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i'm not really sure which section this belongs in :p but since i concider myself a beginner i will post it here :D i don't know how many people would have significant vrml experience but... i am working on a vrml project for university and want to use scripts to make cars drive random routes around my simple city streets, but i am having problems with coding the script... one problem is that the car moves to fast : can anyone please help me with my code? (it might be a bit weird at the moment, since i am not worrying about scripting the lights etc. yet, or the random routes, i plugged in some values for now to test whether the code would work, and it didn't >.<'') the corresponding files can be found on this site (links at the top): http://yallara.cs.rmit.edu.au/~nsprankl/web3d/assignment2/report.html

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First off, well done! It looks awesome, and is especially well done for being such an ancient language that isn't very well documented anymore on the 'net. I remember trying to use it myself when it first came out... but it was a long, long time ago. And indeed, I don't remember much of it.

I went to the site to check out the javascript (I figured that was where the speed problem would be), but it said the URL couldn't be found (not the one you linked, but the actual link to the source inside of that).

Could you check it out and see if you can post it up?

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ah... sorry a typo ^^;; i changed the name from driveAI.js to driveai.js :S

the working link:

http://yallara.cs.rmit.edu.au/~nsprankl/web3d/assignment2/driveai.js

[its also fixed inside my document ;) ]

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