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Hello, i am trying be able to move along the x axis using the arrow keys, along with being able to change your angle of view. But once you have rotated to either side, i can no long strafe (if you will) in the relative direction. Is there a way to fix this so that once i rotate 90 degree''s, i will move along the z axis instead of the x?

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I think that there is a tutorial of NeHe''s (I believe it was #10) that went over moving in a world. It uses the math that you''ll need to use in yours (basically sin and cos)

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Anyways, away from the main problem

I think Americans call it math instead of maths becuase our concept of what it is. To many of us it is a subject instead of a group of objects, for instance we do math and we do history, not maths and histories. It is almost the same as considering a material or substance. I eat chicken, not chickens. Of course, it is actually a shortened form of ''mathematics,'' which does mean a group of objects. But since in common usage, we don''t think of it as a group of subjects, the shortened version was degraded to ''math''.

I had a little time on my hands (for once) so I just thought I''d give you my useless opinion on the matter.

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wow...thats perdy weird...Ya i didn''t feel like doign anything today, so i didn''t even attempt at your problem, sry!

going back to maths, i think your right Squad, lol, i like the word maths better tho, i even said it today, and this kid looked at me weird. Anyways, back to my studies, i got 4 mother fing test 2morrow. Sigh...including a maths test

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