VirgyStella Posted December 8, 2019 Share Posted December 8, 2019 Hello, (sorry, I'm not English mothertongue, so maybe my language is not perfect) below is a description of what I would like to do, what I did, and where I can't go on, on which I humbly ask for help from those who are more experienced than me. I'm building a mechanical apparatus (like an industrial machine) made up of two parts (actually every part is a set of linked prims): Part A, it is a fixed framework that acts as an external skeleton and support to the machine; Part B, is a mobile part that moves back and forth with only translation moving inside the frame. I created Part B, adding a simple LSL script that simulates an oscillator that goes back and forth with constant speed. So far, so good. When I integrated the two pieces, linking Part A and Part B between them, Part A, which should remain fixed, started to move solidly to Part B, which is not what I wanted ... I wanted Part A fixed and Part B flowing inside him. The "trivial" solution would obviously be to not link the 2 parts between them, but this poses a difficulty: if tomorrow I transfer the apparatus to someone (I do not say sell it, but also only as a gift), this someone must rezzare the two separate pieces and then place the moving part at the right coordinates within the frame. So it would be much more convenient to have it rezzed as a unique object. The question is: is there any way to do this? A single object with fixed Part A and mobile Part A, without both moving? If not, how can I make sure that it is still rezzed by someone who does not understand coordinates and positioning of prims, so with each piece already in the right position? Thanks for the patience of having read me this far, and thank you from now for any replies! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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