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I am being severely harassed by a user who constantly create new accounts to attack me directly.


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block/mute derender ban and reoport, move on, thats all you can do.

 

your story surprises me in a way, because you seem t like it,  you let it happen over and over..and over..

You should mute this idiots instantly. don't go in discussion... and lifting bans?.... well... i only can sigh....never ever. If 300 isn't enough rezz some orbs.

 

I know leaving doesn't solve the real issue but you will have at least peace for yourself.

There are hundreds of sandboxes, and lot off jobs.

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Easier said than done. When reporting a user or a content, it is better to also have a screenshot of it displayed on-screen for the report. Simply highlighting those crashers to report one of them is enough to crash my graphic driver every time. I do not see how this case is surprising, I do not like that one bit but sometimes you have to negotiate with the person in the hope to make them change their mind, knowing what they want and find a way to make them stop. I did not answer anything else beside blocking him, but just the fact that I can see what he is telling me is enough to piss me off. The instant I am about to block him, I can not really ignore what is popping-up in my screen region.

Lifting bans is in general, but not for this guy. I put him on a blacklist for whenever our list is full, he will be skipped for the clean-up. Scripts are useless, especially in an extremely large region like this one, lags are something very common here, even the age detector can miss a few users who slip away because of it and high range sensors create even more lags, we have enough lags to deal as it is since even the about land sometimes refuse to load the object list on time just to tell you how laggy the place is.

I could leave and have peace and everyone else too, yeah.. But nobody is in agreement with my thoughts. Saying they do not want me to let him "win" like that.

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lags is caused by the over use of sim resources not just a few orbs. The structure of the sims is totally different as a few years ago. And lag is 99% client side... not server.

You choose to stay in the circumstances this griefer can get to you, nothing wrong with your choice, but take the consequenses... he will keep comming, nothing really nothing will hold him, and for sure not because you feed his need.

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Well, the founder of the place told me to give him more time and one day he will give up, that he just need to bring all his old account here so we will ban them all until he runs out. He increased the age detector to 7 days. I just hope he is right. Just the fact that this guy got so many old accounts is pretty insane. I guess it is not the first time he do it. :/

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If someone's using a graphics crasher, there's some simple viewer settings that can protect you. http://blog.nalates.net/2013/07/21/second-life-graphics-crashers/ gives details. Those settings aren't ideal, of course, but they're what Security use when people are using graphics crashers in the regions I'm involved in.

 

Or you could toggle into and out of Wireframe: Enable the Developer menu (Preferences > Advanced > Show Developer Menu or CTRL+ALT+Q), then hit CTRL+SHIFT+R to enable wireframe & hit it again restore normal view.

 

 

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Yeah, I use my own settings with RenderAutoHideSurfaceAreaLimit by tweaking in the debug menu. I set my own preferences in the Quick Preferences from my viewer. Ctrl+Alt+Shift+9 also do the trick. I have no problem with crashers, it is taking the screenshot of it for the report I can not do unless I do not highlight it.

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I wouldn't worry too much about the screenshot, then. LL can tell from the region's debug logs and crash reports if someone's been using a graphics card crasher, I think. Or try wireframe -- you should be able to identify the crasher attachment in wireframe view, I think.

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