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I have a skybox and if the sim crashes or moves, how do i lock everything down so I can rezz at once


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You can pick everything all at once in one coalesced object. However there are drawbacks to this that may lead you to lose some objects that are no copy or to be unable to rezz it for one reason or another. It is always best practice to simply take the time to pick things up one at a time. Rezzing and redecorating a new home is always fun anyway.

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You can pick everything all at once in one coalesced object. However there are drawbacks to this that may lead you to lose some objects that are no copy or to be unable to rezz it for one reason or another. It is always best practice to simply take the time to pick things up one at a time. Rezzing and redecorating a new home is always fun anyway.

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It's worth at least knowing how the coalesced option works, because it can be handy if you know what you are doing.  Experienced builders use it to move complicated, unlinked structures all the time.  So do set designers who may create elaborate setups and move them from one sim to another when they are needed for events.  As Darren says, there are many ways that you can screw up with the coalesced option -- and when you do, it can be a big headache -- so it pays to practice before you try it on something important.  Here's how >>> http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/How-to-move-a-build/ta-p/919109 .

I do agree fully with Darren, though, that redecorating can be fun.  It's also a lot easier than in RL.   I have moved several times in the past 6 years. My homes and shops have been better each time because I have learned new skills and tried different materials. 

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