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any way to check edit history on textured objects ?

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More fool the dope who left their house modify for anyone to mod.

Or was it a case of them just putting prims right next to it which is different, just return objects.

In answer to your question, no.

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Sassy Romano wrote:

More fool the dope who left their house modify for anyone to mod.

Or was it a case of them just putting prims right next to it which is different, just return objects.

In answer to your question, no.

lame...

 

but they textured the house itself with ad textures, every part of it 

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but the original object owner gave someone who clearly shouldn't have been trusted, edit permission.

There's a big DUH! in there.  There's really no need to add features to protect people from their own stupdity, lessons are there for this purpose.  Can you tell that i'm not exactly sympathetic? :)

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Sassy Romano wrote:

but the original object owner gave someone who clearly shouldn't have been trusted, edit permission.

There's a big DUH! in there.  There's really no need to add features to protect people from their own stupdity, lessons are there for this purpose.  Can you tell that i'm not exactly sympathetic?
:)

would be nice know who did it though so could be like whyyy or remove the edit rights so they dont do it again

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Is the object owned by you, or by a group? The list of suspects should be short.

If it's solely owned by you (or one person) only someone in that account's Friends list can have edited it. Hint: don't give edit rights to anyone you don't completely trust, and remove the rights when they don't need them any longer. You never know when they'll get p*ssed off with you.

If it's a group-owned object, and it is specifically shared with the group, certain people in the group might have permission to edit. If the group has been set up sensibly, this will be group owners and possibly officers. In the Group Profile, look under 'Abilities'. Near the bottom of the list is a folder 'Object Management' with three tick boxes. Highlight 'Manipulate (move, copy, modify) group-owned objects'. At the bottom of the panel there will be a list showing 'Members with this ability'.  It could be any of those people.

The trick is prevention, not cure. If you don't know how this stuff works, you shouldn't be giving anyone permission to edit your objects, or giving group roles with edit powers. 

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