Lock Objects Individually
Being able to lock objects individually so they cannot be dragged around or picked up or anything unless you unlock it again.
Thanks for submitting this idea! We’re going to change the title of this object to be “Lock Objects Individually” as the suggestion for being able to resize objects is covered in this submission: https://rift.uservoice.com/forums/918556/suggestions/32540698
Keeping ideas separate allows us to have a better idea of the exact features our users want. We appreciate your understanding!
add more objects, things to do, dual wield the laser gun, anything i can do to help?
jonathan Maltz commented
Being able to change the Lighting would be nice, also a night mode, for late night gaming. importing custom models, objects, or images would be nice as well.
Yes, I've done that too trying to catch a basketball. A lock item option would be great.
- resizing (even if capped in realistic options)
- lock/interactable switch on things like bows
- colour switcher would also be nice
- improved snapping via button instead of detection to allow exact staggering of things like cubes?
Ryan M Carr commented
Please give the option to lock an item down so that you can not grab it. I go to pick up a cartridge and i pick op the table instead and throw everything else on the table. I would really like to have the option to lock and unlock items in home.
George Kong commented
Resizing objects would be very appreciated. Some objects are just too large - the low table especially is much larger then I'd have liked.
More basic objects like the cubes should be scalable on individual axis, while more complex forms would become distorted like that... so I guess each object needs to have their individual scale limits.
For instance, I'm stacking things on a shelf and all of a sudden I grab the shelf by accident and throw everything off. Would love to be able to lock pieces of furniture in place like a shelf or a table so I don't run the risk of picking that up while trying to pick up an item thats sitting on it.
Came here to say this. The first time I went in Home, I tried to drag an object towards me as the tutorial said, and ended up trashing the cabinet with the bookshelves above it.