11-02-2012 05:56 PM - edited 11-02-2012 06:03 PM
The quick answer is NO. The more detailed answer is "That depends on the script code used in the AV Online Detector ~and~ the performance of the region it is running in". Most AV Online detectors simply poll for some available status on a set frequency. Let's say checking once a minute. So 60 times an hour this script wakes up, runs the test and examines the results.
If the AV is Online - turn on the green light. If not leave it off.
Can you login and stub you toe and crash and not be detected - YES!
Can you login and not be detected because the detector is in a laggy region - YES!
Link to script code to detect an avatar using the llRequestAgentData function.
Hope this helps.
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on 11-03-2012 09:46 AM
With the avatar online tracker device I use, I test always by having my own avatar(s) names on the list of avatars I am tracking, and have opted to have this information relayed to my email. I know from this information that not always does the online tracker pick up 100% accurate information. It is a guide only.
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