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Bryn Kira

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  1. Thanks Itazura! I took your suggestion and contacted Live Chat again with the "stuck presence" reference and received back the cheery response that "yes, I can help with that". Of course, I got a different Ontyne than I did earlier today. Twenty minutes later, I was back in world.
  2. Thanks Nalates! It is the problem of not being able to log in rather than showing up as a cloud. But I bookmarked your link for future reference as I'm sure I'll need it at some point.
  3. Please accept my apologies if this is not the correct blog in which to ask this question.  Previously premium Live Chat has been able to assist me when my avatar has been ghosted and they have managed to resolve the issue quickly.  Today, I was told they could not help with a ghosting problem and I had to submit a ticket and just wait for a response.  Has there been a change in what Live Chat can help with, or was I just fortunate in the past that the operator was helpful beyond what they are supposed to do?
  4. Thank you all for your help! I was missing the transparent texture and the ability to apply a texture to an individual side of a box (rather than the whole box).
  5. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide and sorry if this is posted in the wrong place! I'm trying to find out how to create scenery that shows an image on one side, but appears 100% transparent (invisible) on the other side as if the image is not there.  I think half my problem is that I'm not sure of the correct terminology to use, so my searches haven't produced much help.  I've searched transparency and alpha channels, and I've found tutorials on setting a portion of an image transparent/alpha, but I'm looking for information on setting the entire back side of an image as transparent. I've created a mountain scene that goes around my land.  I've set the sky to be transparent so I have the default in-world sky.  The hills are opaque.  However, if someone is looking at my scenery from the backside, they see the hills as well, but I want them to not see the image at all from the back.  I've seen such images in-world, but I just don't know how to create them myself. Can anyone help (and perhaps enlighten me as to what the correct terminology should be for this type of transparency)?  Thanks so much!
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