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[Suggestion] - Movement
    • User
    • 53 forum posts
    StanleyMines
    #1

    Aug 23 15, 05:51 PM

    Suggestion:
    Change movement to be either that similar to MCEdit(you go where you look; you don't build up momentum) or Minecraft Spectator Mode(even looking straight down, you move forward; you build up momentum).

    Reason:
    A mix is confusing and hard to get to exactly where you want.

    Any Other Information:
    It would also be nice if you could fly around a bit faster.


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    StanleyMines
    #2

    Aug 23 15, 06:05 PM

    Toggleable between the three?


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    CrushedPixel
    #3

    Aug 23 15, 06:12 PM

    The scroll wheel is your friend.
    Using it, you can toggle your movement speed.


    • User
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    The scroll wheel is your friend.
    Using it, you can toggle your movement speed.
    could you make it so you can move faster?


    • Developer
    • 818 forum posts



    The scroll wheel is your friend.
    Using it, you can toggle your movement speed.
    could you make it so you can move faster?

    By scrolling up, you can speed up the camera, or is the maximum speed not fast enough for you?



    • User
    • 53 forum posts




    The scroll wheel is your friend.
    Using it, you can toggle your movement speed.
    could you make it so you can move faster?

    By scrolling up, you can speed up the camera, or is the maximum speed not fast enough for you?
    Yeah, I was hoping there would be a way to slow all the way down so that you wont move, and you can barely look around, all the way up to moving faster that you can now.

    Thanks,
    StanleyMines


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    The scroll wheel is your friend.
    Using it, you can toggle your movement speed.
    could you make it so you can move faster?

    I am using 1.12.2 version.
    I like to know how to move faster in the movie editor mode.
    Or is the scroll wheel only used in higher versions.