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Is it possible to llSay a SLURL and make it not clickable, that is to display it literally only?

I want:

llSay(0, "http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Help%20Island%20Public/181/197/23");

to display as

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Help%20Island%20Public/181/197/23

and not as:

 Help Island Public (181,197,23)

 

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I guess you could do...

llSay(0, "[http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Help%20Island%20Public/181/197/23 http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Help%20Island%20Public/181/197/23]");

It would be clickable, but it would also display the full link.

Essentially it uses the fact that you can create "named links," for example: [google.com Google!] would become Google!

Edited by Wulfie Reanimator
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Spaces aren't what I wanted. The reason they make the text non-clickable is the viewer scans for URLs and URLs aren't allowed to have spaces. But I want it to appear as a valid URL.

The technique using square brackets does not work. I tried Firestorm and the standard viewer.

The <nolink> technique works exactly as i wanted. Thanks. What page documents these sorts of elements?

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I believe that there is no page that documents this kind of commands (I may be wrong, though), however viewer code (llurlentry.cpp and llurlregistry.cpp) suggests support for <nolink>, <icon> and @ character (for e-mails). Plus, in some viewers, for a dozen of JIRA related project names, so for example string "BUG-123" placed in the viewer chat is automatically converted to a clickable link that is pointing to https://jira.secondlife.com/browse/BUG-123

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