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  1. @Rabid Cheetah I have been very kind in my responses given the "Mean Girls" attitude that you and your buddies seem to want to dish out in this post. Honestly, I don't need you or their help if that is what comes of it aside form the fact that not one of you have mentioned anything that I hadn't already done or considered. You gals need to really move along since at this point, all you are doing is gaslighting, trolling (yes, trolling) and otherwise instigating trash talk and poor behavior. Plenty of folks have been able to offer up commentary or opinion without coming off as rude,
  2. Thanks for your relevant post - To clarify this because at some point, all of the information was twisted, misread or misrepresented. I have a small parcel that has water access on one side to a Region that is completely owned by LL. Another side has complete access to a Route. The third side is my parcel. That one water side is very small and it's intent is for easy access to the LL regions that are public water use. The area that my neighbor has denoted as their "water landing strip" for their parcel, is in fact, on Linden owned land. 100%. It is very easy to see the designa
  3. And the hits keep coming. Honestly, you guys are just burying the thread in nothing worth mentioning at this point. There really is no reason to respond unless you are kind and/or attempting to be helpful. Helpful does not mean to perpetuate what has already been stated. And hence why I generally do not post in these forums.
  4. So why do you keep posting? Literally you have no purpose in this thread any longer. Perhaps you should spend your 17,585th post on another thread because this is trolling.
  5. People who offer advice, then incessantly respond with no purpose other than to be argumentative, antagonistic, or perpetuate their idea instead of posting and moving along, are in fact, trolls my dear. I was looking for info - a few offered, cool, it doesn't mean other people's potential commentary doesn't have value and yours is the only one that does. Post what you have to say, then head out, no need to keep up the diatribe. Public or not, there's a level of decorum that's expected.
  6. @Prokofy NevaThanks for that - very on point. @Sylvia Tamalyn Please refrain - at this point, I think you are simply trolling. You obviously have missed my intent and point. Honestly, unless you have something more positive to lend to this post, please find some other posts to troll. Thanks for the info.
  7. Yep, kept an eye on the ticket, assuming he would respond, but nothing yet. Sylvia - I read what you offered as suggestions - now, I am looking to hear from folks who have shared the experience, and how they resolved it. Thanks again for your persistent participation and opinions. Still looking for folks with an actual shared experience. Thanks!
  8. This isn't a minor encroachment. This is blatant. My point wasn't about anyone making exceptions, quite the opposite. If items are placed purposely onto a public space to attempt to designate it as their own use or purpose - that's my issue. Placing an item slightly between your parcel and a road? I do not see an issue - its not like anyone else is going to use that transitional space. Thanks for the input but i think the point of this post has been buried. If I could get through to someone that owns the space, I wouldn't post here - that's part and partial of the issue. I just
  9. Also - it shouldn't be about who pays more in tier - it should be about following rules. Its pretty simple stuff and makes for everybody enjoying their virtual space.
  10. I filed two tickets online as well as Inworld Reports, twice. So yes, I did, that was why I posted here, to see if others had any success with the same type of issue and did they get a resolve. Guy Linden was there specifically for my ticket - he was target hitting a few of those items and is the one assigned to my ticket. To make it clear, I was only posting here to see if anyone A) Had any of the same issues - and if so - B) What was the resolve? I can pretty much figure out the rest myself. Thanks for the input!
  11. The items are definitely on Linden Land - Guy Linden did a fly over and when I messaged him since I was still there, he said nothing in reply. The whole reason we purchased that plot was for the road and water access at the same time. I spent $200 USD just to snag that tiniest 100 prim section that I could sit a boat or waverunner in and then head out to open sea. My tiny, tiny piece is directly against Linden Land - we chose that so that NO ONE could impose on our ability to access the huge Linden water way. Yet, these folks next to us, use that space like its their personal airstrip wit
  12. How many of you have had issues with neighbors who place their items outside of their parcel as if trying to utilize Linden Labs Public Space as their own personal play spot? Example - I purchased a Route and Water access parcel on Mainland - paid a pretty penny for it too - then someone moved in next door who is an aviation group - and a boating group across the street. Both tenants have placed items such as landing lights, racing circuit items and otherwise in the Public Use areas - and it not only just looks bad - but its also just a pain to think at any time I am leaving from my water
  13. I literally just researched all of this today but for a much different reason! Had to solve an age old SL mystery. I would say best bet - decide on where you want your image to go in SL (profile pic, marketplace store, classifieds, etc) - basically where are you going to use it? Once you know, then look up via that Second Life Wiki he gave you, to see what the Aspect Ratio is for the place you want to put it (profile pics are 4:3 ratios). Create the base file in Photoshop or Gimp - whatever you have - using the aspect ratio of choice. Make sure the largest side is no more than
  14. Definitely another person to say just use the lens zoom in and out (Ctrl + 0 to zoom in, Ctrl + 8 to zoom out, Ctrl + 9 for back to homebase). One thing to remember though, using the Ctrl + choices, operates like a zoom lens in real life. The more you zoom in, the more compressed the image planes become. The effect this gives, is that anything in the background, is much bigger than it would look at a 50mm lens (homebase). And when zoomed out, items in the distance end up appearing slightly smaller than usual. Plus, the wider an angle (zooming out) means that there is more distortion radia
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