Menu settings

Menu setting and explanatory notes:

Right with the first “touch”, your Dragon-Menu (Main Menu) will show up. There will be a <help> button in every Menu. This button will offer you assistance in a local chat. Please pay attention that you always exit the Menus through the <exit> button. In case you just close the Menu without clicking the <exit> button, it will take some time before the Dragon is available again..

The following text will give you a complete overview about the Main Menu and its Sub Menu.

Dranopia Main Menue

Number 1: Help

Dranopia help menue

This is useful in case you are lost. By clicking the <help> button in the Dragon-Menu it will get you to a Sub menu with the following points:
Support: this will give you specific information about how to contact the Support team.
Website: this will give you a link to our Homepage. On our Homepage we provide you all the  information about the Dranopia Dragons and also a FAQs list.

Number 2: Access

Dranopia access menue

Under this point your are able to set all rights which concern who will have what kinds of usage rights of your Dragon. By clicking the <access> button in the Dragon-Menu it will get you to a Sub menu with the following points:

Fly:

This enables you to specify who is allowed to fly your Dragon. There are three possibilities: only you as the owner, your group (you need to activate your group before you rez your dragon), or all users in Second Life. The basic setting is always the “Owner”. Which kind of choice you have made will show up at the top of the menu window.

Food:

This enables you to specify who is allowed to feed your Dragon. There are three possibilities: only you as the owner, your group (you need to activate your group before you rez your dragon), or all users in Second Life. The basic setting is always the “Owner”. Which kind of choice you have made will show up at the top of the menu

Breeder:

This enables you to specify who is allowed to breed your Dragon. There are three possibilities: only you as the owner, your group (you need to activate your group before you rez your dragon), or all users in Second Life. The basic setting is always the “Owner”. Which kind of choice you have made will show up at the top of the menu.

Number 3: Home

Dranopia home menue

Through this button you are able to specify any settings, affecting the home of your Dragon. All settings will show up at the top of the Menu. By clicking on the <home> button of the Dragon-Menu it will get you to a Sub menu with the following points:

Home on/off:

In order to decide if you actually want your Dragon to return to its Home-Point after a specific period of time, is possible under this category.

Home time:

Under this point, you have the possibility to decide how long it will take your Dragon, after disuse, to return back to its Home-Point.

Tp Home:

This enables you to send your Dragon straight to his Home-Point.

Set Home:

The Home-Point will be defined under this category. By simply clicking the <set home> button you are able to define a new Home-Point.

Show Home:

The actual Home-Position will be shown in the local chat window.

Number 4: Info

Dranopia info menue

This enables you to receive all the information concerning your Dragon.
By clicking on the <info> button in the Dragon-Menu it will get you to the Sub menu with the following points:

Show Home:

The actual Home-Position will be shown in the local chat window.

Settings:

All settings, you have made, will show up as an overview in your local chat window.

Ancestor:

All ancestors and their characteristics will show up as an overview in the local chat window.

Stats:

All characteristics of your Dragon will show up as an overview in the local chat window.

Conditions:

The actual condition of your Dragon will show up as an overview in the local chat window.

Number 5: Action

Dranopia action menue

This enables you to force your Dragon to perform different kinds of actions. By clicking the <action> button in the Dragon-Menu it will get you to the Sub menu with the following points:

Lay an Egg:

When having placed a nest near the pregnant female Dragon, she will immediately lay the egg. In case she might not be ready yet, the female Dragon will directly inform you in the local chat window.

Set Name:

After its birth, every single Dragon receives an individual name, which repeats very rarely. In case you do not like the name, you are able to change it and give your dragon a personal and new name. In order to do that, please follow the constructions in the local chat. This will look the following:

1. You will have 30 seconds to type /95 [new name here] in the open chat. (Example: /95   [Alfredo])
2. In case you did not manage to do so in the 30 seconds, your Dragon will be called simply Alfredo.
3. The name will be reset by resetting your Dragon.

Snuggle:

Through this button you request your Dragon to search for a Snugglepartner in order to “snuggle” and to produce offspring. A new window with all possible Snugglepartners will show up. Now you are able to pick one of them. In case the Snugglepartner does not belong to you, the Owner of that particular Dragon will be asked and has to permit.

TP Home:

This enables you to send your Dragon straight to his Home-Point.

Eat:

This enables you to request your Dragon to search for food immediately. As long as he will be hungry or not turned black he will do so.

Number 6: Control

Dranopia control menue

This enables you to make further basic settings.
By clicking the <control button in the Dragon-Menu it will get you to a Sub menu with the following points:

ANTI-CTRL:

this enables you to customize the flight animation for your Avatar
x-pos: This button enables you to move your Avatar inch by inch forward or backward in the direction “x”
y-pos: This button enables you to move your Avatar inch by inch forward or backward in the direction “y”
z-pos: This button enables you to move your Avatar inch by inch upwards or downwards in the direction “z”
x-rot: This button enables you to rotate your Avatar inch by inch forward or backward in the direction “x”
y-rot: This button enables you to rotate your Avatar inch by inch forward or backward in the direction “y”
z-rot: This button enables you to rotate your Avatar inch by inch upwards or downwards in the direction “z”

Display:

In this Sub menu, you will  find two more Menu-Points which will help you to select different kinds of settings of the different views you can choose from.

Show Conditions:

This enables you to display the actual condition of your dragon in a Hover text. This will also be seen by other User of Second Life. The selected setting will show up at the top of the Menu.

IM Warnings:

This enables you to define if you would like to receive an Instant Message or not in case your Dragon will be in a critical condition. The selected setting will show up at the top of the Menu.

Flight text:

This enables you to display the flight power of your Dragon as a Hover text.

Lifetime:

This enables you to display the life time of your Dragon as a Hover text.

Food Prio:

You are able to decide if you want to allow your Dragon to eat every food item it will find or if you want your Dragon to look for food suiting its birth-element. The selected setting will show up under the Menu-point <show settings> in the local chat.

Tether:

This enables you to define the Radius at your Home-Point in which your Dragon is able to move. This basic setting is limited to a radius of 10 meters.

Set Home:

The Home-point will be defined here. By clicking the <set home> button your new Home-Point will be defined right where your Dragon is located at that moment.

Reset:

This enables you to reset your Dragon to its beginning conditions.

Move:

Under this Sub menu, you will find two more points. Those will help you to set the movements of your Dragon while being at his Home-Point. Those settings do not have any influence on the well-being of your Dragon.

High: The Dragon moves a lot.
Middle: The Dragon does not move a lot.
Low: The Dragons movements are reduced to a minimum.
Stay: Your Dragon does not move at all.

In case you have any further questions concerning the Menu, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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