This guide draws heavily upon old guides and the input from Gail and Andarta. Thank you! Feel free to add others!
As the server is progressing, players are beginning to decorate their shops, homes, and other RP centers, it’s time to share tips and tricks to help you decorate. A personal goal for the EiF team is to get ready for our version of the Galactic Showcase!
The basic commands
The following are the commands you will need to use in the decorating process:
/move forward 1-500
/move back 1-500
/move up 1-500
/move down 1-500
/rotate yaw 180 to -180
A positive number turns the object right horizontally
A negative number turns the object left horizontally
/rotate pitch 180 to -180
Spins the object in a circle.
For example, /rotate pitch 90 will lay an object down, as if a person standing falls backwards
/rotate roll 180 to -180
Tilts the object, as if a person standing falls on their side
In technical terms: Pitch, Yaw, and Roll refer to the axis of rotation.
Use the Ctrl + Up arrow to repeat the previous command
Create macros to put on action bar buttons, so you don’t have to type them out over and over. Each of the lines in the list below should each be a separate macro.
/rotate yaw 45
/rotate yaw 90
/rotate yaw 180
/move forward 10
/move back 10
/move forward 5
/move back 5
/move forward 1
/move back 1
/movefurniture up 10
/movefurniture down 10
/movefurniture up 5
/movefurniture down 5
/movefurniture up 1
/movefurniture down 1
Use a chair to arrange your furniture. This will help keep straight vertical and/or horizontal lines. Here are some steps to do this:
Place the chair and then use the rotate command to position it in the “line of sight” you wish to have for your objects (in this example we will build a counter).
Drop the items near the position you wish to line them up at, you can leave them all stacked on one another.
Sit in the chair (which should now be facing in the direction you wish) and then select the first item.
Using the move forward or back command move the first item
Items on Tables
Each table has a specific height, so once you find the height write it down for future reference. (Use the /no command to open up the notepad, if you want an ingame place to store information) Place the table and then the item. Select the item and move it up in increments of 10 until it is at or above the top of the table. This is best judged by being in third person view and tilting the camera so you can see the edge of the table head on. Once the object is in place add up the number of moves and use it for subsequent items.
Basics: (doesn’t include pitch, yaw, roll)
Pics of decorated buildings
Chandeliers, Fireplace, Imperial Table
More ideas on Pinterest