Frankie Rockett Posted December 6, 2019 Share Posted December 6, 2019 (edited) Hi! I have an application working at the moment that I'd like to rewrite in a much more friendly way and I wonder if you guys and girls can help? I have a game that rezs many prims. It's up to the player but there might be a hundred or more. The region's the limit, theoretically. When the game is over, all the prims (which are all very close by and very close together) need deleting. Currently they all have a 'listen' in them, listening on a particular channel for the 'Clear' command, whereupon they 'die'. I would love to not be creating scores or even hundreds of listens! So I am wondering how else to do it? I was musing that perhaps there is a way to link two or more prims that are and remain separate from the prim that created them? Is that do-able? So to be clear, prim A contains the script and the means of spawning prim B, C, D and so on. Prim A creates B initially, but B is unique as the first one spawned, it's set to contain the only 'listen' needed. As each new prim is spawned, it links to prim B (or any of the others except A). When the game is over, a 'clear' command causes prim B to delete, taking everything attached to it with it. Ok, that's my uninformed guess! Might that work? What are the key functions that I might need to get it going? And of course, are there any other exotic techniques I might employ to achieve the same functionality? Thank you for your thoughts! Edited December 6, 2019 by Frankie Rockett Increased clarity - I hope. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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