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When you block someone on SL, can they still see you online?


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The first step to take is to uncheck the "see me on the map" case if this person is on your friends lit (and purely and simply remove him from your list). However, viewers like Phoenix allow to see when an avatar is online, but won't allow this guy to localize you on the grid.

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The first step to take is to uncheck the "see me on the map" case if this person is on your friends lit (and purely and simply remove him from your list). However, viewers like Phoenix allow to see when an avatar is online, but won't allow this guy to localize you on the grid.

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Anyone can see you online.  You can make it difficult by not checking the appropriate box in your friends list, for example, but there's no way you can prevent it.  It's easy to write a short script that will check to see whether a person is on line.  There are many devices in Marketplace that do that.

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Even if you delete this person from your friends list and mute/block them from seeing you online, if you belong to the same groups they can see whether or not you are online on the group info and they can see when the last time you logged in was.  There are also huds sold on the marketplace that will tell them when you are online.  So it is not possible to hide from someone completely unless you create a new ("alt") avatar and do not visit your usual hangouts, do not join the same groups and avoid friends of your first account - the more anonymous and separate your alt is the better chance you have of remaining undiscovered.  Sorry - its not very good news.

Alternatively ignore, mute and file abuse reports if necessary and carry on your sl as if this person doesn't exist.  The more you feed the drama the more they will persist.

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