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I agree, starting to see everything coming to life, I cant wait to see all the great models over these coming weeks and months :)

 

I just hope PE and upload costs stay as they are, right now I personally feel they are spot on!

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Ah, that must be it. I am not part of this group. If this is the group that requires you to have land in order to test out mesh, I wont be in it neither.

I thought mesh was going live! :)

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Hey, you can go to the mesh sandbox regions and create stuff there. You don't need to own land to do that. You do need to join mesh volunteers.

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Two questions:

1. Are there mesh sandboxes on the maingrid?

2. Are there any issues with uploading mesh using the new mesh maingrid viewer, even if you don't have access to a mesh maingrid sim and can't rez them? For example, if I just want to get some mesh into my inventory?

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thanks TANAKAAKIO,

to specifically answer your second question, you can upload items and they can be put into your inventory. 

Just a general reminder - please don't put mesh items up for sale yet. If anyone buys them they'll likely be unhappy with you since most of the grid does not yet support mesh.

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Sorry, but I have to partly disagree with you on that.  Builder items where proper notice is given that they only work on test regions should not cause a problem.  General items like clothing, yes, those are not ready until full grid release, and even then, a warning should be provided that they are not viewable unless you have a mesh-enabled viewer.  That warning will be required for quite a while after you go grid-wide.

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What you say is true - and for merchants who provide that information and are prepared for any additional customer support, it's fine (and we can't stop them anyway :-))

We're just trying to err on the conservative side while everyone gets used to this. 

 

Charlar

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