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Hello DatKidQuil. If you purchased the skybox, the best you have to do is to read and follow the instructions you find (i guess) into the folder when you unpack it. If you want to build your own skybox please check out the following video from Torley Linden.

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Hello DatKidQuil. If you purchased the skybox, the best you have to do is to read and follow the instructions you find (i guess) into the folder when you unpack it. If you want to build your own skybox please check out the following video from Torley Linden.

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Not too clear on your question so if you don't mind, perhaps you can detail a bit what you are looking to do.  Do you need to know how to move a skybox from the ground to the sky?

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I'm not quite clear about what you are asking.  If you are on the ground and want to move a skybox from the ground, where you rezzed it, to some elevation in the sky, open your Build/Edit tool (CTRL+3) the select the entire structure.  Then go to the Object tab in the Build/Edit tool, and type in its Z position (not its Z size!) to the elevation you want. Hit Enter.  Your structure should vanish from ground level and appear at the correct elevation.

That is one good way to be sure that your skybox will be entirely inside your own parcel's boundary when it is in the sky. (If it was inside the boundary on the ground and all you did was lift it, it will still be.)  It's a little harder to guarantee that if you actually rez or build the skybox in the sky, however.  The best way is to create markers on the ground at the corners of your parcel and lift them to your target elevation first.  You can also find scripted tools that make the job a little easier.

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