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  1. Recently over the past few months, i have been having issues uploading mesh such as: (1)Even though the mesh is one piece in blender, when I upload it comes in multiple pieces and (2) faces not performing properly, some reverting back to a basic white or default texture when editing another face. Has anyone else had these problems or know of a solution, this is really aggrivating, and i can't seem to find a solution.
  2. Rolig Loon wrote: The problems you are having are problems with logic, and only incidentally with syntax. At this point, it's smartest to step back and look at your original script -- before you started adding things to it. If you must use a borrowed script instead of writing one for yourself, never start modifying it until you understand what it does. Otherwise, you'll just create a mess. So, work through the original script line by line. Ask yourself what will happen when someone touches it. What things happen, and it what logical order? What are all of the various bits in each event meant to do? What would happen if they were not there? When you have all of that figured out, test it. Try changing a few things at a time to see whether you understood correctly. If you did, then get bolder and start making more substantial changes. But always be prepared to back up, rip out your changes, and try again from the last stage when you had a working script. That's the way scripting is done, by keeping the logic clear in your head at all times. BTW, I see that you tried to add the switch that we discussed in your earlier thread. It's not quite there yet, but you're getting close. Apart from logic, which really is the heart of what you need to address, there's good reason to learn some basic syntax. I suggest spending time with some fundamental tutorials >>> http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/LSL_Tutorial I did get the mesh working properlly, I had to go a different route and make a HUD controlled resizer that just made the speaker get bigger and smaller, instead of creating animated mesh. But in terms of this, i will just have to step back for a moment, i have been trying to figure this out for 4 hours strait already.
  3. Freya Mokusei wrote: Hawk Umino wrote: im getting a sytax error on string h Because the Listen event only has four arguments: integer Channel, string Name, key ID and string Message. Check out the Wiki to confirm. Yours has six (below). string h and integer number are not used. You should collect the whole of your listen event together and use message in place of h and number... doesn't seem to be used? listen(integer channel, string name, key id, string h, integer number, string message) Also, intensity (also inside your listen) isn't recognised as a global variable. I've not read the whole script, but you'll have to at least follow Steph's advice as well as mine before you'll be able to get this to even compile. Alright, i will try that. but I used "h" directly underneath the the listen in the "if/else" statement. Unless i wrote that wrong...
  4. steph Arnott wrote: The par you remove has now put the code block out side the event, you need to move it into the listen event Well since I can't have two listen events, how should it be written? Because If i move the first listen event won't it do the same thing?
  5. steph Arnott wrote: You can not have two identical events in the same state. Listen is allready defined. So i combine the first and second listen events into the first: // Color Change per Popup Menuinteger Hud_channel = -180123;list prim_nr = [2,3,4];list vects = [<1,0,0>,<0,1,0>,<1,1,1>,<0,0,0>,<0.5,0.5,0>,<0,0,1>,<1,0.5,0>,<1,1,0>,<1,0.5,0.5>,<0.2,0,0.2>,<0.5,1,1>,<0.2,0.2,0.4>];list cols = ["Red","Green","White","Black","Gold","Blue","Orange","Yellow","Pink","Purple","Sky","Lavender"];float menu;integer channel;integer lst_hdl;default{ state_entry() { llOwnerSay( "Communication channel is set to "+(string) Hud_channel); llListen( Hud_channel, "","",""); } listen(integer channel, string name, key id, string h, integer number, string message) { if(llGetOwnerKey(id) == llGetOwner()) { if(h == "go") { llSetTimerEvent(intensity); } else if(h == "stop") { } } } on_rez(integer num) { llResetScript(); } touch_start(integer num) { key owner = llGetOwner(); if(llDetectedKey(0) == owner) { channel = (integer)llFrand(-9000- 1000); llDialog(owner,"Color Changer",cols,channel); lst_hdl = llListen(channel, "", owner, ""); llSetTimerEvent(15); } } { integer index = llListFindList(cols, (list)message); if(index != -1) { integer count; integer max=llGetListLength(prim_nr); for(count=0;count<max;count++) { vector new_color = llList2Vector(vects,index); llSetLinkPrimitiveParams(llList2Integer(prim_nr,count),[PRIM_COLOR, 0,new_color,1, PRIM_POINT_LIGHT,TRUE,new_color,10,10,0.75]); } //llSetColor(llList2Vector(vects, index),ALL_SIDES); llListenRemove(lst_hdl); llSetTimerEvent(0); } } timer() { llSetTimerEvent(0); llListenRemove(lst_hdl); }} But im getting a sytax error on string h
