Welcome to the Freerider2 Dictionary, I think this will be very helpful to new members, If you have any words I should add, feel free to post them. Art: A usually large peice of a real looking, common logo, TV character, Event or other object. Aut This is a track that is completely hands free. The rider will complete the track on his own, with no need for your to use the keys. Bail: This happens when you hit the "B" key on your keyboard. It causes the rider to jump off of the bike and result in a crash. Backflip: Rotating the rider 360° backwards. Bomb: A power-up that, when hit, causes the rider to immediatly die. Boost: A simple Power-up That when hit, causes the rider to speed up in a certain direction. Character ( "char" ) Count: The number of Characters ( letters/numbers ect. ) In the code made by a track. Collab ( Collaboration ): A track which is Made by two or more members. This track is usually One member does detail and The other does the track. There are moderate Variations of a Collaboration track, though. Curve ( Tool ): A tool, that when used, creates more than one line, helping you with smooth tracks. Detail: The addition of usually small, plentiful lines to give depth and enjoyment in a track. Downrater: A person who Rates a single or multiple track(s) 1/10 or a common, low rating because it does not apeal to him/her. This should not be done, as it lets good, talented trackmakers go Undiscovered. End A position where the rider is moving/riding on the front wheel of the bike. Eraser: A tool which when click, erases lines that have been placed near the spot of the mouse. Note: You cannot erase lines on already submitted tracks. Flow: This pertains to the quality of a track. Flow is where the track fits together nicely and the rider rarely bumps around, this is associated with the Quality "Smooth". Frontflip: Rotating the rider 360° frontwards. Glitch: When the rider glitches, it inverts into an awkward position. Normally happened in autos. Goal: A tool and powerup, when hit, causes the rider to either complete the track, or a sign of part of completiong ( there may be more than one, although one is most commonly used ) Gravity: A power-up, that when it, will cause the gravitational Pull of the rider to change direction. Grid: A Tool, when used, causes the placement of the lines that you furthur place to be aligned ( Thats hard to explain, lol ) Hold Up: A track, Similar to an auto, where you must hold one or more keys through out the track, rather than needing to control the rider. Jump: When the rider Jumps off of the designated lined placed. OR~ A ramp, flowing upwards that causes the rider to move off quickly. K: A abbreviation for kilo, which meanes thousand. Ie 200K=200,000. Used in countain characters. OR~ A term used commonly at the Fr2db Forums, a sign of agreement, a post along containing only "k" is spam. Lag: The slowing of ones computer caused by the excessive amount of characters in a track. Line ( Tool ): A tool, that when used, creates a line, you do this by clicking, dragging, and letting go of the mouse button. Loop: An addition to a track where the rider rides a part or whole circle Pr The very best track makers on TrackMill, You must be very talented or win a Trackmill Hosted contest to Become A pro. Q: By pressing the Q key on your keyboard while creating maps, this saves/loads the tracks. Mainly used for autos. Scenery: A tool that makes semi-transparent, grey lines that cannot be ridden on. OR~ An artistic addiont added for enjoyment ( refers to "Detail" ) Slow Motion: A simple Power-up, that when hit will cause the rider's visible speed will slow, although never effecting his actual speed. Note: The effect of the power-up will go away when both wheels of the riders bike touch the ground, or when the rider dies. Smooth: A track in which the rider is very controlled and is easily ridable/beatable. ( refers to "Flow" ) Steady Cam: An addition that causes the Camera to keep steadiness on the rider. Theme: The general look/type of a tracks detail and or rideability. One track's theme may be "Busy City" and one track's theme "Rocky mountain". Top score: Completing a track with the fastest time. Track: A general compilation of Lines that, though doesnt need to be, is usually rideable. Wheelie: A position where the rider is moving/riding on the back wheel of the bike.