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first... this kind of warnings are used by sim/landowners who still, after several years,not know what causes Lag.

 

second, it's not in preferences, but in what you WEAR, shoes, hair, clothes, jewelry are the most scipt heavy things.

In special poor designed or old like freebies.

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first... this kind of warnings are used by sim/landowners who still, after several years,not know what causes Lag.

 

second, it's not in preferences, but in what you WEAR, shoes, hair, clothes, jewelry are the most scipt heavy things.

In special poor designed or old like freebies.

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Alwin's correct.

LOTS of things contain scripts.  Any time you wear a mesh body, a HUD, clothing that has a texture change menu, jewelry or hair that has a re-size menu, and many other things, you are wearing items with scripts in them.

In particular, things like hair and jewelry that have re-size scripts may be poorly made, and have a script in every single prim...sometimes a couple hundred of them!  You can get rid of these, once you have edited the item to the size you want, by using the Delete command in the re-size menu...but make a spare copy first, because once you do that, you won't be able to re-size the item any more!

Some landowners think that lots of scripts cause lag.  This is not true, but this is why you're getting that "helpful" message that you can improve your performance by reducing the scripts you're wearing.  In your case, the message seems to be saying that you are well within the limits the landowner has set.  If you want, you can experiment by taking off HUDs and other scripted attachments, and see how that message changes.  Also note your performance and see if there's any change.  

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