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  1. I just put here that I had fun and just want to wish everybody all the best and hope you have a happy life and will be all good for you and your families k then bye (:
  2. Tari Landar wrote: 16 wrote: Phil Deakins wrote: Users of the site don't have any vested interest at all in the site. Apart from those things, it's self-evident that what a website owner does with the site is nobody's business but his/hers/its. yes we do. when we log into the site on our account then what we do is shown to a 3rd party. why this is of interest to us is that it changes the longstanding understanding of the linden policy. that they will not share our information with others without our permission it is ok for linden to change this policy. and it is of interest to us. and people can express their views. whether that is: I like. I hate it. I don't care people complain about things they don't like. whine. yell. scream. is ok to do this and to say that its wrong. like wrong for them/me/whoever. and to whine that is somehow going to make the planet fall into the sun even don't need a rational reason to dislike, love or hate even. is emotional this. we not machines. so is ok to get upset about whatever vent and mouth off. at the policy change 16, I think you, and quite a few others, need to actually read the TOS. I'm not saying that to be a smartass, but it's actually spelled out very specifically what they can, can't and will and will not do, with regard to third parties. https://secondlife.com/corporate/privacy.php?lang=en-US#privacy3 It's near the bottom Third Party Advertisements Linden Lab participates in ad and/or affiliate networks operated by various third party companies. These companies collect and may use certain anonymous information about your visits to our Websites as a function of referring Internet traffic to our Websites. We do not permit these companies to collect any personal information about you, such as your name, address, or email address; however, we do permit these companies to collect your IP address. These companies may set and use cookies, web beacons, pixels, or other technologies to collect anonymous information about your visits to our Websites, and may otherwise aggregate, analyze and anonymize that data. If you seek information about these specialized advertising technologies, the Network Advertising Initiative offers useful information about Internet advertising companies (also called "ad networks" or "network advertisers"), including information about how to opt-out of their information collection. ETA: The last known revision of this privacy policy... Date of last revision: October 11, 2011 So this is far from new. accepted. thanks. I stop whining now is quite clear. the policy says accept it or don't use the service. so thats it. oh! well
  3. Phil Deakins wrote: Users of the site don't have any vested interest at all in the site. Apart from those things, it's self-evident that what a website owner does with the site is nobody's business but his/hers/its. yes we do. when we log into the site on our account then what we do is shown to a 3rd party. why this is of interest to us is that it changes the longstanding understanding of the linden policy. that they will not share our information with others without our permission it is ok for linden to change this policy. and it is of interest to us. and people can express their views. whether that is: I like. I hate it. I don't care people complain about things they don't like. whine. yell. scream. is ok to do this and to say that its wrong. like wrong for them/me/whoever. and to whine that is somehow going to make the planet fall into the sun even don't need a rational reason to dislike, love or hate even. is emotional this. we not machines. so is ok to get upset about whatever vent and mouth off. at the policy change
  4. I was just chatting with Grandpa Linden. some people say he is a madeup person. but is true. like almost anyways he said was his cunning plan. like he get brought out of the Home for Old Age Retired Lindens to rescue the whole world. he said is his the cunning plan. that nobody is buying islands anymore and paying tiers. so he going to put teach them. them like us. am going to spam them to death. he said and they will go nuuuuu!!! and go rushing back and buy some islands and pay tiers again like they suppose to I say that I don't think anyone gunna get sucked in by that cunning plan. and he say wrooonnngg!!! bc last month we not lost any sims. we actual get like 31 more than we had the month before I went ooowaaahhh! and he went thats right !!! can double that ooowahhh!!! and put a tail on it and call it a ferret I say wut !!! and he say that as well. I say what as well??? and he say don't be cute. you know what I mean. and I say no I don't. and he say if I not shut up he gunna mute me. and I say go on then. and he did so i came on here to whine about it. like the muting part. is not fair that. bc he is batty (:
