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what is prim count 0? what is the difference it has with temprezzers?


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Hi Diane,

More about object's temporary status is here.

These prims/objects live "until the next garbage collection cycle (about 1 minute). Does not count against normal prim limits. There are limits to the number of temporary objects that can exist in a region and the garbage collector may run sooner than expected."

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Hi Diane,

More about object's temporary status is here.

These prims/objects live "until the next garbage collection cycle (about 1 minute). Does not count against normal prim limits. There are limits to the number of temporary objects that can exist in a region and the garbage collector may run sooner than expected."

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Some people think that temp prims are like free prims that don`t count, but they are infact counted and can cause parcels to be full.

If you have access to the object counts on About Land for your property, it is true that in the numbers at the top where says how many prims are on the parcel it does not include temp prims. However if you click the refresh list button and add up the prim totals for all the different people, those numbers do include temp prims and you can get a very different overall total if there are excessive temporary rezzers on the property.

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