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I recently created a skybox and landscaped it with an Inverse "sky platform" which gave me grass in a cliff like surrounding but now, when I go to place other objects it says that I cannot rez because the owner hasn't given me permission. I checked, and I'm showing up as the owner. What gives?

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Are you confident that your skybox is entirely over your own land, and that things you are trying to rez are not lapping onto your neighbor's parcel?

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Yes, I think that's the problem. Trying to rez on a  mesh surface. Yes I can Rez at ground level. I have to Rez at ground-level and move it up to the sky box?

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3 minutes ago, Rolig Loon said:

Are you confident that your skybox is entirely over your own land, and that things you are trying to rez are not lapping onto your neighbor's parcel?

Yes I double checked that. It appears to be all right.

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7 minutes ago, Donmcybertect said:

Yes I double checked that. It appears to be all right.

Then Whirly's questions are probably where you want to focus your attention.

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11 hours ago, Donmcybertect said:

I have to Rez at ground-level and move it up to the sky box?

No hopefully not that drastic!
If you rez a fresh box prim with the build tool (that should work) and stretch the prim to a small rezzing platform shape you should hopefully be able to rez from inventory onto that prim & then edit the items into place.

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It's probably a sculpt rather than a mesh surface. Making mesh ground and floors you can't rez on is a beginner's mistake and I can't imagine Inverse would do anything like that. They do have at least one skybox with sculpt ground though and with sculpts there is no solution except for adding a prim as Whirly suggested.

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3 hours ago, ChinRey said:

It's probably a sculpt rather than a mesh surface. Making mesh ground and floors you can't rez on is a beginner's mistake and I can't imagine Inverse would do anything like that. They do have at least one skybox with sculpt ground though and with sculpts there is no solution except for adding a prim as Whirly suggested.

I do believe it is a sculpt. Just so I understand; is there a way to make a mesh that can be rezzed on? And, if so, where might I find more information on this?

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31 minutes ago, Donmcybertect said:

I do believe it is a sculpt. Just so I understand; is there a way to make a mesh that can be rezzed on? And, if so, where might I find more information on this?

By sheer coincidence we happened to be discussing that in another thread just now ^_^

 

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