Im using firefox the newest version and im pretty sure somethings just not right here
im a newbie
now im guessing that my coordinates should show when i click on travel and i look at the screen or wahtever but theres no where where it shows my coordinates
heres some screenshots
i dont even know how to get out of this dang room. and ive looked through these forums and everything and i just cant find any help. so HEEEELP!
Ah, travel inside rooms. How we all hate it. Well, maybe not all, but I find it a pain in the rear at times.
Anyway, on with the tutorial (though I won't have pretty pictures, so I'll try to use yours):
1. Travel inside buildings/ships/vehicles is done by moving manually from room to room, not setting a destination in waiting.
2. Your current position is marked by the red symbol on the small map with multiple rooms (shown on your second and third images).
3. Your current room is shown larger above the small map (shown on, well, all your images, but best on the first one).
4. The different-looking rooms (like the one you're currently in) denote special rooms where you can do various things. Your current room is the Control Room, where someone who is properly assigned could change building settings (and in a ship, that would be the cockpit).
5. Travel is done using those arrows that are beside the big room. They are shown slightly cut-off on your second image, and fully on your third image. Click the arrow pointing in the direction of the room you want to go to.
6. You can exit the building by finding the entrance room, that has one of the special pictures I mentioned earlier. When you're in that room, refreshing your Position screen (or hitting Travel again, even) will add two extra options by the buttons you have for "Party" and "Room" (shown on your second and third images).
7. Clicking the new "Exit" button will bring up a confirmation screen. Hit "Exit" again, and you'll be out of the facility.
Once outside, you can click your destination like the other tutorials tell you to.
I hope that all makes sense.
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