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How to make objects smaller that refuse to be made smaller?


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Hi,

I am experimenting with shapes of different body size, and I need to adapt the size of objects, like shoes. I regularly find that some objects cannot be made smaller. Most likely because some prim hidden inside the conglomerate has already reached the minimum length?

Is there any way to solve this in an easy way? And even if I want to do it the hard way, is there any way I can get a list of the prims so that I can review them one by one?

NB: I have studied some video tutorials including one on tiny prims, but I need find the prims first.

Any help appreciated.

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You can get each link's dimensions easily enough.  Locating the link could be a little trickier.  To get link sizes, try this ...

 

default{     touch_start(integer num)    {        integer i;        for (i=1; i <= llGetNumberOfPrims(); ++i)        {            string Size = llList2String(llGetLinkPrimitiveParams(i,[PRIM_SIZE]),0);            llSay(0, "Link #" + (string) i + " --- " + Size);        }    }}

 Drop that into your linkset temporarily and click on it. 

 

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