  6. Im trying to create a new glow that will be HUD controlled. The script already has a menu, but i want it so when I click the button on the HUD, the menu pops up
  7. Currently trying to build a point light emitter that will be controlled via menu that will be activated by a HUD button. So far this is what i have: // Color Change per Popup Menu integer Hud_channel = -180123; list prim_nr = [2,3,4]; list vects = [<1,0,0>,<0,1,0>,<1,1,1>,<0,0,0>,<0.5,0.5,0>,<0,0,1>,<1,0.5,0>,<1,1,0>,<1,0.5,0.5>,<0.2,0,0.2>,<0.5,1,1>,<0.2,0.2,0.4>]; list cols = ["Red","Green","White","Black","Gold","Blue","Orange","Yellow","Pink","Purple","Sky","Lavender"]; float menu; integer channel; integer lst_hdl; default { state_entry() { llOwnerSay( "Communication channel is set to "+(string) Hud_channel); llListen( Hud_channel, "","",""); } listen(integer channel, string name, key id, string h) { if(llGetOwnerKey(id) == llGetOwner()) { if(h == "go") { llSetTimerEvent(intensity); } else if(h == "stop") { } } } on_rez(integer num) { llResetScript(); } touch_start(integer num) { key owner = llGetOwner(); if(llDetectedKey(0) == owner) { channel = (integer)llFrand(-9000- 1000); llDialog(owner,"Color Changer",cols,channel); lst_hdl = llListen(channel, "", owner, ""); llSetTimerEvent(15); } } listen(integer number, string name, key id, string message) { integer index = llListFindList(cols, (list)message); if(index != -1) { integer count; integer max=llGetListLength(prim_nr); for(count=0;count<max;count++) { vector new_color = llList2Vector(vects,index); llSetLinkPrimitiveParams(llList2Integer(prim_nr,count),[PRIM_COLOR, 0,new_color,1, PRIM_POINT_LIGHT,TRUE,new_color,10,10,0.75]); } //llSetColor(llList2Vector(vects, index),ALL_SIDES); llListenRemove(lst_hdl); llSetTimerEvent(0); } } timer() { llSetTimerEvent(0); llListenRemove(lst_hdl); } }
  8. Hi I am trying to apply this to an underglow script for a car, but I keep getting the "error line 2, 20". I tried to follow everything as stated in this topic, but I am surely lost and have missed something. integer light_s = TRUE; list AllColors =[ "<1.0,1.0,1.0>"," <1.0.1.0,0.0>","<0.0,0.0,1.0>"," <0.0,1.0,1.0,>","<0.0,1.0,0.0>"]; vector lightcolor = (vector)llList2String float intensity = 1.0; float radius = 20.0; float falloff = 0.0; float glow = 1.0; switchit() { vector lightcolor = (vector)llList2String(AllColors,(integer)llFrand((float)llGetListLength(AllColors))); float thisglow = 0.0; light_s = !light_s; if (light_s) { thisglow = glow; } llSetPrimitiveParams([ PRIM_POINT_LIGHT, light_s, lightcolor, intensity, radius, falloff, PRIM_FULLBRIGHT, ALL_SIDES, light_s, PRIM_GLOW, ALL_SIDES, thisglow ]); llSetColor(lightcolor, ALL_SIDES); } default { state_entry() { switchit(); llSetTimerEvent(5.0) } timer(); { switchit(); } } I want to attach this to a HUD control, but i just want to make sure i can get it to work first.
  9. ok, like i said, im new at this. How would that be written? I ask this because i have an llListen line near the top of the script. This is the original idea behind this: But animated mesh didn't work some im applying the same thing to a single piece of mesh: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_m1Z6d27QU But im just all confused lol
  10. I have a similar issue to this, but i am a noob at scripting. The goal is to turn the animation of a speaker on and off via HUD command: HUD: integer Hud_channel = -180123; default { touch_start( integer t) { llRegionSay( Hud_channel, "go"); } } Speaker Script: integer Hud_channel = -180123 integer delay = 1; float delay_time = 0.16; float bitrate = 0.2; float counter; vector size; vector startsize; default { state_entry() { startsize = llGetScale(); llSetTimerEvent(bitrate); llOwnerSay( "Communication channel is set to "+(string) Hud_channel); llListen( Hud_channel, "","",""); } touch_start(integer total_number) { llSetScale(startsize); } timer() { size = llGetScale(); counter++; if(counter==1) { llSetScale(<size.x+0.05,size.y+0.05,size.z+0.05>); } else { llSetScale(<size.x-0.05,size.y-0.05,size.z-0.05>); if (counter==2) { counter=0; } } } } I am at an impass here. please help!
  11. This whole thing with the new ToS is understandable, but i Hope it gets better. Does anyone know if even though one may have a premium account will they be able to cash out 40-50k at a time? or do they still have those stypid exchange caps of like 2.5k a week?
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