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  1. Three wishes that have remained the same since I joined Second Life 600 years ago : 1) Allow us to flip a sim 90 degrees, so that one of the horizontal dimensions is 4,000 meters long. This would allow us to fly that distance as long as we stayed lower than 250 meters in altitude, and have adventures along a sea coast, or a river, or through an entire city. 250 meter limit in X,Y is far too small. 2) Allow us to temp rez on all abandoned land. 3) Allow us to change from ultra tiny size to giants with an LSL command.
  2. It wasn't just that these companies couldn't sell product through Second Life, it was that Linden used to offer discounts for sims to institutions and made deals with companies... so people got excited. When that went away, and the price of a sim was like $1400. a month, well... they left. Plus SL was hit by a huge wave of scandal where it was asserted pedophiles and perverts were hanging out. That negative press was hard to overcome.
  3. What peeves me off the most is, NO ONE ever realizes I'M A GOD! No really, I can walk through an entire crowd of avatars and NO ONE, EVER bows down. So weird.
  4. My estimate is 10. I figure at any one moment in time, an average of 10 people are playing. That's for all the sims, across the grid. OH!? You folks thought all those little green dots are human users? Have any of you popped around and walked up to those little green dots? Yeah... lots of bots, lots of parkers, lots of whatever the hell thingie those are because all they do is use treadmills, dance balls, bicycles, spin on turntables, and drink. That heyday people remember was before SL decided to commit suicide... before they evicted all the companies, special interest groups, universi
  5. Under your 'Advanced Menu' you have the option of turning on and off various rendered aspects of your view such as particles, water, land, trees, clouds, fog, etc. You can also turn on wireframe and see the world as that. A combination of these can be used to pretty well shut down anyone's 'effects'... then you can take other actions from there.
  6. The best way to handle griefing is to invest in weapons from the marketplace. They are obviously legal since they are openly sold and a fee is collected by the Lindens for that sale. So buy them and fire away.
  7. After many years in SL, I truly believe the Lindens want us to to simply grief people back. The best way to do that is to buy weapon systems in the marketplace and use them. Anyone in an area where war breaks out can teleport somewhere else, and those who stay can go all out with everything they have till people calm down and get bored. I truly believe that is what is expected of us. Owners of sims of course have other options... they can ban, but no one else can... so there you go. I have had the last three abuse reports also bounced and the notice of this is sent to my listed email a
  8. After many years in SL, I truly believe the Lindens want us to to simply grief people back. The best way to do that is to buy weapon systems in the marketplace and use them. Anyone in an area where war breaks out can teleport somewhere else, and those who stay can go all out with everything they have till people calm down and get bored. I truly believe that is what is expected of us. Owners of sims of course have other options... they can ban, but no one else can... so there you go.
  9. Over and over I get a notices in my email telling me that an 'abuse report' I made while in-world, was refused and so not noted. My last one tonight was about someone supposedly two days old, who is using a COPY BOT. I watched in a sandbox as they duplicated other people's objects within seconds and so I reported them to the sandbox owner who banned them, and sent an abuse report in, which got bounced. This is the third reports I've sent in in a couple of weeks that got bounced. I am making the reports through my SL viewer. I think it would be better for everyone involved in SL if the Li
  10. On a Macintosh, for those so inclined in their computing tastes... if you browse to your 'User' folder, then into the 'Llibrary,' there is a folder called 'Application Support'. In that folder there is a 'Second Life' folder. Inside that folder are all the records of your interaction with Second Life. That means, your chats, the textures you've seen, the logs, the whole bit. Theoretically, you can take the keys right out of that texture record and build a prim in SL and load those keys into it, and every texture your avatar has 'seen' will appear... etc. These are how griefers and thieves
  11. Move up the ladder of authority. Minions at the bottom might not want to be bothered with taking action, but as you move on up to their supervisors and then their supervisors, at some point, things will click into place and action will be taken.
  12. The Lindens leave us no choice, and just as it has become the defacto standard in the United States, people need to get armed to the teeth and take justice into their own hands. Again, this has not been tested but I am sure it is true... the rights of SL citizens as Americans, is protected over and above the Linden TOS. No company can make rules which abridge our Constitutional Rights, even when they believe they OWN a property, and that property is virtual versus real. For instance, if I was on any American vendor's shopping site on the WWW, and someone hacked my password and bought some
  13. 'Privacy' is mentioned nowhere in the U.S. Constitution... not once. So claiming 'privacy' is just a shield for not having to be accountable. Imagine going to the police with a complaint, and they take a report then you are out of the loop... no way, that is not how law enforcement operates anywhere in the U.S., and since Linden is an American company... THAT matters.
  14. What are the best and the surest ways of stopping damage occurring on a damage enabled Sim. I used to think it was sitting on the ground, or on a non-phys prim, but apparently, you can still die. I tried sitting off sim, in the void, but somehow you can still die there too. So what are the surefire ways of protecting yourself, from damage on damage enabled sims?
  15. What are the best and the surest ways of stopping damage occurring on a damage enabled Sim. I used to think it was sitting on the ground, or on a non-phys prim, but apparently, you can still die. I tried sitting off sim, in the void, but somehow you can still die there too. So what are the surefire ways of protecting yourself, from damage on damage enabled sims?
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