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  2. Just buy moderate. Price is the same but you don't have to worry about people getting butthurt
  3. Assuming the OP is a viable and legal account then the problem seems to be the language thing. The Lab wants certain information in order to the OP to cash out and the OP hasn't given them what they need but thinks they have -- so no money. So yes, NO QUESTION as far as I see. There could of course be more going on -- we can't know that.
  4. I'll take 5 photo threads over 20 "hey why can't I get a new Linden home?" threads.
  5. Show me your ***** Someone from "second life" telling me that ? The biggest joke ever...
  6. I don’t understand the purpose of this post or what the question is.
  7. Uh if you say so. Still waiting for your certification...
  8. yellowowl

    Sold out??

    I have one of the older Linden Homes. I would like to abandon it. How do I abandon it?
  9. They sadly did not at my house, not sure why ... send a ticket Saturday and they told me today they want an expert to have a look .. missing my new house now 3 days, guess this will take longer, not happy here!
  10. Yes, this! Horse and bike trails would be lovely! I'd also love some larger inland community areas as you fill in sims in the future! The Hartnell community pool area, for example, is a really great size for a public gathering spot. But the other community areas I've found or visited (except the lighthouse islands) feel slightly claustrophobic to me, and I wonder if others feel the same way. I like to have lots of room for my camera! I would enjoy spending more time in community areas with large, open, airy spaces. Larger community gathering points would also serve to break up the cookie-cutter feeling as you move further inland, and add more scenic value to homes father from the shore
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  12. Durr. there's me thinking I can count! Sorry! Mind you it is now 5pm SLT and the Grid Status page STILL shows the Maintenance, so maybe it is still going, maybe not. I found I could transfer money to other accounts and make inworld purchases a few minutes ago so.....?
  13. Sorry for the somewhat boring pic, but I've been too busy making some more tweaks to my skin and have not found a good photo spot (but at least I changed clothes and did some different poses since yesterday - lol). Made brows in a color closer to my hair, then I found out that another (bit more famous than me) girl called Kaia have this cute little beauty mark just beneath her lip (even though she covers it with makeup most of the time), so I decided to give myself one too - perhaps that's what I need to get a model career Her mother has a bigger beauty mark over her lip on the left side, so I made one of those too - but I won't bother you with a pic of that (today at least) As you can see in the untouched picture, I still have a way to go to get the neck join decent
  14. I am in the process of replicating my real-world bookshelf in Second Life. This primarily consists of making prim books, but the hardcovers are going to require my (finally) learning how to use AO and UV maps for mesh objects. I'm taking the photos myself as much as possible, and am only doing the books I've actually read thus far. I have a Tumblr to detail the trials and tribulations, for whoever might be interested. https://llama-books.tumblr.com/
  15. That's three documents, not one. They asked for one document created within the past 90 days that has your name and current address on it.
  16. You already did that. That's why you wrote and the following test in the listen event. Remember? Put an llOwnerSay test right after to see whether you're looking at the right one. If not, then you know where you better start looking for the mistake.
  17. i give them already ID card and Payment slip and Household registration book
  18. I'm not a sailor, but my first guess would be that if you can see the land, you ought to stay on that side of the buoy. If you can't see the land, keep your mini-map open so you can see the big black area on the other side of the buoy.
  19. I would be thrilled to have visitors at my house in Maple Cross! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Maple Cross/73/70/23
  20. Apparently you have not provided one document that contains all three of the necessary pieces of information.
  21. For the sake of quenching the nay sayers out there, I'll put down my findings on different client experiences during the current disconnection problems in more detail. If it helps people who are interested in sim-crossing activities in SL, that's great. Ideally we want the problem fixed though. Around the beginning of March I decided to complete all the Yavascript pod routes again for reasons not worth explaining here. Using Firestorm (my usual viewer), this was going fine. The 18th March was the last time to date that I have managed to complete any of the Yavascript pod routes using Firestorm. I didn't try any pod routes on the 19th but I was aware from my own experiences and friends that teleports were a problem that evening (UTC). On the 20th I went back to the pod runs. All hail the sim crossing disconnection demon. For a while I suspected recent changes in the Firestorm code (I compile from source), but that doesn't seem to be the case. However when I tried CoolVL for a comparison a few days after the 20th, once again I was completing pod routes. So here's the list again of Pod Routes for the doubters. Completed routes: C1, C2/N2, C3, C4-Tea2 H1, H2, H3, H4, H6, H7, H8 G1-North, G1-South, G2, G5, G6 J1, J2, J3, J4, J5, J6, J7 M1, M2, M3 N1 S0, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8 T1, T2 Z1, Z2, Z3, Z4 Incomplete routes: C4-Tea1 G7 H5 N3 46 routes. Of that list, 8 were completed before March 18th using Firestorm. That leaves 38 routes. 4 still incomplete. For those of you that have never tried to complete a Yavascript pod route, some of those routes cross hundreds of sims and take many hours to complete. The information I'm giving you here is based on literally thousands of sim crossings. 33 of those routes have been completed since the start of the current server disconnection problems (March 20th) using CoolVL. One of them was completed using Alchemy. None of them have been completed using Firestorm. Zero. Nada. Zilch. And not for lack of trying. During the disconnection problems, I have tried various tricks. I've tried Firestorm with sky rendering turned off and/or Windlight shaders disabled. No big difference. After starting a "Pod run", Firestorm will normally give me a disconnection error message after 15-30mins of sim crossings. For a long time 45mins was the longest it managed. On one evening it managed 1h45mins, sadly still not long enough to complete the pod run I was on at the time. That gives us an idea of the degree of random in the disconnection problems. (Yes I time the pod runs). In comparison. CoolVL has managed far in excess of 3 hours constant sim crossings. Completing routes and still allowing a TP to start the next route. It's not immune to the current problems, but they happen much more rarely. Most pod failures are the "old style" problems, where you find yourself standing on a road after a while with no pod under your ass. I've tried Kokua a few times, and so far it's disconnection performance appears roughly equal to Firestorm. The current Singularity for Linux build has problems with the CEF (HTML) plugin for me, so I haven't tested it. I recently tried Alchemy out if interest. It's an old build but compared to CoolVL still a modern v2 viewer. So I just wanted to see if changes since November 2017 (it's last release) made any difference. Results are patchy. It can achieve a very long run sometimes, although that may just be freak occurrences. It may be failing at other times simply because it's so out of date. (It doesn't understand Animesh for example). Since the source code seems to be no longer available, and the variance in time before disconnection is so huge. I've given up testing it. Any other viewers that I haven't mentioned have not been tested. So if someone on here is telling you that all viewers will suffer the same disconnection rates, and that any user analysis of what's going on is worthless, and we should all just read a book until the Linden's fix it. They really have no idea what they are talking about. It probably is worth trying other viewers, but beware the random run of good luck. If you get good results, check it a few times to make sure it's not just a lucky run then share them. Cheers.
  22. I added a public animesh riding horse rezzer in front of my house! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Maple Cross/73/70/23
  23. I provided all the information they wanted because I wasn't in the United States in China, but they also froze my account. They didn't want me to bring the money out. They didn't let me bring the rest of the money I had recharged. They were fraudulent and discriminated against the Chinese.what should i do nobody help me
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