Ultimate AW User Guide
The Ultimate AW User Guide is a modification made to the official AW User Guide which enhances it by adding newer, more relevant categories and new features such as wiki inclusion and a comprehensive teleports list. It is easy to install and free to use. It is also simple to customize for your own needs.
This takes the place of the existing user guide, which may be found in the AW tabs menu by pressing F9 and looking under the 'User Guide'/'Help' tab.
The full user guide documentation and download can be found here.
- Collapsible folders containing information and links.
- Current Build Data and Information concerning new features to the Browser
- Basic Moving Assistance
- Prominent Links to Official AW Sites (Forums, AWCommunity, etc.)
- Follows Monthly Newsletter
- Integration of most informative links to the ActiveWiki to allow for easy, real time updates to the information presented to the user.
- Comprehensive listing of AWPortals.com
- Comprehensive listing of the SW City Network
- Useful in-browser links for SW City Interactive Players.
- Easy access sub-forums to AWG downloads.
- Comprehensive guide concerning Bots, Utilities, and the SDK.
- Gives users a base for learning how to use and maneuver the SDK.
- Includes useful reference section in the SDK category.
- Includes links to all single/multiple use bots I could find.
- Comprehensive guide concerning activities and games in the Active Worlds Universe.
- Includes weekly events and gives in-guide information as to their whereabouts and times.
- Each Gaming World is given its own section with teleports and important links.
- Comprehensive guide concerning building.
- Gives users a step-by-step, structured listing of important building topics, where to learn how to build, etc.
- Includes all aspects of object scripting.
- Breaks specific topics down into order of difficulty.
- Lists and defines the Public Building Worlds.
- Comprehensive guide to World Owning
- Explains worlds to new users who may want to buy a world; gives them easy charts for reference and eventual purchase
- Detailed World Administration section; includes definitions for world features and rights.
- Detailed explanation of World Hosting and lists available world hosts.
- Detailed World Utilities List.
- Detailed Object Path listing—includes free downloads and lists 3rd party sources.
- Comprehensive Teleport List
- Includes Alphaworld, AWTeen, Yellow, Winter, and other PBWs.
- Details areas for builders.
- Gives simple information for each area listed.
- Includes wiki links or web links to most areas.
- Includes teleports to reference yards.
- Highly comprehensive listing of SW City sites.
- Original AW User Guide for reference.
The User Guide was developed in October 1, 2009 by Hyper Anthony. The idea and concept were based on an Ultimate Teleports List which was produced and published by SW City in the early 2000s. Much of their original content has been ported into the latest incarnation of this guide.
Active Worlds often features major events and a section is typically included in the weeks before the event to provide in-browser information for users that are planning to attend. To date, this type of handbook guide has been created for the 2010 AWReunion and 2010 Cy Awards. This information is then removed in versions released following the event.
The Ultimate AW User Guide won the Best Bot/Software category in the 2010 Cy Awards.
|Utilities and Bots|
| Single-Purpose Bots
Programs that specializes in one task within Active Worlds
AbMo PhoneBot • AdminBot (url) • Backup AW (url) • Ballbot (url) • BirdBot (url) • ChatBot (url) • ChatGlobal (url)• CrowdBot (url) • Demeter (url) • GateNetwork Bot (url) ($) • GuardBot (url) • Hermes (url) • Hunt Helper Bot (url) • Nestor (url) • Seedbot (url) • SyntaxBot (url) • Ultimate Paintball (url) • Vote Bot (url) • World Monitor Bot (url)
| Multi-Purpose Bots
Programs which do a wide array of tasks within Active Worlds
Programs which do not use or involve the SDK
|Miscellaneous||Andras • AWPortals • ImaBot • Ima Genius • Magine • Mark Randall • RoadKill • SDK • Shoemaker Village • XelaG • Zeus|