The position may be a handle at the right of the planet (and so it is pushed off to the left.) Use the mesh itself to find the center point.
As you have very low poly meshes on that example this shouldn't be any strain at all: Edit: I have also noticed that you have not taken into account the X position of the planet, only the Y and z.
The only new feature functionality we have added is the ability to use the Xoops Editors, and with this we have changed the original database table.
So, please do not overwrite an existing version and expect it to work afterwards.
I decided to use i Tween library and so far i was able to create the zoom effect using What do i need to add to this script to make the selected planet stay centered on the screen?
I hosted my current project as a webplayer application so you see what's going wrong. What you may be missing is the center point of the planets.
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