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My avatar just sneezed, and rubbed it's nose. No anims, AO, or RLV. All on it's own. Why?


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That is definitely cool.  I can only think of a couple of explanations.  You might have an attachment ( a hat?  gloves?  a HUD? ) that contains a sneeze anim.  If it's properly scripted with a random timer, it could activate the anim every once in a while.  Since you own anything that is attached to you, the script wouldn't have to ask permission explicitly.  PERMISSION_TRIGGER_ANIMATION is granted automatically whenever you sit on or attach an object that asks for it.  So, that's the most likely explanation.

Less likely but increasingly possible is that you are in a region that has an Experience enabled. If you have accepted the Experience, you have automatically given scripts in that region permission to animate you, no matter what sort of object they are in.  As landowners and scripters gradually become familiar with Experience tools, you may find that happening more often.  Carry a hanky.

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That is definitely cool.  I can only think of a couple of explanations.  You might have an attachment ( a hat?  gloves?  a HUD? ) that contains a sneeze anim.  If it's properly scripted with a random timer, it could activate the anim every once in a while.  Since you own anything that is attached to you, the script wouldn't have to ask permission explicitly.  PERMISSION_TRIGGER_ANIMATION is granted automatically whenever you sit on or attach an object that asks for it.  So, that's the most likely explanation.

Less likely but increasingly possible is that you are in a region that has an Experience enabled. If you have accepted the Experience, you have automatically given scripts in that region permission to animate you, no matter what sort of object they are in.  As landowners and scripters gradually become familiar with Experience tools, you may find that happening more often.  Carry a hanky.

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