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is it possible to make a rezzer that will rez and take back no copy/no mod objects into itself?


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Yes, that should be very easy to write.  I suspect that someone has something like that in Marketplace already.  If you can't find one, try posting your question in the Wanted forum or, if you want a scripter to write a custom version, in the InWorld Employment forum.

The only limitation you will find is that you cannot "derez" an object with a script --- that is, you can't pick it up and take it back to your inventory.  If you have copy/mod perms on your nests, what a rezzer script can do is send a message to a script in a nest you have rezzed, telling it to die while the rezzer script creates a new one in its place.

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Yes, that should be very easy to write.  I suspect that someone has something like that in Marketplace already.  If you can't find one, try posting your question in the Wanted forum or, if you want a scripter to write a custom version, in the InWorld Employment forum.

The only limitation you will find is that you cannot "derez" an object with a script --- that is, you can't pick it up and take it back to your inventory.  If you have copy/mod perms on your nests, what a rezzer script can do is send a message to a script in a nest you have rezzed, telling it to die while the rezzer script creates a new one in its place.

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Well, if your nests are all transfer only, then a rezzer isn't going to do you much good, because you'll have to take any rezzed nests back to your inventory manually anyway. Whether a rezzer creates a temporary copy or a "permanent" one is a minor variable. Either way, once the in-world copy is deleted, it's gone forever --- and that's not what you want to do if it's your only copy.

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