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How to reduce/delete scripts on my avi?

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Hello, i am new to SL, and i am still getting familiar with the game. I was reading a lot about lag issues, and that i can contribute in reducing lag by deleting/reducing scripts on my avi. However i don't know how to do that, i've googled and didn't find the answer. I am not experienced yet, as i said i started playing recently, so i would ask the more experienced players to describe me step by step the process for reducing/deleting scripts on my avi. I really don't want to delete or ruin anything :) So, please if you have time help me with this one. I use Singularity Viewer and i've only managed to count the scripts on my avi -  total of 211 .

Thanks

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You can have scripts in items of clothing or hair.  Most content makers now make scripts that can be deleted via a menu-driven, drop-down blue box.  Use your cursor to run your mouse over your avatar.  When it changes to a 'hand' that usually means there is a script there.  Right click the object (a sleeve, a shoe, hair) and a blue box should drop down.  There should be an option to delete all scripts in that box.

Just make sure that the item is sized and colored as you like it.  Once the script is deleted, you cannot get it back.

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What Venus said, and also you probably want to first make a copy of the item to keep in your inventory, so that you still have one with scripts (in case you need to resize, etc., later). 

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Thanks for the fast response :) I will try to delete the scripts as you suggested. If i got it right - all i need to do, is run the mouse over the parts of my avi- clothes hair etc, see if the hand appears, drop down that object and delete the scripts. I don't need to make a copy of the object i'm deleting scripts from?

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And, yes I highly recommend you make a copy first but you should also have copies in the original box it came in if it came in a box.  Otherwise, you may want to make a folder for the originals.

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For all those things that don't come with script killers, you can delete them yourself, but only if the object has modify permissions.

 

I have a scrubber script (I'm at work, I could paste it for you when I get home) that you drop into an object and it does a pretty good job cleaning up most of the scripts completely automatically. It's really handy!

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Well, i did as some of you suggested,but i still have problem.

I use Singularity viewer and it has a tool for counting scripts on my avi. I wore pants that contain 166 scripts in them . So i run the mouse over my avi, and yes the pointer turned to "hand" i right clicked on my pants, but, there was no drop down blue box... I use Singularity viewer, so when i right clicked there was a circle with options like Touch, Drop, Profile, Edit, Detach etc...so i chose the edit menu, went into Content Tab and there was a folder named Content and in i guess were the scripts  so i deleted those...But it turned out that they're still here, i used the script count tool and i still have 166 scripts on.

I got a script scrubber from the SL market, it was free, but when i drag that script into my clothes folder notnig happens :( I know i am doing something the wrong way, but i have no idea how to get rid of these scripts :matte-motes-not-even:

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