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Wanted to know what is #LSL<-> Client Bridge v0.13?


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The LSL Client Bridge is an object that can communicate with the Phoenix Viewer through chat messages. Through the use of LSL script commands, the bridge is a powerful tool that boosts radar performance, the accuracy of online status in profiles, and allows teleports to avatars and specific locations on a SIM despite landing points. The bridge is also an open source item, and the import information used to build it can be located in the “app_settings” folder. 

Doubtful that it steals your lindens...

http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/doku.php?id=lsl_client_bridge

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Okay this "bridge" is for all viewers becaue i do not use phoenix. The reason i say it took some of my lindens it only happens when I log in adn have this thing attached to my Avatar. Hmm thank you i will call Linden Lab because whatever it is, it has taken alot of my linden in large amounts

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Did you install Phoenix at any point in time? If so, I believe the Bridge stays in your inventory even after you uninstall Phoenix. As far as I know, Phoenix is the only client that uses it.

Have you looked at your Transaction History? Does it say the lindens are going to another account? I'm thinking it doesn't say "#LSL<-> Client Bridge v0.13"...

 

ETA: The Emerald client also used the Bridge, as did (does?) Emergence.

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As the others pointed out, the client bridge is unlikely to have taken lindens from your account. You may, however, have a group role which is set to 'Pay group liabilities and receive group dividends'. If this is the case, you will occationally have lindens taken from your balance. Have a word with the owner of the group to have this corrected if it is in error.

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