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What recourse can I take with a vendor who failed to support her product?

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Unfortunately there is nothing you can do. LL will not get involved in resident to resident disputes. Bite the bullet and learn from it. It is a shame that this types of things happen in SL.

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Unfortunately there is nothing you can do. LL will not get involved in resident to resident disputes. Bite the bullet and learn from it. It is a shame that this types of things happen in SL.

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LL will not get involved in disputes between residents so there is very little you can do in that respect.

If you have the script full perms, the best you can do is try to find a scripter that will try to help you fix it.

I suggest you post on the scripting forum for help http://community.secondlife.com/t5/LSL-Scripting/bd-p/LSLScripting

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You should probably remove the name of the person who did the job for you from your post. I think it is against the TOS to list names like this.

- Luc -

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Please do not post script-requests in the scripting forums, they are for discussing how to write scirpts yourself, not for getting other people to do it.

Anyone who wants to buy a script or hire a scripter to do work for them should, instead, post to Commerce > Wanted and/or Commerce > In-world Employment.

 

@ Peewee - or I'll come and smash or your windows (or whatever the current comedy threat is) 8~0

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LOL Peter, you know you love scripting requests really hehe :D

It sounded to me like the OP could have a script that is "nearly done" & had hired a scripter that was in over their head and couldn`t fix it. So rather than wasting 4K on a bad deal, a better scripter may be able to see what was wrong with the script. I know u guys often play spot the mistake over there hehe :P

But yeah if he had no script at all I wouldn`t suggest going that forum to hire a scripter to write one.

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Good point Peewee.

@OP - as Peewee says we do try to suggest how scripts can be fixed or improved, up to and including posting solutions sometimes. In general, however, that's only for people who are comfortable editing their own scripts to implement the changes we post.

 

Scripting is programming, so trying to do it at a step removed is like the worst game of Chinese Whispers you've ever imagined.

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