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    Default Non-hopping Epcot Walking Tour

    http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/showflat....Number=1201548

    I discovered you can do away with the hopping by just always using the same target altitude and tilt=90


    enjoy this walk around epcot futureworld's 3d structures from roughly eye level

    also will upload to files area
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    Default Disney Studios Tour

    http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/showflat....Number=1202169

    3d buildings, terrain=on.

    tilt=90, alt=2, but rises/falls in places - indiana jones, effects show, tower of terror.
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    Both of these bounce a lot - sometimes as much as a ten mile high bounce.

    But your other file (here) doesn't bounce.

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    Default bouncing

    Yes Appletom that makes sense. Thanks.

    The ones which use zero altitude and vary purely based upon range and heading - these seem sure fire not to bounce.

    I was excited to find that I could get the tilt=90,alt=nonzero files not to bounce as well - but only on some machines for whatever reason - possibly a matter of the video card itself?

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    Default No hopping on another laptop here

    I tried the new TTA ride tilt=90,alt=5m on someone's Dell Xps 1330 and there was no hopping. So counting yours that's 2 that do and 2 that don't.

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    Default Success. Installed Latest Version

    I looked closely at the working an non-working platforms and realized that the non-working one was a few version decimals behind. So I reinstalled Google Earth on the hopping Lenovo and can report that it is now a non-hopping Lenovo.

    Appletom, can you try this?

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