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How do i find the UUID for a Group


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Hmmmm... I have two easy answers, neither of which is what you want but I'll offer them anyway. The quick one is to use Phoenix instead of V2.  When you open a group's page in Phoenix, the UUID is right at the top of the General page.  The other suggestion is to drop this script

default{	touch_start(integer total_number)	{		llSay(0, llList2String(llGetObjectDetails(llGetKey(),[OBJECT_GROUP]),0));	}}

 into a prim, set the prim to the group you want the UUID of (assuming that you are in the group and can do that), and click it.  The script will tell you the group's UUID. 

I told you neither answer was the one you're looking for. They both work, though.  :smileyhappy:

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Hmmmm... I have two easy answers, neither of which is what you want but I'll offer them anyway. The quick one is to use Phoenix instead of V2.  When you open a group's page in Phoenix, the UUID is right at the top of the General page.  The other suggestion is to drop this script

default{	touch_start(integer total_number)	{		llSay(0, llList2String(llGetObjectDetails(llGetKey(),[OBJECT_GROUP]),0));	}}

 into a prim, set the prim to the group you want the UUID of (assuming that you are in the group and can do that), and click it.  The script will tell you the group's UUID. 

I told you neither answer was the one you're looking for. They both work, though.  :smileyhappy:

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Searching at https://secondlife.com/my/community/groups/ does not work for me. I get zero results every time. Instead, just use the search box on the upper right of any page anywhere on http://secondlife.com, click on Groups on the left if you need to narrow it down, click on the name of the group in the search results, click the green More Info button, then look down below the social media icons for "Link to this page:" and the group UUID is the last part following the last slash ('/'). For example if you see:

Link to this page: http://world.secondlife.com/group/8aa64b67-bebf-f81a-cb76-45260601a58f

The group UUID is: 8aa64b67-bebf-f81a-cb76-45260601a58f

 

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You really do not need a script for this it is extremely simple to do from SL website.

1. Search your group at https://secondlife.com/my/community/groups/?lang=en-US

2. Click on your group when you find it in search.

3. Click on More Info Button.

4. The Browser URL will hace the Group Key in it.

E.G. http://world.secondlife.com/group/d4a21a33-8afb-1b3b-477a-1234c56ec78c?lang=en-US Bold area is group key.

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