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Need help with scripting issue - paging staff of group for private membership


Rhiannon Colclough
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Unfortunately, there is no way to tell the difference between a non-member and a member who is not wearing the group tag.  The best you can do is to use llGetAgentList to get a list of all avs in your club and then use llSameGroup tell whether each av in the list is wearing your group's tag. If a person is NOT wearing the tag, then send a message that says, "I see you're not wearing our tag. Would you like to join the group?"  You'd have to repeat the exercise every couple of minutes to catch any new arrivals, and you'd have to do some filtering to keep from spamming people who have already answered YES or NO.  It's not exactly what you were hoping to do, but it's a way of mechanizing what your staff host is doing "manually" now.

Now, if you simply want to make a box that a club patron can click if she wants to join, that's easy.  It's exactly what shops do when they want to give you an easy way to join their group. There are scripts that do that all over the place.  Here's one >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Open_Group_Join

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Unfortunately, there is no way to tell the difference between a non-member and a member who is not wearing the group tag.  The best you can do is to use llGetAgentList to get a list of all avs in your club and then use llSameGroup tell whether each av in the list is wearing your group's tag. If a person is NOT wearing the tag, then send a message that says, "I see you're not wearing our tag. Would you like to join the group?"  You'd have to repeat the exercise every couple of minutes to catch any new arrivals, and you'd have to do some filtering to keep from spamming people who have already answered YES or NO.  It's not exactly what you were hoping to do, but it's a way of mechanizing what your staff host is doing "manually" now.

Now, if you simply want to make a box that a club patron can click if she wants to join, that's easy.  It's exactly what shops do when they want to give you an easy way to join their group. There are scripts that do that all over the place.  Here's one >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Open_Group_Join

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