Jump to content

Malestorm1488303118

Resident
  • Content Count

    60
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

2 Neutral

1 Follower

About Malestorm1488303118

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Shortness of Script is not my priority... rather the Naturalness of the start and stop of rotation is the most important thing. I would tend not to use llSetKeyframedMotion, because this would simulate a single spin of the wheel and all spins would be the same. Rather I would like to base the initial speed of the rotation on the impulse applied to the wheel, and from there have a natural deacceleraton.
  2. OK so I can make a wheel slow gradually using a timer to slow the rotation but this does not really appear natural. It seems that with with physics, one could probably write a script showing a naturally slowing wheel (after it is initially spun) that slows down naturally, with very few script statements. Do any of our rotation experts know how to do this?
  3. Thanks Rolig - The discussion you pointed me to is quite worthwhile...
  4. I tried using LLSensor but it seems to exclude objects attached to an avatar. I then tried to script an object that I wore, hoping to navigate the attached objects in the avatars linkset, but that does not work either. I just want to be able to generate a script report showing the scripted items and their script stats. I get lots of people coming onto my sim wearing a ridiculous number of scripts an then they think I am the bad guy for asking them to shed them. Most don't even understand that those old resizer scripts in their boots are active and chewing up memory. So I need a simple tool that they can sit on or wear that will let them know what things they are wearing and their processing impact.
  5. ORACUL -- has some very unique AO's that are extremely well priced. A great value.
  6. Hi, I have been working with llTransferLindenDollars a lot lately. My experience is there are very few reasons why the transfer will fail, once you have the Transaction ID, because if the SL payment server is up and running fine enough to give you the Transaction ID, it will complete the payment. The most common reason why the payment would not becompleted is that the DEBIT PERMISSION was not granted or there is not enough money in the owner's account. So your logic in transaction_result does not make too much sense. If the transaction fails once, chances are it will just fail again and again.. You are just setting up an endless loop. Instead, send a message out to the owner of the script or anyone else who can fix the cause of the problem.
  7. Hi -- I have HTTP Communication working nicely between my scripts and my server, using PHP. However, I now have a sigle script HTTP request that results in a lot of data coming back from the server. >>> Is the any way my one script request can result in multiple server responses, so that the data from each response is recieved in separate http_response events , or even by separate scripts? Currently when I try send out separate responses from my PHP program, my script is getting all the data packed together, in one http_response event, even though it is sent using separate RETURN statements of different php functions. Many thanks for considering this question in advance.
  8. Hello... I have board that displays a timer which slides from all green to all red over the course of 15 seconds. If the user makes a selection within the 15 seconds the the timer is reset to all green so that they may make another selection. This continues until the user presses a button to indicate that he is finished. The problem is that even though the statement is getting executed to reset the timer, the timer animation does not always reset but just continues as if the script commands to stop animation and restart annimation were not issued. Here is a small funcion I use to start or stop the timer. // FUNCTION SET TIMER setTimer(integer timer_start) { // Timer_Start is a logical if (timer_start) { llSetLinkTextureAnim (linkTimer,ANIM_ON | SMOOTH, ONE, 2, 1, 0.0, 2.0, .066); llSetTimerEvent(TIMEOUT_SELECTION); } else { llSetTimerEvent(STOP_TIMER); llSetLinkTextureAnim(linkTimer, FALSE, ONE, ZERO, ZERO, ZERO_FLOAT, ZERO_FLOAT, UNIT_FLOAT); } So in my script I setTimer( TRUE) at the beginning of a selection then if a selection is made I setTimer (FALSE) to reset the clock and reposition the texture to the beginning, then setTimer(TRUE) to restart the clock and the animation. If I don't reset the texture before restarting the animation, then the animation NEVER restarts. Usually the function works, but does not very occationally. Of course, even very occationally is a problem. Does anyone have any suggestion on how I could get the texture animation to work consistently??? Many thanks for your thoughtful consideration of this problem.
  9. Hi ... Thank you both for the information. The Google API enables you to make HTTP calls from various languages like PHP to gather / populate data to / from the various Google apps. So I was hoping that maybe someone has tried it. If you have done it, then I would appreciate an example. If I come up with success myself, I will add it to the wiki. Thanks
  10. Hello, I would like to be able to add and retrieve events on my Google calendar from SL, and possible access other google apps too. Does anyone have a working example of the LSL HTTP request one would make to the Google API to integrate with Google Calendar? I have set up my calendar, registered my applicaton with google, generated the API key, but still don't seem to be able to correctly connect to the google calendar app.
  11. By chance I discovered that after I successfully execute a llRequestURL, any script in any object owned by any AV in that sim can issue HTTP Requests against the server. This seems to open up all sort of security issues. My question is, is this feature working as intended? I have read through all the messages in this forum concerning securing HTTP Requests, but was wondering which approach to securing HTTP requests gives the best results for the effort?
  12. The LUCKY COQ Gaming Club is the currently lucky for host to work 2 hour shifts at least 4 times per week, especially for shifts 10am - 4 pm and 10pm - 2 am. The Lucky Coq is one of the newest and fastest growing gaming clubs in SL. We have a well established greedy clientele and host a GNG Tournament table. We are on our own Adult Rated sim, and we often get somewhat bawdy crowds, but our customers are also extremely friendly and generous. We are open to customers of all types, gay and gay friendly. Hosts at the LC recieve 100% of their tips, a fixed commission on sales, and occasional bonus. We work with host opening up new shifts to make thier effort worth their while. We are known for having quite entertaining and friendly hosts. If interested, please contact myself or MrLuckyDick inworld.
  13. Rolig, I had one follow up question. you said, BTW, if you have that many links to keep track of, don't do it with link numbers. Name your links and address them by name in your script. That way you don't have to mess with numbers in your scripts if you relink your object. So in the past, I have a fixed formula for where a specific link should be in each group of prims. I could set an attribute of a specific prim from my root prim using a setlinkedprimitiveparamfast using the formula ( initial-link-offset + ((#number of widget unit - 1) * number of prims in each widget unit ) + widget-offset-in-each-unit. No that the linkset seems to be renumbering itself with it is edited, this fixed formula just does not work anymore. How would you suggest that I now address prims by name in the script, since one cannot use a prim name in a setlinkedprimitiveparamfast. The only way I can figure out a way is that when the linkset is initializing, each prim sends out a message to the root identifying its unit group number (in the prim name) and its own link number. The root prim can then recieved the messages and save the messages for future use. (In my situation, the main prim of each group with also have to know the linknums of its constiuants.) The negative of using this approach is that I will have to add scripts into each prim (if each prim does not already have one). Is there a simpler way to address links by name?
×
×
  • Create New...