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How to create a script that would play a sound and play and hold an idle animation upon rez?


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I don't understand exactly what you are expecting your scripts to do.  I'm a little confused by the phrase "hold an idle animation upon rezzing an object" and by the description "rez multiple object attached to the player and then play a sound upon touching another object".  Still, the answer is that if you have never written a LSL script before, these ones will be well beyond your skill level.  They require a rather tricky sequence of events (rezzing, requesting appropriate permissions, attaching, and animation) plus probably some dialog menu construction.  Your best bet is to post in the InWorld Employment forum to attract the attention of a scripter who can write custom scripts for you.  Describe exactly what you want the scripts to do.  Expect to pay a few thousand L$ for each of the scripts.

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I don't understand exactly what you are expecting your scripts to do.  I'm a little confused by the phrase "hold an idle animation upon rezzing an object" and by the description "rez multiple object attached to the player and then play a sound upon touching another object".  Still, the answer is that if you have never written a LSL script before, these ones will be well beyond your skill level.  They require a rather tricky sequence of events (rezzing, requesting appropriate permissions, attaching, and animation) plus probably some dialog menu construction.  Your best bet is to post in the InWorld Employment forum to attract the attention of a scripter who can write custom scripts for you.  Describe exactly what you want the scripts to do.  Expect to pay a few thousand L$ for each of the scripts.

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