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Intan balls not rezzing for anyone other than parcel owner.


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It's hard to explain, but that's actually the way things are supposed to work. It's a "feature" of the way permissions differ between group-owned and individually owned objects.  Rather than try to explain the logic, I'll just quote you the warning that accompanies many of the LSL functions that deal with parcel permissions....

Function WILL NOT work on group owned land if the owner of the object where this function resides is not currently online and connected to the sim (although now seems to be working for land owner on privately owned land even when the owner is not around).

  • These limitation can be overcome by deeding the object to a group the object owner is one of the owners of. [NOTE:  this is not just setting the object to the land group.  You actually have to deed it.  Whoever suggested this action to you is right. ]
  • Remember to take a copy before deeding because you cannot undeed something.
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It's hard to explain, but that's actually the way things are supposed to work. It's a "feature" of the way permissions differ between group-owned and individually owned objects.  Rather than try to explain the logic, I'll just quote you the warning that accompanies many of the LSL functions that deal with parcel permissions....

Function WILL NOT work on group owned land if the owner of the object where this function resides is not currently online and connected to the sim (although now seems to be working for land owner on privately owned land even when the owner is not around).

  • These limitation can be overcome by deeding the object to a group the object owner is one of the owners of. [NOTE:  this is not just setting the object to the land group.  You actually have to deed it.  Whoever suggested this action to you is right. ]
  • Remember to take a copy before deeding because you cannot undeed something.
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