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How do I check how many prims I have left to use on the land I'm renting?


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I'm wondering how to check how many prims I have left to use on the land I'm renting.

I realised I had been putting stuff down on not keeping track of the prims. I tried looking it up but wasn't having any luck.

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if your home is on a parcel that is shared with others then check (touch) your rental box.  Many rental boxes can tell us what our limit is and how many prims we have used

if you are the only renter on the parcel then menu World \ About Land \ Objects

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If your rental box doesn't give you the answer (some don't) then there are scripted counters on the marketplace. I typed in "land impact counter" and got a few that look like they will do what you need. Here is one.  Oftentimes landlords give these out in welcome bundles so if you got a folder when you rented, check in there also.

 

https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Parcel-Li-Counter-For-Renters-v10-HUD/8456870

 

 

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This script has been around for a while -- I posted it back in 2011 -- but it still works.  If I were redoing it today, I would probably make a few different coding decisions, but hey ..... it works, and it's free.

 

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16 hours ago, Mollymews said:

if your home is on a parcel that is shared with others then check (touch) your rental box.  Many rental boxes can tell us what our limit is and how many prims we have us

if you are the only renter on the parcel then menu World \ About Land \ Objects

Thanks that worked.

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