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  1. Snowstorm
  2. STORM-1402

Environment settings are not syncronized with simulator sun position

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    • Type: Story
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Not Applicable
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: project-windlight, Sprint 18
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      A day cycle is a sequence of sky settings. Each sky setting specifies a position for the sun. In the simulator, we also have a "sun position", which can be read using the LSL function llGetSunPosition; this is, for example, how SL sundials, clocks, and auto-sensing lights work (the lights go on when the estate time says the sun is below the horizon).

      I think it's entirely correct that one should be able to create "days" in which the visible sun takes some odd course through the sky, including looping back and forth, etc: we can do this now.

      What we can't very easily do is create a day in which the sun actually tracks the position that is returned by llGetSunPosition. It should be possible to specify that for a given sky setting, the sun position should be governed by the SL time.

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              oz.linden Oz Linden
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              oz.linden Oz Linden
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