The QCv4 is a lot more complicated than the simple controls make it look. The help button will pop up an in-world reminder for the selected function & HUD operation.  It will also offer to open a link to this website for a complete explanation of all the functions. (Searchable in-world help, see voice interface)


This is a list of names for the people around you.  Names must be tagged (selected) for use with menu functions. More than one name can be tagged at the same time. To tag a name click on it. It will turn yellow. All tagged names are used with selected functions when the Go or Stop buttons are pressed.. Remember if you do not have a name tagged you can not Go (start) or Stop a function on that person. Note: This list of tagged yellow names is referred to as the "outgoing attack list".


This information panel has 3 different information displays. (1) Distance from you. (2) Physical status : Sitting/Walking/Flying. (3) Land Permissions under target. This panel is also linked to the [FOCUS] & [LOG] functions.  When you click on the information panel next to a name it will Focus your camera onto that name while giving you a list of any weapons they have used on you from the sensor Logs. To turn off the camera Focus you must click the panel next to the name a second time, or press the [S] button while the name is highlighted.  Chat Range (20m) and Sensor Range (96m) are indicated by one or two yellow dots on both sides of the distance number.  Two yellow dots on both sides indicates the person is in chat range and can here you talking, while one yellow dot indicates they are in sensor range and will be able to see you on their sensors.


This panel with 's is referred to as the "Incoming Attack List".  This panel will show an in it if the person has attacked you or is considered a threat.  Threats include hitting you with physical objects, pointing a gun at you, using active or passive weapons on you, people on your foe's list who enter the region, and people who are 1 day old! (noobies are always a danger!)


The Menu panel is a set of 20 dynamic menu buttons that help you navigate and select the hundreds of functions built into the Quantum Core.  For example clicking on the Shield button shown here would show the Shield menu with all of the shield functions.  This web page has an identical menu structure to your Quantum Core to make learning the functions easier.


Scroll the list of names up/down. The QHUD holds the names for everyone in the region and displays them in pages of 20 names at a time in order of closest person to furthest person from your location.  The Scroll Buttons only becomes visible if there are more than 20 names to display.


You can scroll though the 3 information pages on the information panel by pressing the [INFO] button located at the bottom of the information panel.

Pressing this will copy the
Incoming Attack List to the Outgoing Attacks List. T stands for TAG and is used to tag all the names who have attacked you. When someone is tagged their name turns yellow. Remember yellow names are the ones that get attacked when you press Go or Stop.


This button will clear the list of incoming attacks.  ( Pressing O and then will clear both incoming and outgoing attack lists )


Stop attacks against people who's names are TAGGED in yellow on the outgoing attacks list.

Go button starts attack / function against people who's names are TAGGED in yellow on the outgoing attack list.


Me starts the selected attack / function with YOU as the target..

The lag indicator changes from green to red based on the amount of server side lag in the region. Clicking it will give a text readout of the regions health. Green = Good performance.  Orange = Poor performance.  Red = HELL!

The Cliksafe button turns on and off click safe. Cliksafe is designed to protect you from passive weapons.  It will be grey when cliksafe is idle. Green when cliksafe is activated. Red when Cliksafe has warned you of danger, but you have not activated it.

The power button turns your Quantum Core into an Icon.  HUD positioning is also saved as you open/close the HUD.  The open position is saved when you close the HUD, and the closed position is saved when you open the HUD.

  The panic button works with NPV, PNPV, GEODE, and when you are standing / flying. The first time you click it, it will start panic mode. The second time you click it, it will cancel panic mode and return you to your start location. When you are not using the NPV or PNPV panic mode will take you up 2000.  See [NPV], [PNPV], and [GEODE] for their specialized panic mode behaviour.


This button is only visible while the QHUD is minimized.. Safe toggles on/off both ClickSafe and Lock functions at the same time.  It is helpful to quickly protect yourself when the QHUD is closed, giving you time to open the HUD and deal with the threat using the full set of tools provided. Note that this is a toggle, so if one function is already on, it will be turned off.


This button is only visible while the QHUD is minimized.  It will toggle on/of the radar information displayed on the HUD so you can see it even when the HUD is closed.  This radar will include the names, currently selected info display, and incoming attack markers. This function is the same as the MiniRad on the Radar Menu.


When you select a weapon that weapons name will remain
highlighted in yellow on the menu to remind you which one you have selected to use. If you change to a different menu the weapon name will be placed on top of the HUD to remind you what weapon you have selected.

When you press a menu function button you will see a short description of that function appear in white text above the HUD. This is a tools tip for that function.

The QCv4 has almost NO text output. All the status messages are displayed on a scrolling virtual screen above the HUD. This avoids having the HUD messages spamming your local chat, while still giving you feedback when you are using the HUD. 

