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How to see if people are at a location before going

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Hi everyone

I was wondering if there is a way that you can see if there is a lot of people at a location before you Tp over, quite a few times I have found a cool place and TP over there but when I get there it is Empty.

So is there way to find out if there is a lot people, or do u just have to ask your friends who is online if there is a lot of people there.

Thank for your help

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You can open the map, type the name of the region. Avatars are represented as green dots on the map. The more dots, the more crowded is the place.

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As far as I know you only can tell how many people are on 1 sim. Open the World map and place the cursor on the sim. Make sure you have marked the 'People' check box. A hover text will tell you the amount of avatars.

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If you are using the Website to search for places, You can actually see on the right corner of each advert, there is a bar meter of avatars that are in that in location. Try clicking on your Destination Guide and search for the bar meter with the more heads highlighted.

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You can also use the suggestions here for the reverse -- to see when a sim is full to bursting which generally means lag. In those cases before you attempt the TP you can check your avatar for extraneous bits to remove -- like lots of scripts, and so on -- to reduce YOUR contribution to the lag and increase your chance of being able to TP into the sim. This is useful for music events, sales at popular stores, party places, etc.

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Charly Muggins wrote:

It's funny, when I have tpd places stripped to my gstring the hostesses seem less than enamoured with my contribution to lag reduction.

Were you TPing to a formal dress requirement sim? If so, then the fault is yours. You  should have put on a black bow tie, black socks and patent leather shoes with the g-string.

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Ellyn Elan wrote:


Charly Muggins wrote:

It's funny, when I have tpd places stripped to my gstring the hostesses seem less than enamoured with my contribution to lag reduction.

Were you TPing to a formal dress requirement sim? If so, then the fault is yours. You  should have put on a black bow tie, black socks and patent leather shoes with the g-string.

You're right Ellyn, a bow tie at least.

To avoid running afoul of "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service" it seems the g-string might be the wrong choice for minimal-lag dressing. I suggest just a shirt and shoes... and the bow-tie for formal.

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