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Hi Veronica,

Years and years ago, there was an open source project that aimed to create an application to parse the viewer's local inventory cache file and export it to XML. It appears the project lived... three days.

Here are the ashes...

http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/SL_My_Inventory_Viewer

There was also an application that could actually back up some inventory items to your PC, though I don't know if it could export an inventory list (I doubt it). That's also been discontinued and its ashes are here...

http://www.storedinventory.com

Yes, I'm frustrating you with examples of things that never were or are no more. That's the best I can do! Hopefully someone else can do better, but I'm not optimistic.

:-(.

ETA: I tried Whirly's suggestion. The unzipped file is a giant XML hairball that's not nearly as tempting as the cookies she recommends.

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Hi Veronica,

Years and years ago, there was an open source project that aimed to create an application to parse the viewer's local inventory cache file and export it to XML. It appears the project lived... three days.

Here are the ashes...

http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/SL_My_Inventory_Viewer

There was also an application that could actually back up some inventory items to your PC, though I don't know if it could export an inventory list (I doubt it). That's also been discontinued and its ashes are here...

http://www.storedinventory.com

Yes, I'm frustrating you with examples of things that never were or are no more. That's the best I can do! Hopefully someone else can do better, but I'm not optimistic.

:-(.

ETA: I tried Whirly's suggestion. The unzipped file is a giant XML hairball that's not nearly as tempting as the cookies she recommends.

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You can sort of do this but it's a faff and the results are not in a pretty format and are likely not what you are wanting.

However, for what it's worth:

  • Open the viewers cache folder
  • Find the inv.gz zipped folder that starts with your avatars UUID and unzip it.
  • Open the .inv folder & open the .inv file inside in a text editor.
  • Decide that was all pretty much useless and have a cookie instead  ;)

 

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