****** IMPORTANT *****

The blue button between the up/down arrows is the auto-scale function for the HUD. You
must use this to get the text to align over the menu buttons correctly. The arrows should be used for small adjustments only after using the auto-scale.



Voice Interface
(Chat Commands)

Chat commands can be used on the Local Chat command line to control your HUD.  They have the advantage of supporting macros though the use of Gestures (see supplied example gesture), command chaining to activate several functions at once, and are not prone to texture/internet lag as they operate without the need to navigate menus.


Default Voice Command Channel

Channel 666 is the default control channel for everyone's QHUD.  All documentation on this website uses channel 666.  You can replace channel 666 with your Private Voice Command Channel (see below), which is a good idea as most people monitor channel 666.   The default channel will ONLY listen to you, not your objects.  This has been done to prevent people from spamming your HUD.


Private Voice Command Channel

Each person has their own private voice command channel that is different to everyone else's channel.  When you wear your QHUD it will respond in the local chat window with the below message telling you your own private voice channel.  This channel will listen to you and any objects owned by you. 

quantum core: [ Private Command Channel : 1234567890 ]


Voice Command Syntax

Syntax :

(1)   /<channel>  <command> [<command> ... <command>] <name>

(2)   /<channel> <command> [<command> ... <command>]

Example :

(1)   /666 AddFoe Spike Linden

       /666 kill push spam void Spike Linden

       /666 STOP Spike Linden

(2)   /666 lock

       /666 lock avatar object


Command syntax (1) requires a target name to use the functions, while command syntax (2) is used for functions that do not require a target. 

Important : You can not mix command syntax (1) and (2).

The following would be an invalid command as the QHUD is not able to activate a move lock for another person. "/666 lock Spike Linden"

The Correct syntax for each voice command it supplied on it's individual help page. (see menu to the left) 

Voice commands support part name matching.  This means that "Spike Linden", "Spike", and  "Spi" will all target Spike Linden when he is in the same region as you.

All weapons / functions being used on someone can be stopped by using the STOP command. eg: /666 stop Spike linden

You can also send the currently selected weapon / function on the HUD using the alias GO.  eg: /666 go Spike linden

You are also able to TAG people's name by using the TAG command to nightlight them as a target on the HUD. eg: /666 tag Spike Linden

It is also possible to use your own weapons on yourself by using the name ME.  I highly recommends you try weapons on yourself before using them on other people.  eg: /666 kill me

Some voice commands can be used on people who are not in the same region as you. Such as AddAlly, Ban, and AddTrust. When using a voice command on someone who is not in the same region as you it is necessary to use their full name.

It is possible to activate a weapon against someone who is not currently in the region.  The weapon will wait for them to enter the region, and then attack them when they do!  If you want to leave an unpleasant surprise for someone you will need to use their full name when activating the weapon.  When your selecting your unpleasant surprise, keep in mind some weapons have time limits.  A single [ KILL ] left behind can be a funny "last laugh" as you leave combat, while a permanent [ PUSH ] orbit will probably earn you an abuse report.



Voice Only Functions

Tcolour : Use to alter the colour of the TEXT on the HUD. eg: to set eh text red you would use ( eg: "/666 Tcolour <1, 0, 0.5>" )

Panic! : Same function as the yellow <!> button on the HUD.  note the ! mark is part of the command name. ( eg: "/666 panic!" )

Menu : Function to force the HUD to display a menu ( eg: /666 menu trap ).   Useful for loading secret menus if you know the secret menu name ;)

Animations may be triggered by saying the animation name in open chat (channel 0).  Current animations names are $bot, $dance, and $sleep.  You may load more animations into your QHUD using the [LOADER]

Web page URLs, SLURLs, and direct teleport links will be automatically translated for you so you don't have to copy/paste/click them from chat history to use them.

@Back <texture uuid> : This will set the main skin texture on the HUD to the UUID of the texture in your inventory.  Right click a full permissions texture in your inventory to get it's UUID. (You can also use a Skin Card to set the skin of your Hud.  They can be found in the main Quantum Products shop)

@Button <texture uuid> : This will set the button texture on the HUD to the UUID of the texture in your inventory.  Right click a full permissions texture in your inventory to get it's UUID. (You can also use a Skin Card to set the button skin of your Hud.  They can be found in the main Quantum Products shop)


HELP Commands

/666 Help <word> : Search the Tool Tips and this website for the specified <word> using this chat command. This command would list all the functions in the tool tips that have the <word> in them.   Additionally if <word> is an exact match for a function name it will also display the relevant information from this website. eg: "/666 help kill" would list all the functions in the tool tips that have the word "kill" in them, and the information from the [KILL] function on this website.

The HELP button on the HUD will also display the help information directly from this website for the currently selected function.  This should completely eliminate the need for messy notecard manuals that are always out of date!