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  1. Whoa! First of all, hi Zanna! It's nice to meet you. Secondly, I'm sorry to disappoint you, however, the brief conflict I had with my male neighbor was fairly-peacefully resolved some 2 to 3 months ago! After a tense verbal exchange between the two of us, he finally agreed to take his high walls down. In their place, he first erected some kind of large, old-looking building. This didn't block my view, however. At least not completely. Now, he has a large, empty warehouse-type of a building, which is both shorter and smaller than the old 'opera-house' he had. Since neither building
  2. I was actually about to 'cut down' my initial post, as you suggested, Annabell. But I don't see an edit option to do so. What now? o_o
  3. Hi, Annebell. Sorry for taking a while to get back to you. Thanks for the tip, as well. I've had a little experience with jointly-building and scripting an object with someone else...Two people, in fact. One of them was incredibly-skilled at scripting. And she used to be active within the Builders' Brewery community. I only hope someone will get on board with me on this project. It's based on a lengthy novel series I've been writing, since I was only 7 years young. And I worked really hard on writing, copyrighting, and publishing it. I don't know if this means anything
  4. In the Sky Fighters novella/novel series, many of the characters train in battle and thus, 'advance' to higher Level Stages. At a certain Stage, their bodies grow out wings, which they can use to fly with. As they continue to gradually grow older and stronger, their wings grow larger and more elaborate in time. Naturally, this enables them to fly faster and further than they would be able to, otherwise. These wings are typically white and feathered, similar to the wings of an angel, rather than of a bat. My goal (Just in time for my RL birthday and SL rez-day) is to create a set of wings, whic
  5. In the Sky Fighters novella/novel series, many of the characters train in battle and thus, 'advance' to higher Level Stages. At a certain Stage, their bodies grow out wings, which they can use to fly with. As they continue to gradually grow older and stronger, their wings grow larger and more elaborate in time. Naturally, this enables them to fly faster and further than they would be able to, otherwise. These wings are typically white and feathered, similar to the wings of an angel, rather than of a bat. My goal (Just in time for my RL birthday and SL rez-day) is to create a set of wings, whic
  6. Hi again! I'm sorry for not responding to this topic for a while. But as I am the OP, then I would like to point out in which what @ChinRey said here is correct: This is a but a discussion to determine... 1: Whether people feel better living on the mainland, a private island, a rental-space, or a Linden Home. 2: What would constitute a need to return someone else's property, if it happens to be close to the border of someone else's land and if it's 'getting in the way' of their parcel somehow or not. As a side-note, I generally won't return anything or make any com
  7. I really hate to double-post and I usually don't. But I just have to say this one additional thing, which I forgot to mention earlier. Along with a question: What kinds of prims make up the homes, trees, and other primitives, which are widely available on Bellisseria? Regular? Sculpty? Mesh? The above post I quoted says the continent is uncomplicated. I ask because all the times I've been there, the lag has been so unreal for me, which even something simple as keeping myself logged in there (While on decent graphical settings) has been largely-unsuccessful, to say the least. Has anyone else h
  8. Well, when I read these two posts about Bellisseria, I was actually considering attempting to obtain a parcel on it, until I read this post: "Bellisseria theme homes are snapped up pretty much as soon as they appear. Abandoned land is only ever there for a handful of minutes." ...And this one: "I avoid their damnable covenant, the architecture I cannot stand and having neighbors whose one joy in life is measuring the height of people's trees so they can AR them." <---- Do people on this continent really AR trees if they're even a little taller than usual? And is there actually a covenant go
  9. Ahh, so this is the region you're all referring to. I like the fact it has trees and many gable-roof houses, but I can completely understand how having this one theme be repeated over and over again can quickly become dull and ordinary. I'm sorry to hear about how the Lindens didn't get this new continent right, either. If I were them, I would have included more of a variety of houses of different styles (No flat roofs, though), such as outdoor spiral staircases, homes with stained glass windows, and perhaps tree-houses! Thank you, @Prokofy Neva for pointing all of this out for me and
  10. Oh wow! First of all, I am thoroughly-impressed with all these helpful and friendly replies I've gotten here. @Prokofy Neva I am terribly sorry to hear of the bad experiences you may have had with your neighbors in the past. I try to make my builds as reasonable and lag-free as I can. I also try to reason and reach a fair agreement with him or her or them. I never grief, unless they do so, first. And even then, I never persist. 9 times out of 10, I just block and ban, with a keep calm and carry on mantra. And @SarahThe Wanderer it's to bad you to have had to put up with a nasty neighbo
  11. Hiyo, Marianne! First of all, while browsing this section of the forums, I saw another post from you on a totally different topic. So, please allow me to extend my warmest salutations to you and seasonal holiday wishes as well. I'm so glad to actually meet you here in a thread I've started! 😄 Secondly, please let me point out the fact this guy actually DID remove his wall. Thus, (At least for now) I don't have to worry about seeing it smack-dab in my face every time I log in. Thirdly, because he and I are not angry (Or hangry) at each other, I do hope to have at least a
  12. Hi, everyone! S'mee, Feral Henry again. This is not a rant or anything 'destructive'. I generally detest the idea of posting in forums due to previous unfavorable experiences I've had on them. This time however, I come to all of you with a question (Or two) in regards to what it's like to live on the Mainland in Second Life. I'd also like to share an experience I had with my newest neighbor, which is still somewhat on-going. This had to do with some pretty massive walls which a new neighbor of mine reluctantly agreed to remove after I asked him about doing so or at least making the
  13. Or more specifically... What are the best rocks, minerals, plants, trees, and similar/identical objects, which I can place on my land in Second Life? I already have some natural objects (Including a number of animals), but I'd like rocks, plants, and such which I can change the seasons of, so my lands look more natural. So, please freely send me your Marketplace recommendations...Cheers! EDIT: I already tried to run a search for this, but came up empty, so this is why I'm asking here.
  14. Ironically enough, my windmill is not a gacha item. And yet, it is also no-copy. I went as far as to contact LL and have them attempt a region-restart. Well, this did absolutely no good! So, I tried once again resetting the windmill 'blade' scripts, re-logging, and re-rezzing it...None of which worked. My last repair attempt, as had been suggested by the Linden, was to contact the creator directly. I asked him via NC to see if he could fix the script in my rezzed windmill. Hopefully, he will oblige and not block me in frustration. EDIT: The gacha windmill on the other sim now seems to be fixed
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