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I really don't know what you intended to do with this, so I'm not sure how to advise you.

llSay(llGetSubString(-500, name, face4);

There are at least four errors in that one statement, involving the syntax of llSay, the use of llGetSubString  --What substring? -- , the appearance of face4, and a missing parenthesis.  I suggest spending a little time looking in the LSL wiki at how llSay and llGetSubString are used.  Before that, though, devote some time to thinking through the logic of what you want the script to do, step by step.  Other scripters can always help fix syntax, but only you can clarify what the script is supposed to do.

BTW, questions like this really belong in the LSL Scripting forum, not in Answers. :smileywink:

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I really don't know what you intended to do with this, so I'm not sure how to advise you.

llSay(llGetSubString(-500, name, face4);

There are at least four errors in that one statement, involving the syntax of llSay, the use of llGetSubString  --What substring? -- , the appearance of face4, and a missing parenthesis.  I suggest spending a little time looking in the LSL wiki at how llSay and llGetSubString are used.  Before that, though, devote some time to thinking through the logic of what you want the script to do, step by step.  Other scripters can always help fix syntax, but only you can clarify what the script is supposed to do.

BTW, questions like this really belong in the LSL Scripting forum, not in Answers. :smileywink:

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