I see you mention the WASD keys ... I remember admiring your work in reaching out to newbies, as transcribed in such places as http://otenth.homefries.org/archives/195 ... so I guess you might easily offer a productive response, like a link to an existing explanatory wiki page, if I give you a copy of this rant:
""" AWSD Deciphered
The LL client for Second Life sometimes tells you to use the AWSD keys.
Some people who don't play video games have no idea what this means.
The AWSD keys are the keys that you use to type the A, W, S, and D letters. These keys appear in a Left, Up, Down, Right pattern on a a US QWERTY keyboard, which lets a typist familiar with that keyboard easily substitute A, W, S, or D to mean Left, Up, Down, or Right.
Someone should create En.wiktionary.org AWSD by analogy with En.wiktionary.org QWERTY.
Google define AWSD didn't always know this. Google define AWSD keys learned this first.
We can volunteer me to do some of this wiki page editing, if you or anyone jumps in here now with a firm opinion that we should edit something to overcome this imperfection. -- Ppaatt Lynagh 18:18, 6 November 2007 (PST)
- Hiya Ppaatt! I'm open to improvement, but don't understand what you mean here. Can you please clarify what should be changed? --Torley Linden 05:49, 9 November 2007 (PST)
I keep pointing this out to people but recently I've found Hi-Res snapshots to be buggy with object-to-object occlusion on. JIRA: VWR-2055