  5. can make an attachment that you wear on your back. say a box (but can be any shape) make it alpha so is invisible but you can click on it easy in the box put a ball that is physical. texture it how you want. can put a script in the ball to add effects to the ball like Rolig says. is optional that to start with but you probably will later on + is a soccer ball i think you want. to be able to dribble it and stay on the ball ok when click the box then script rezz the ball the script then puts a follower on the ball. llMoveToTarget. so your avatar run into the ball. the ball being physcial will move bc has been bumped by you. your avatar then move to the ball. bump again and so on + ok. next. bc thats not much fun bc you got no control over where the ball goes.and no control over your avatar either so. in the script you llTakeControls so can start/stop the follower when press PgDn then it toggle the follower to On/off if Off then you can move normal and stop moving to the ball. if On then avatar go to the ball and bump it. if press any other key while is On then it pause the follower and your avatar can move normal. so can run round the ball and then release the keys. avatar will then move to the ball and bump it from new direction + next part is to be able to long kick the ball. like a 4 or 5 meter kick. say from the penalty spot. ok in TakeControls when press PgUp then it apply some impulse to your avatar. llApplyImpulse. if you facing the ball then your avatar will bump the ball with more force bumping it harder.making it go further if switch to Run mode then you can move faster. and dribble the ball faster + the secret is the follower. llMove2Target. it helps you stay on the ball when get good at it then can go into Run mode. and just use left right arrows to steer and use down arrow to brake a bit into the turns. kinda like a stutter step. and can slam it with PgUp every now and again to make more faster dribbling + can add effects to yourself. as was mention by others. can make/get a kicking animation that plays when press Pgup key + edit add: just for anyone making a trick ball for a easy to play way where just want to run round and kick it yourself. and use llMoveToTarget when follow is On then before MoveToTarget while fire have the script check for avatar orientation. only fire the moveToTarget when avatar is facing the ball close enough. it can look a bit funny otherwise bc your avatar will move sideways into the ball if don't have a animation for it
  6. the CHUI is in expanded mode by default so that you can see all the new options. is quite a lot of them. multi-conversations invites and history logging of all chats and IMs. etc to hide all the new options then collapse the CHUI by press the buttons marked in red in the pic below. will be like the old way when do this. IMs and groups in 1 window. nearby chatbar and onscreen scroll
  7. Kelli May wrote: All coffee-makers should be simple... because they often have to be operated by someone who hasn't had any coffee yet that day. I got a pretty simple one jar + teaspoon + cup + milk + 2 sugars + add hot water. done in a instant sometimes 3 sugars but only when I deserve it. which is quite often (: + edit: now that I write it I think is more a cup of hot melted sugar with coffee sprinkles on it (:
  8. Phil Deakins wrote: So now that's 2 of my argumentative posts that you've corrected me on. You are intentionally preventing me from getting into an argument, and that's really mean q; (: can argue about the merits of freeview network TV based on the adverts model vs pay-per-view TV if you like. is lots of parallels with the interwebz revenue models is also parallels with freelisten radio with adverts vs subscription channels each have its place. but network TV and freelisten radio are a mature product. meaning they not a growth area overall in terms of future revenues + can also discuss what the longterm future might be for the amateur/indie blogger/content provider as what is happening with browsers re content blocking takes hold Microsoft switching IE10 from default optout to default optin for web wide advertising going to have a longterm impact on the interwebz freeview advertisng funded model I think how serious that impact is going to be am not sure
  9. Phil Deakins wrote: 16 wrote: I address this point direct if want to generate income from your web works then put a price on it and sell it. let it stand on its own merits put a paywall on your website 1) login page. sign in to agree to ToS. pay money to consume 2) frontpage click to agree to ToS and continue. ToS include provision for your info to be passed to 3rd party advertisers while on our site I completely disagree with you on this. Websites cost very little to run. If you can make your own site, then there's only the ongoing hosting to pay for. Most websites are small hobby types which virtually nobody would pay anything to. Affiliate advertising can pay the costs of those sites, making the hobby cost nothing. Brilliant! Large sites can make a lot of money from affiliate ads. If they charged users to view parts of their sites, the users wouldn't pay anything like the amount that is made from affiliate ads. So your suggestion doesn't make sound economic sense for websites in general. I said can make a paywall bc David said was insulting to browse content makers websites without paying for it. cutting off their income by blocking ads on their sites is how he said it if content makers are that insulted then is other options they can take. like a paywall
