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Ilyra Chardin

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  1. Interesting. Why bother having that person as a store manager if you don't trust them? I think it's critical that test delivery go to the person that requested it. I guess test delivery could always go to that list of options, but i it is going to be an option, and the person is not allowed to do it, then it should be greyed out so that the store owner isn't inundated with test product deliveries. That's my 2 cents or L$5
  2. When a store manager clicks Test Delivery on a product, the product is sent to the store owner and not the store manager. Test Delivery should go to the person who requested it. Having store manager/s is a wonderful new feature. So incredibly helpful for people who want to collaborate.
  3. I think this is a great new feature. It will really help for people who collaborate on stores / product builds. Thank you
  4. You'll make yourself crazy trying to figure out what other people want. Your Art should come from within you, and if you look at your completed art piece and feel a sense of accomplishment, then you did a really good job. ilyra IC From Within
  5. Note: Photography is art. Posting this as someone asked me in world if they could submit an SL Photo for the contest. The answer is yes - it would be submitted as 2D art.
  6. I am hoping this is the right forum for this post. Sponsoring an Art in the Park contest. Linden dollar prizes will be awarded. Theme: Autumn Harvest Exhibition begins on Sunday, October 5, 2014, with winners announced on October 12. Exhibit closes on October 19, 2014 There is no entry fee Submission deadline: 5 PM SLT on October 3, 2014 Submissions are to one of two categories (2D or 3D); one submission per artist Submit art in-world to ilyra chardin with permissions of no mod/no copy/trans Judging will be done by a panel of five judges (see Art in the Park Judges) Prizes: Prizes will be
  7. I fixed all three stores manually. In Merchant Chat, people are reporting that the fixed items (listed now as General) are not showing up unless you're logged in. So clearly there are still more underlying issues. However, I believe that most people log into MP, and so setting the items back to the proper rating yourself should help. Do this via edit listings. Click on the maturity rating to sort them in order. The Matures will come up on the first page. Adult listings will be on the last page. You can check each item on the page listing, then use the drop down on the bottom - select
  8. You're right, Pam. I checked the JIRA and it's still listed as open. In the Merchants chat, I thought that they had said that it had been fixed, but it could be that i just need more sleep. :matte-motes-yawn:
  9. After the announcement that it has been fixed, i found items in one of my stores (things like candles and chairs) listed as ADULT. In another store, simple cushions and ice cream listed as ADULT. "Way to go LL! You fixed it real good!" <-- in my best Marissa Tormei ala My Cousin Vinny accent.
  10. Perrie Juran wrote: I don't know what is going on here. I just did some testing switching back and forth between my desk top and my lap top. If I changed the setting in one and logged out, then logged in with the other the setting was changed. Tried this going back and forth between the two. So something must be getting saved on the server. (Note: The setting didn't stick unless I actually searched something at the chosen maturity level.) Have you tried using a different browser? Beyond that I'm stuck. I finally had a chance to try it on Chrome and I followed your steps - I set
  11. I actually did reply to everything that i was asked about the browser, etc. The only thing that I have not yet tried to do is to use chrome to see if that yeilds a different result. For the record and, for the last time, the LL response to the original issue that occured a month or so ago (was posted here as well) referenced the VIEWER settings. I'm going to go with what LL said in their ticket reply. Their steps did fix it then, but not this time. When I can, I'll try on Chrome and post back, especially if it does work. Also, someone else mentioned LL internal settings as a possible i
  12. It’s not working for me, Pierre. I'm an adult and have adult verified. This was working fine (since the last incident with it - which was the first time it was broken) until the unscheduled market place maintenance. I am not clear of the connection, only that was an observable event prior to settings not working again. The last (and only other time) that this broke was when I upgraded viewers. Since this was broken anyway, and there was yet another new release - I have again upgraded viewers. That didn't fix the problem nor did the other steps that I took.
  13. Arwen Serpente wrote: Something was broken this morning with the maturity ratings on the MP. I logged on as usual, my settings are always GMA. It had reset them to G. In fact, a couple of my listings had for some unknown reason gone to A and I couldn't view my own listings. After a number of tries to reset the maturity, it finally "stuck" again on GMA. How did you get it to work? I've been trying since the MP unscheduled maintenance to get this fixed, following all the advice from the last time that this occurred. The steps included: setting prefs to G on the viewer, logging out, relo
  14. Freya Mokusei wrote: Contrary to your impression, Maturity is stored in your account online. It's retrieved by your viewer after you log in, and ditto Marketplace. The last time that this occurred, I opened a support ticket (same as I just had to when this occurred again after the MP unscheduled maintenance. In the support ticket response, LL indicated that it was coming from the viewer. Lastly, I have tried repeatedly to reset to GMA on MP and it is not working even after browser cache is repeatedly cleared. I have followed all of the prior steps which included setting my p
  15. Like everyone on SL, I have my account information accessible from and stored on the LL Second Life website. Here we have transactions, friend lists, groups, etc...everything EXCEPT the maturity ratings for content that we want to see in world and on MP. Why is that an issue? Because the connection between the viewer and SL Market Place sometimes gets broken, limiting the content that you are allowed to view (even in your own store) to general content only. This issue is further exacerbated by LL's inconsistent enforcement of the maturity rating system, which forces you to list "Disn
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