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So it appears that there is nowhere for scripters to post ideas, and the knowledge base is., so im injecting my ideas here!

What I want to start a thread about inner script data sharing via notecard-like data. 

I know notecards cannot be edited internally by script because every edit to the card is a UUID change. I don't suggest changing notecards at all, I want to see some way to read and wright variables on a transferable, copyable, script friendly inventory item. Much like a memory card. ill just call it an mcard for now.

These are just a few functions I can think of.

llUseStoredVariable(string mcard, string entryName) uses the entryName out of the mcard specified as a variable in script. All changes made to the variable in script is also changed in its respective mcard and any other script also using the same entryName value.

         llUseStoredVariable(string my_mcard, string copiesmade); is the same as. integer copiesmade; 

llColectStoredVariable( string mcard, string entryName ) Similar to the above, but only gets entryName at its current state. 

llWrightStoredVariable(string mcard, string entryName,  integer newInt, vector newvec, rotation newrot string newstr id newkey) Replaces said entryName value. 

 

I would love to hear your input on my idea, and directions to a better place to post this :)

 

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Welcome to the SL Forums

Look in the Creation sub forum, there is a category for LSL Scripting.  That is the precise area to start a thread like that, or any other thread you want to start about scripting, whether it is to post ideas or ask questions.  The LSL Library is where to go to post scripts you want to share freely, or to obtain one of the scripts there.

The correct place to post ideas about new functions is the JIRA.  Each person that wants the function should post their own JIRA under the new system.  The more people you get to post one, the more likely they are to at least look at it.  So its a good idea to start a thread in the forums about your idea too.

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