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  1. Yes! The full sim size megas! I forgot about those too! Good memories!
  2. Please do, Miss Emma! Loved your post!
  3. No, no, Tarina! You are welcome to reply! 😁 And I'm happy you did! OMG, I forgot about the torches!
  4. my avatar was born in SL. I got to type in my first name, and then choose from a list of last names, to complete my avatar name. I chose Hancroft, because it was a "normal" sounding last name. Back then, once rezzed, new residents found themselves on Orientation Island. There were stations they would go to, to learn how to fly, how to change clothes, and other main functions they would use inworld. The largest size prim one could create was 10m X 10m. There were megaprims a person could get at "Builders Brewery" (or websites devoted to delivering mega's to avatars inworld) that were larg
  5. EJ, you have to turn off the RLV before you can remove the collar if it's locked. I'm assuming you're using the Firestorm Viewer. At the top of your screen, click Advanced. Scroll down to "RestrainedLove API" and uncheck it. Relog. The RLV will be off then and you can detatch the collar. Before you do though, click the collar and see if you get a menu. If you do, click "Owners," find the person you want to remove, click their name, and select "Remove." You can also click "Run away" to get rid of them, but know that they will get a message from OC informing them that you "ran away."
  6. When I joined SL in 2008, we got to choose from a list of last names when we created our accounts. In that list were a few "gimmick" names which I had no interest in. So, I chose Hancroft because it was the "normalest" name in the list at the time. Since those names appeared for only a short time and never again, anytime I see another Hancroft in my SL travels, I always IM them and say "Hello, Cousin!" Of course I've gotten some strange looks and responses along the lines of; "And who are you?" LOL!
  7. Back in 2016, and on this thread, I stated that I would not go with a mesh body, and was perfectly happy with my legacy avatar. In the two years since, I have changed to the Aesthetic male mesh avatar, got tired of that (even though I spent thousands on clothes for it), and finally went with the Signature Gianni body and the Catwa Daniel head. I have tried several skins and once I found Birth, that's where I've stayed. So yes, I have moved into the mesh avatar, and I'm very happy with how I look now! I've spent a lot of money to get my avatar right, but it's very satisfying once you do! I
  8. Rolig is right, Clancy. You may not use any copyrighted image (logo, character, etc.) in any of your uploaded textures. She is also right that Disney is one of the most strict companies with their images, and you will get a DMCA from them faster than you can say "Jack Robinson." Make your own textures.
  9. Rhys Goode wrote: I hate to tell you Zenrei. But if you *need* to use the collar to have your sub dress as you wish, and when you wish, they are not really your sub at all. *laughs* I just prefer to dress or undress them myself as I want. Yes, I could order them to put on or take off what I want them to wear or not wear. But if they have no say in the matter, the Dom aspect is reinforced.
  10. I have had a legacy avatar since I was born in SL in 2008. There are many reasons. I have spent literally hundreds of dollars over the years on clothing and accessories for my avatar, and I am loathe to give them all up. Secondly, I have also looked into the mesh avatars and they are all exceedingly expensive! TMP avatars are over L$13,000 to get the full package!! That's over $50,00USD! Not everybody can afford that or wants to spend that much on their avatar all at once. I don't want to spend that much. Thirdly, and since I am in the D/s scene, the alpha layers and mesh attachments a
  11. Tari Landar wrote: I have gone around inworld wearing some of the most ridiculous things I have ever seen...I have no regrets But then...I don't much care what others think about what I wear, so there's that. As for wearing a medical device of some sort out in public, I see nothing wrong with that. I've gotten a lot of flack for my kid wearing her medical devices, at varying times throughout her still somewhat young life, from others. It annoyed me, frustrated me, angered me, and saddened me, at one time. Now, I just laugh at folks who point, stare, make fun, and think they get to decide
  12. I am constantly amazed at how people leave the house and present themselves in public nowadays in the real world. Some can't even be bothered to shower and wash their hair! And so as I travel around this wonderful world of Second Life, I am even MORE astounded at those who just attach something and have no care whether it's right or not. I'll give you an example: Today, I went to one of my normal hangouts, and there was this dude there who was a complete wreck. He was wearing a pair of glasses, and the left side of those glasses were tilted up into his forehead. His prim chest hair was h
  13. Howdy, Miss Chic! Yeah, I was thinkin legacy avatars. I didn't even think about mesh bodies and hands. Okay...time to think this through some more. Ha! Thank you for your efforts!
  14. You need a rotate script inside the sign prim, Iliana. I think I might have one I can send you. I'll be inworld shortly and check.
  15. I'm building an item that, in the end, will need to be held in the hand, and so I'm looking for a way to close the avatar hand around it when it is attached. I've searched the marketplace for a holding animation with no luck. It seems like I've seen other attachments close the hand when they were attached, so I know it's possible...I just need to learn how. Anybody have any suggestions? :-)
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