thread: CTRL+M - Was This Ever Activated?

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    Smile CTRL+M - Was This Ever Activated?

    Was the option to have your avatar "moon" other players ever implemented?

    Thanks,

    Rob

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    Control + M never heard about this one....

    Avatar waves = 1
    Avatar bows = 2

    Despite of some outdated keystrokes, I strongly recommend you to read the docs (and see the videos) in the "User Manual" (in the Startup screen); or else in the folder: ....\Run 8 Studios\Run 8 Train Simulator\Content\Manuals_Of_Instruction\manual.

    Cheers,
    Doc.

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    Only mooning takes place on Leap Year, and not by any on duty personnel

    Thanks

    Sean

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    But if you use the 2 key for bowing in a multiplayer session, make sure your avatar is FACING the person you are bowing to...

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    Quote Originally Posted by flarrfan2 View Post
    But if you use the 2 key for bowing in a multiplayer session, make sure your avatar is FACING the person you are bowing to...
    Good advice!

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    Smile Not Exactly A Full Moon

    Quote Originally Posted by MachinistBrazil View Post
    Control + M never heard about this one....

    Avatar waves = 1
    Avatar bows = 2

    Despite of some outdated keystrokes, I strongly recommend you to read the docs (and see the videos) in the "User Manual" (in the Startup screen); or else in the folder: ....\Run 8 Studios\Run 8 Train Simulator\Content\Manuals_Of_Instruction\manual.

    Cheers,
    Doc.
    Hi Doc:

    You're correct - I believe the Control + M command was from an early user manual, and it noted "not yet implemented."

    But flarrfan2's comment about bowing and NOT facing the person you're bowing to might do the trick.

    Rob

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