Jump to content

newsue

Resident
  • Content Count

    55
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About newsue

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  1. Freya Mokusei wrote: Pelvis is normal. Stomach is rarer but still possible! And the flipping when attaching to a new point can be beaten by rotating the entire object in Edit =] If you're looking for a better fit, try shorter skirts or mesh! I've heard of mesh but what happens if other users don't have a mesh enabled viewer, how would it look. Sue
  2. Pixieplumb Flanagan wrote: If the skirt is sculpted and high waisted it should attach to the right or left pec. Oh, another two options :matte-motes-asleep-2: It is fairly high waisted, flowing style about knee length. Thanks, I'll give it a try. Sue
  3. A few weeks back I posted a question about a problem I had editing a prim skirt. I had accidentally messed up the size and one thing led to another and eventually it was not wearable. Well, following some good tips I used a pose stand and it is almost right BUT, when I start to walk to fit looks poor. Where would the normal body position be for a skirt, pelvis, stomach, right or left hip. I can't just substitute positions as the skirt itself then goes upside down :( Sue
  4. Ariel Vuissent wrote: If I'm not mistaken, you still have the option of choosing three layouts in Firestorm - Phoenix, Hybrid, and V2. I haven't tried the Phoenix layout, so I don't know if it actually looks like Phoenix, but it might be worth a try if the main thing you dislike about Firestorm is the layout. That's a good idea and I will try it at next login, I tried hybrid but was new to Firestorm so didn't really notice a difference. Thanks for suggestion. Sue
  5. Thank you for all the helpful replies. Sorry for the typo in my original message, line 2 should have said Then I found Firestorm and Phoenix. I do find the extra clothing layers allowed in Firestorm useful, I tend to favour Phoenix for the layout but Firestorm for the extra features. What happens if you have extra layers worn in Firestorm and then switch to Phoenix. Sue
  6. I'm fairly new to SL, initially used the Linden Labs viewer but after an update kept giving me error messages when trying to log in. The found Phoenix and Firestorm. What are the prose and cons of each or other viewers, I have heard that some are MESH but I am not quite sure if this is an advantage or not. What are other users views.. Sue
  7. LoveAngeL Lyre wrote: Hello newsue. You changed just the "Avatar's pic". You can change the backround under "Social Connect" tab. For more details, an excellent thread about by Suella below. Have a look: http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Your-Avatar/How-to-create-a-cool-forum-avatar-badge/m-p/707025#M190 Thank you, interesting thread and I shall have a go Sue
  8. Altered my settings to have an image of my avatar but it shows as quite small on my forum posts. It is a lot bigger when I open on screen, shows as 375 × 308 pixels on the properties. Sue
  9. Amethyst Jetaime wrote: If a merchant doesn't respond to your mesage, you can also file a suport ticket for delevery failure and LL will resend it. Thanks for suggestion, they were very helpful but strangely a resend again did not work so LL arranged to be online at the same time as me and then it was successful :womanhappy: Sue
  10. Irene Muni wrote: About open a support ticket, read the Knowledge Base: http://community.secondlife.com/t5/English-Knowledge-Base/How-to-contact-customer-support/ta-p/739385 Thank you, hopefully I'll get a response now. Sue
  11. Amethyst Jetaime wrote: If a merchant doesn't respond to your mesage, you can also file a suport ticket for delevery failure and LL will resend it. Is this done via web or do I have to login to SL, I am on marketplace now and cannot find where to open a support ticket Sue
  12. How does one go about querying a purchase I made from marketplace that has not been received. My account says it has been delivered, I have an email saying login to get it but I cannot find the file name anywhere. I have, on the inventory window entered the first few letters of the supposed file name and nothing shows up :matte-motes-crying: It was on offer via the web page and over double the price instore, mind you, as it stands it is now MUCH DEARER. What do I do now, I have tried to IM the owner but as she is not in my list it just asks for friendship. Sue
  13. Mayalily wrote: newsue wrote: I've been with SL for about 6 weeks now, I've aquired some nice outfits, some free and some purchased but now I'd like to get more specific items but have great difficulty finding items which show up in a search and after I TP to the store. I'm trying to find a denim skirt and some decent tops, can't seem to find the skirt and all the tops appear to be part of an outfit. Or is it very much like real life and one often has to wander aimlessly trying to find something one likes :matte-motes-bashful-cute-2: Sue Oh yes, I've wondered aimlessly in quite a few inworld stores, and it is my least favorite thing to do, also. Marketplace is right here on this main website page. Just point your cursor to shopping (not community) and you will find Marketplace. And yes, you can just type in demin skirt in the Marketplace search bar and there are lots to chose from. Also, click open 'see all categories' and a pricing menu will appear. You can narrow your search in all kinds of ways on Marketplace including how many prims you might be looking for, for an example. Thanks, I haven't knowing used Marketplace and an intended option but have ended up there by accident. I'll give that a try out as soon as I finish these message, GO SHOPPING :matte-motes-oh-rly: Sue
  14. Amethyst Jetaime wrote: To find good shops that don't do the marketplace, check people out. When you see someone that is dressed how you like, check their profile to see if they have shops shown in it. You can also IM them and tell they you like what they are wearing and ask them for recommendations. Most people gladly will share that information if approached the right way. Another way is to click a prim part of clothing you like and 'inspect' it to find out who made it. You can then click through to their profile from the inspection box and most times find their shop in their profile picks with a handy tp right to it. Didn't think of the profile tip, thanks, I'll try that. When you say 'click on the prim of the clothing I like' I assume you are suggesting I click on the other persons clothing, does that not effect them if I do that. Sue
  15. I've been with SL for about 6 weeks now, I've aquired some nice outfits, some free and some purchased but now I'd like to get more specific items but have great difficulty finding items which show up in a search and after I TP to the store. I'm trying to find a denim skirt and some decent tops, can't seem to find the skirt and all the tops appear to be part of an outfit. Or is it very much like real life and one often has to wander aimlessly trying to find something one likes :matte-motes-bashful-cute-2: Sue
×
×
  • Create New...