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  1. My homestead region has been offline for at least 24 hours. I'm not sure what's going on, but I just contacted the landlady and filed a support ticket with SL.
  2. Qie Niangao wrote: President-elect P*ssy-Grabber slobbered that he'd date a 10 year old in ten years, and he's appointing a jackbooted thug to Justice, so it could be dangerous for citizens to complain about pedophiles, post-inauguration. __________________________________________________________________ I'll keep that in mind. I already have several strikes against me should the jackboots begin to march in earnest; insanity, the artistic temperment, and a fine liberal arts education. Might as well add pedophile-intolerance to the mix. (Oh, and lets not forget those anarchistic, revolutio
  3. A pedo moved into the m-rated residential estate I rent a parcel on several months ago. First thing he did was set up a little pink house in the sky for his seemingly 7 year old GF, complete with a transparent floor, sex-animated baby toys clearly visible. (I can only assume exhibitionism ranks among his kinks). I was curious about the SL pedo phenomenon, so I looked. Sorry if that offends anyone. (Not really). I've watched the pedo go through at least 3 child avatar GFs since then. He no longer rents a parcel on the estate, (at least in his pedo form), but he's always there with one child
  4. Chic: I tried stacking 60 meter high megaprims with a new 1024 texture and it seems to be helping. I haven't got the new textures perfected yet, but I think it will work. Maybe. Fingers crossed. I'm going to go on a search for some of your surrounds and see how they look on my computer. I hope you don't mind.
  5. I've read about texture thrashing, have experienced it in other places, and attempted to avoid in in several ways: 1) I use almost no 1024 textures on the sim. The only one I can even think of right now is the sim surround. 2) I used three 512 textures for the ground; the ground "sandstone" texture on the high elevations I also applied to most of the mesh, sculpt, and prim rocks, pillars, walls, etc.. (I also added a couple of other 512 textures, but you can get the drift.) 3) I don't see how it could possibly be texture heavy sim, at all, since there are few objects and it's fairly empty.
  6. What I do is make a new sub-folder with a new name for each edited object. It's a workaround, but at least I can usually tell which is which.
  7. Thanks, I got you. (Actually, 1024 pixels is 1024 pixels regardless of the resolution, it was just something to try.) Because I can't make mountains and sky tileable, I'm thinking I need to use sections, or stack one 64meter tall megaprim on top of another until I reach the height I need, with a plain sky on the upper boxes. I have several fish to fry, so I may just have to put up with it for the moment. There's always something that needs fixing, isn't there?
  8. Thanks again, I'll go check it out. Meanwhile, I have 2 months to either resign myself to being simless, or come up with a game plan. It's all good.
  9. Thanks for not telling me to go piss up a rope. I truly appreciate it. I have a few ideas in mind, yes, and honestly, if I had the cash I'd shell it out without balking. I just want to build. Renting was precisely what I had in mind, as well as selling my own stuff. Not because I'm a cheaspskate, (or unemployed), but because I can't afford even the bargain basement price of $125/month to rent a sim and I really, really, really want to keep working on the one I'm working on. For a long time. Until I'm finished would be nice.
  10. Amethyst Jetaime wrote: You won't get that kind of idea here. If I had one, I'd do it myself and not tell you. :smileywink: Because Second life is a zero sum game? OK, well, It wasn't really a waste of time asking here. I certainly got the general consensus; discouragement seems to be the order of the day. Could this be part of the reason people have deserted the grid in droves, maybe? If I do manage to build my build, I'll make sure not to tell anyone. I'm under no illusion that I possess any special genius, in particular when it comes to marketing. I am, however, a working art
  11. Something else just occured to me; I've been saving my textures (512px/sq and 1024px/sq) at 72 pixels per inch. I wonder if that has anything to do with it? I'm still stuck in old school, and that was the resolution we always used. I have no idea if everyone's doing it differently these days, maybe. 100 px/inch, possibly ------------------------------------------------------------- Update: the new 512px upload was terrible. I tried re-uploading the 1024 px texture, and had slight, and I mean slight, improvement. The texture is still blurry, but at least the artifacts are gone. Changing the
  12. Yes, I am considering making the move to another grid. But I'm still not convinced that a Second Lifer has to resign themselves to paying $125 every month out of their own pocket in order to create a sim for others to use. Is there anyone reading who has actually tried to do what I'm asking about, and succeeded, or failed? I have very good reasons for wanting a full sim, not the least of which is the ability to control the land textures. I want the space. I need it to build what I'm building. There's also lag to consider, a big issue with me. A skybox, or my little island, just isn't going
  13. Yes, that would be one idea. I was also thinking about something along the lines of renting it (the sim) out by the hour.
  14. I wasn't thinking of limiting potential income to donations. Surely there must be other ways to make a sim pay for itself, without filling it with hair stores, preferably. I'd love to hear from anyone who has had any success at this sort of venture. Or even lack of success.
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