  10. Phil Deakins wrote: 16 wrote: in Microsofts case with IE10. blocking is now turned on by default I don't think it is. I recently got IE10 in my updates and it definitely wasn't turned on by default. In fact, I didn't know it was included until I started searching on "ad blocker" as a result of a discussion in this forum. yes is. it just not very intuitive to know this loading a 3rd party Tracking Protection List is an option. which is what most people do. but when you first install 1E10 and go to Tracking Protection then is only: Your Personalised List which is enabled. in IE9 this was disabled bc is a new install then is not blocking any website content to start with. but bc is enabled it starts building a list of websites content that is potentially tracking you. when the content reach the threshold then the browser will start automatic blocking them the threshold by default is 30 different websites is this that upset the advertiser companies when they found out Microsoft had changed IE10 to Enabled by default + if double click Your Personalised List then you see something like this in the pic is set to the default max 30. which means the content in the right column owned by the provider in the left column has shown up on 30 different websites and is now Automatically Blocked everywhere if set to a lower number say like 10 websites then will automatically block after 10 and so on can also set Allow/Block manually as you like once a website content shows up on the list + edit add: basically IE10 automatic blocks once it reach the threshold and then you optin to Allow itto continue. this a fundamental change to how browsers used to work. is now optin to excessive web wide advertising from the same content/provider. not opt out. which is how it was before can also optin everywhere to advertising by disable Your Personal List and not load any 3rd party lists + edit add more just to complete when a content is blocked on a webpage the blue block icon is enabled on the url address bar. can then click on it if you want and it will allow the blocked content thru
  11. Ivo Takacs edited what he wrote to: something else now so I do same and edit my own in same spirit (:
  12. Maryanne Solo wrote: Theresa Tennyson wrote: (Theresa Tennyson rolls her eyes, as do her alts, who all have last names that were picked by their typist rather than a cat walking on a dictionary.) All 3 Solo sisters, yes that's right all three, roll their eyes in unison with the Tennysons for no particular reason other than that they can. all us from the Resident Family Mob giggle with you. we are breeding faster than cats. faster than mice even (:
  13. Perrie Juran wrote: 16 wrote: Perrie Juran wrote: . this be a really good place to put custom views. can add a Save As button to the bottom. right click to delete. and like Coby wants then can save the whole UI as well in the saved view What would really jack my daw would be if LL added that functionality and still left the element un-resizeable. yes lol NoIdea Linden maybe strike again (: + i quite like the way the minimap is done. skinny dialog. no wasted space. i also like the way Firestorm makes dialogs skinny style. by trim the borders space and put the buttons in the window title/grab bar if linden could make a skinny and fat UI option in Preferences then that be pretty good i would defo choose the skinny option for myself. other people maybe would like the fat option. like people who cant see very well and need bigger buttons to see/find. and infirm people who need a bigger button area to click on so if can have as a option then everybody happy
  14. Perrie Juran wrote: 16 wrote: customers also have the ability to participate in development of SL. like can dl the beta viewers and have a go on them. if want changes to it then can file a change request jira lots of customers participate in the CHUI beta. lots more didn't but them that did got lots of changes made that suit them. like me and quite a few others wanted to ensure that the Nearby Chat bar was preserved. so can still haveon screen chat scrolling. at a early stage in the development it looked like NoIdea Linden was thinking of taking this out so customers who wanted this preserved made their case thru the jira. so NoIdea Linden get overruled by ListenToTheCustomers Linden I sometimes marvel how ListenToTheCustomer Linden manages to keep her job. Especially since she answers to DoesNotHaveASecondLife Linden. It's great that the CHUI JIRA is still open and we can still comment and make suggestions. Down side though is the further into development they get, the greater chance of a domino effect being caused by changes. With CHUI going live I think we may be at the "speak now or forever hold your peace" stage of the wedding ceremony. is a shotgun wedding can be quite hard to negotiate the bride price when is a shotgun in your face. is doable tho. just have to smile a lot and waggle your head up and down (:
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